Building Trust: How a German Philanthropist Supports Social Movements

When Ise Bosch first decided to engage in social change philanthropy from her native Germany, she entered a very uncrowded space. In Transformative Philanthropy, a book released earlier this year, Bosch writes that in Germany, “wealthy people usually don’t display their wealth and few even know what ‘philanthropy’ means.” While we often point to the sparse resources American donors direct to women’s and LGBTQ causes—the focus of Bosch’s giving—that funding can be even harder to find abroad.


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