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Nov. 17, 2017 10:51 am

Penn’s 2018 High Impact Giving Guide is here

The latest edition of the Center for High Impact Philanthropy's annual guide focuses on poverty, education and health.

YouthBuild Philly students installing SageGlass in their classroom.

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With the Center for High Impact Philanthropy’s (CHIP) 10th anniversary comes the latest edition of its annual giving guide.

Penn’s charity think tank aims to help donors make more informed choices about their monetary donations. This year’s High Impact Giving Guide is arranged according to focus area — health, poverty and education — plus an updated section on disaster philanthropy (as relevant as ever, with 2017’s seemingly constant string of hurricanes and other natural disasters).

Three national nonprofits with Philly outposts made the cut for inclusion this year: Year Up, YouthBuild Philadelphia and Center for Employment Opportunities. Each get a shoutout for “redefining the life trajectories of America’s impoverished young adults” and are featured in recent New York Times story about the giving guide.

See the guide

Check out last year’s guide here. For more giving-related reading, check out CHIP’s recent report on how to best help women and girls around the world, “The XX Factor.”

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