“Research has shown that most of the one- to three-year grants may have benefited the population target, but as a whole, they failed to deliver enough reach to have an impact,” says Tyler Norris, MDiv, chief executive of Well Being Trust, an impact philanthropy that aims to advance the nation’s mental, social and spiritual health. “We’ve been tinkering. So now, will we actually behave in a way that can have a population-level impact? Or will be continue to live at the margins, grant to grant. It’s unethical to continue behaving as if these measures add up.”
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