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Published on May 2, 2012
Money that often fuels traditional philanthropic efforts comes from government money or a foundation. But relying on these sources for income is not a sure bet, says Executive Director of Google.org Larry Brilliant. Great causes can lose their financial footing easily, particularly when caught in-between political administrations with differing world views.