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Incorporating public policy into grantmaking can be a powerful tool for achieving large-scale and lasting results, yet the few foundations that make policy grants are considered innovators.

This white paper, written for The James Irvine Foundation as it considered how to incorporate public policy into its grantmaking, suggests a framework for approaching policy-reform efforts.

Author and foundation consultant Julia Coffman discusses current grantmaking trends, case studies and lessons that grantmakers developing a public-policy funding area should keep in mind.

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