What's missing here is only the explicit element of competition. Nonprofits such as Zero to Three, Invest in Kids, and Parents as Teachers need the confidence that their superior performance will be rewarded—not with the mercurial, short-term investment of the grant cycle but with long-term reliable commitments. Fantasy philanthropy makes that link. And, besides, as any fantasy-baseball player will tell you, it would be a blast.
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