By Bruce DeBoskey, The DeBoskey Group, PPI Dean of Philanthropy

Special to The Denver Post | 09/11/2016

In 1993, four respected organizations worked closely together to publish a list of 10 “rights” intended to establish a stronger relationship between philanthropists and their nonprofit beneficiaries. However, 23 years ago the world was vastly different – as was the world of philanthropy. Because of farreaching changes that have taken place since then, the Donor Bill of Rights and its 10 precepts now are significantly out of date…

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