Flying the philanthropy flag against all the odds? The role of grantmaker associations

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Trade associations are generally considered to be good and useful things – they can represent the interests of their members to the external world, they offer a means of sharing information among people practising the same vocation and helping them to learn from each other, and they provide a sense of community and solidarity. Grantmaker associations are in effect a branch of this family. Does the general proposition hold good in their case?

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