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Giving Circles amplify individuals’ power to make a difference

It’s an old aphorism that no raindrop feels responsible for the flood—but what if we flipped that? What if a group of individuals recognized their own potential and combined each of their humble efforts? Could it form a mighty current capable of knocking down barriers, cutting new paths and transforming a landscape? For more than a decade ...

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