November 30, 2023
Moving the Needle on Systems Change in Arts Philanthropy

By Stratton Lloyd and Lisa Payne Simon

In this piece for the GIA Reader, the only national publication dedicated to the field of arts funding, ECCF’s Executive Vice President and COO Stratton Lloyd and Lisa Payne Simon, partner at The Philanthropic Initiative, discuss how place-based funders like ECCF are gaining experience in applying systems change frameworks to shape strategies and actions to address key goals for arts and culture philanthropy.

Read the article in GIA Reader.

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