Thank You

I wanted to write a post today listing all the people who had supported Tactical Philanthropy over the past three years. But the list got so ridiculously long that I realized I simply couldn’t make a complete list that didn’t leave out a ton of people. But that just goes to show how critical the Tactical Philanthropy community has been to the evolution of this blog. So I’m going to just go for a big group thanks.

Thank you.

Thanks for reading, commenting, agreeing, disagreeing, making connections, offering to help, spreading the word, tweeting, retweeting, linking and all the other fantastic ways that you have helped co-create this blog with me.

Next week, things are going to look different around here. But know this:

We are at the beginning of a long boom in philanthropy and I’m going to be right here chronicling it as long as anyone is interested in reading what I have to say.

My hope is that the changes next week will help us ground the conversations we’ve been having in a practical reality and hopefully help directly influence the way philanthropic funds flow in this country.

It has been a great adventure. Thanks for joining me in it. Now it is time for the next chapter.


  1. We’re all watching and waiting. Good luck to you.

  2. Sean, Not only will we be waiting and watching but hopefully collaborating. Thanks for all the sharing as previously stated most generous and gracious.

  3. Tony Wang says:

    Thank you Sean – you’ve been the spark that has helped many of us in philanthropy really come together as a community and it’s been fun to watch and be a part of that. Looking forward to the next chapter!

  4. Gregory Miller says:

    Thank you, Sean, for launching and keeping current a most excellent blog.

  5. Margaret, Tony and Greg, I really appreciate the comments and look forward to continuing to collaborate.