It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost a year since November 8th, 2016. Like so many others, I was blindsided by the results of the election that night and deeply upset by the idea that my country would elect to it highest office a person with no record of public service or even public concern, and someone who stood squarely against everything I value.
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As people across the country have searched for ways to channel their political energy, many have targeted their philanthropic efforts to meet their political goals. In this capacity, the world of the political and the world of the philanthropic converge, especially as new ways to give become increasingly popular and accessible.
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