Philanthropy Roundtable

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The Philanthropy Roundtable is a US association of donors, corporate giving officers and foundation trustees and staff.[1]


Right Web describes the Philanthropy Roundtable's origins as follows:

The Philanthropy Roundtable arose as part of a strategy to build a right-wing counter-establishment that would contest the power of the "liberal establishment." At first, the Roundtable was a project funded by the Institute for Education Affairs, which was founded in 1978 by the two key figures in shaping a political strategy for corporate and right-wing philanthropy: William Simon and Irving Kristol.[2]


Board of Directors




Publications and Resources


The Struggle Against Radical Islam: A Donor's Guide is a guidebook written by Nadia Schadlow of the Smith Richardson Foundation, and published by the Philanthropy Roundtable.[7]


Smith Richardson Foundation | Policy Forum

External Resources


  1. About Us, Philanthropy Roundtable, accessed 6 September 2009.
  2. Right Web, Philanthropy Roundtable, updated 31 May 2004, accessed 6 September 2009.
  3. Board of Directors, Philanthropy Roundtable, accessed 6 September 2009.
  4. Staff, Philanthropy Roundtable, accessed 6 September 2009.
  5. Donors Trust, 990 Form, 2014
  6. Donors Trust, 990 Form, 2013
  7. Nadia Schadlow, The Struggle Against Radical Islam, A Donors Guide, Philanthropy Roundtable, December 2006, p1.