Recent press about our work.

  1. In the Media

    Bloomberg: Facebook Fortune Behind Push for Fed to Sharpen Focus on Jobs

    The money behind the movement is aimed at influencing the Fed, which is tasked with promoting both maximum employment and stable inflation. Open Philanthropy Project hopes Fed Up will push policy makers to make the jobs side of that mandate their priority -- especially when the next downturn strikes, said Alexander Berger, its program officer for U.S. policy ... 'Fed Up is never going to be in a position to dictate the next monetary policy move -- and they shouldn’t be -- but they could provide the visible public support central bankers need to respond more effectively to the next recession,' Berger said.

  2. In the Media

    Forbes: More Philanthropists Should Think Like Venture Capitalists

    "Every donor, like every private investor, has his or her own style. Giving is very personal, and the highly rational approach taken by Moskovitz and Tuna ... is not necessarily the right fit for everyone. However, their strategy reveals several lessons that are especially worth noting."

  3. In the Media

    Chronicle of Philanthropy: Wringing the Most Good Out of a Facebook Fortune

    "Five years after they signed the Giving Pledge, the youngest on the list of billionaires promising to donate half of their wealth, the couple is embarking on what will start at double-digit millions of dollars in giving to an eclectic range of causes ... To figure out where to give, they created the Open Philanthropy Project, which uses academic research, among other things, to identify high-potential, overlooked funding opportunities."