Quick: what do crime, education, the environment, health, and poverty all have in common? And how can we make improvements in these areas that feed off of each other? The University of Chicago and the Pritzker Foundation want to find out so they can ramp up impact and break down silos in the social sector.
With $15 million in seed funding, including a $10 million donation from the Pritzker Foundation, UChicago will house five labs collaborating to tackle some of the country’s most daunting urban problems, and translating this work into new national and global practices.
via A Big Pritzker Give Aims to Spark Social Innovation – Inside Philanthropy: Fundraising Intelligence – Inside Philanthropy.
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