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Healthy Places NC: Better Results through Place-Based Philanthropy

January 2012

Karen McNeil-Miller, President, The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust
Allen J. Smart, Director-Health Care Division, The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust

Place-based philanthropy brings together a wide range of local actors around an ambitious community-change agenda, with the foundation providing resources to implement key components in whatever strategy the community develops. The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust describes its new place-based approach Healthy Places NC and how this shift in direction can better respond to community needs.


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