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3 Philanthropy Leaders on How to Drive More Dollars to Local Solutions

Who will lead the ‘next frontier’ of governance funding?

09 August 2019

Analysis by Devex explains the potential for governments around the world to better use public funds – and how private funders, like the Chandler Foundation, can help.


3 Philanthropy Leaders on How to Drive More Dollars to Local Solutions

Opinion: NGOs — here’s how to strengthen your engagement with governments

26 July 2019

Read our CEO Tim Hanstad’s latest article in Devex. The article offers tips that can help organizations more effectively collaborate with the public sector to promote policy changes or large-scale implementation that accelerate social impact.


3 Philanthropy Leaders on How to Drive More Dollars to Local Solutions

3 Philanthropy Leaders on How to Drive More Dollars to Local Solutions

25 April 2019

Good intentions are never enough. That was one of the messages from Tim Hanstad, CEO of philanthropic organization the Chandler Foundation, while speaking on a Devex webinar about ways funders can support local solutions.


To Spread Prosperity Further, Philanthropy Should Take Lessons From China

To Spread Prosperity Further, Philanthropy Should Take Lessons From China

17 April 2019

In this article, first published in the Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR), our CEO Tim Hanstad makes the case that philanthropic and social change organizations have much to learn from China’s success with alleviating poverty through reforms targeting entrepreneurialism, governance, businesses, and women.


A Life in Social Impact

A Life in Social Impact: Interview with Tim Hanstad, CEO of the Chandler Foundation

05 April 2019

In this Q&A with our CEO Tim Hanstad, he describes his journey from law student to co-founding the world’s leading land rights organization, Landesa, and shares his focus as the Chandler Foundation’s new CEO.


What Systems Change and Starfish Have in Common

What Systems Change and Starfish Have in Common

03 April 2019

Tim Hanstad reflects on the 2019 Skoll World Forum's theme “Accelerating Possibility” in this blog post. He describes how many of the responses to the big problems of our world today address only symptoms, not causes.


Co-Impact

Co-Impact Announces $80 million in Grants Aimed at Improving the Lives of 9 million People in Africa, South Asia, and Latin America

15 January 2019

Co-Impact announced its first round of grants today to improve education, health, and economic opportunity for an estimated 9 million people over the next five years across Africa, South Asia, and Latin America. The grants total more than US $80 million.


Mr. Tim Hanstad

The Chandler Foundation Welcomes Mr. Tim Hanstad as its New CEO

1 October 2018

We are delighted to announce that award-winning social entrepreneur Mr. Tim Hanstad has joined the Chandler Foundation as its CEO. Mr. Hanstad will be responsible for leading the foundation’s mission to promote inclusive prosperity and well-being.


Ms. Leslie Lang Tsai

The Chandler Foundation featured at the UC Berkeley Blum Center for Developing Economies

19 September 2018

On September 5, Leslie Lang Tsai spoke at the Blum Center about the challenges of effective philanthropy and the road the Chandler Foundation has taken to achieve it. In her talk, she shared the philanthropic journey of Richard Chandler as well as the strategies, investment principles, and values of the Chandler Foundation.


A Vision for Philanthropy in the 21st Century

A Vision for Philanthropy in the 21st Century

16 September 2018

Our Founder Richard F. Chandler writes about the role of businesses houses as social investors and innovators: "In many respects, philanthropists are ‘better armed’ in their battle against poverty than they have ever been."


Co-Impact

Richard F. Chandler Joins Co-Impact as a Core Partner

15 November 2017

In November 2017, Richard F. Chandler was invited to be a core partner in Co-Impact, a new global model for collaborative philanthropy and social change at scale. Other core partners include Bill and Melinda Gates, Jeff Skoll, and the Rockefeller Foundation.