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Be a creative disruption to the status quo!

Indie Philanthropists are doubling down on the change they want to see in the world.

If you are asking bigger questions about how your giving and investing can be more aligned with your deepest values, and if you’re ready to try some outside-the-box approaches, then the Indie Philanthropy Initiative is the place to be!

Become a donor to the Indie Philanthropy Initiative
Sitting on a pot of gold and love the Indie Philanthropy Initiative? Please help us sustain the Initiative by considering a significant donation to the Indie Philanthropy Initiative. We are actively seeking new major donor partners to work with our team to ensure that the status quo of funding can shift in radical, creative and outside-the-box ways. Help us to make sure that the tools and stories of this Initiative can be magnified, shared and practice throughout the field. 

To make a tax-deductible donation or to talk about becoming a major donor partner to the Indie Philanthropy Initiative, drop our Director, Arianne, a note at arianne@indiephilanthropy.org. 

Other Ways to Get Involved:
There are easy ways to stay informed and get involved with the Indie Philanthropy Initiative.

  • Want to help galvanize our community of practice? Sign up for our Working Group list to stay in the loop about how to get involved in the conversation.
  • Are you a practicing Indie Philanthropist and want to share a method or story with us? If so, get in touch here.
  • Do you have a resource that you think would make a great addition to the site? Scroll down to the bottom of the Resource page and let us know.
  • Are you interested in having us come speak and/or offer a workshop at your gathering or conference? Interested in connecting your organization with an Indie Philanthropy webinar? We’d love to share what we’re learning. Get in contact here.

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Are you interested in becoming a part of the first Indie Philanthropy Working Group? If so, let us know here:

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