Philanthropy (magazine)

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Philanthropy is a quarterly magazine published by the Philanthropy Roundtable.[1] First published as a newsletter in 1987, Philanthropy became a glossy magazine in 1996. The magazine's primary focus is philanthropy, with special interest in donor intent and philanthropic freedom.

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Donors featured in Philanthropy have included Charles G. Koch, Bernie Marcus, Tom Monaghan, Gerry Lenfest, Andrew Grove, Truett Cathy, Phil Anschutz, Roger Hertog, Charles Bronfman, Peter G. Peterson, Kenneth Behring, Adrienne Arsht, and Nancy Brinker.

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Philanthropy is edited by Christopher Levenick. The masthead also includes the Philanthropy Roundtable's vice president for publications, Karl Zinsmeister, and contributing editors Arthur C. Brooks and John J. Miller.[2]

In recent years, Philanthropy authors have included Matthew Bishop, James K. Glassman, Jonathan Last, Yuval Levin, Myron Magnet, James Panero, Kyle Smith, Bret Stephens, Alvin Townley, and Juan Williams.

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