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Inside Los Angeles’ Ambitious Public-Private Child Welfare Partnership

Public-private partnerships are the philanthropy of the future, and there’s a big one starting up in Los Angeles right now. Los Angeles County and 13 local foundations have recently banded together around improving the well-being of vulnerable children. And to solidify this collaboration, the county launched the Center for Strategic Public-Private Partnerships, a first-of-its-kind office squarely focused on child welfare.

The office is funded by the county and foundations, and led by Kate Anderson, the former director of Children Now.

Read the full article at Inside Philanthropy