Daniel Karpantschof – Scotch

Dave Moss and Daniel Karpantschof are co-founders of The Moss-Karpantschof Non-stipendiary Global Strategic Planning Ambassadellowship. Daniel was in D.C. to attend the Nexus USA Summit of which he is also a co-founder. A lifelong misfit, Daniel chose Scotch for this episode of Wine Grants. Listen in as Daniel and Dave drunkenly argue about philanthropy, nonsense, micro-grants, guns, the FAA and more. 

Unfunded List’s Wine Grants Podcast, or in this case “Scotch Grants Podcast”, gathers philanthropists, entrepreneurs, and changemakers of all stripes. Hosted by Dave Moss, who started Unfunded List in 2015 to help make sure that the next generation of changemakers get the feedback and recognition they need to be successful. Our mission is to demystify and open the door to private philanthropy for the general public while providing a platform for our guests to discuss their life’s work.

Unfunded List reviews funding proposals twice annually from small and mid-size nonprofits and social impact startups. The 200+ philanthropy experts on our evaluation committee give helpful and candid feedback about each grant proposal’s weaknesses & strengths. Then we publish the best proposals to our list that we circulate to a rolodex of foundations and philanthropists in the hopes that we can find some funding and partnerships for these amazing unfunded proposals. Unfunded List is always accepting proposals at www.unfundedlist.com/submit-your-proposal. We invite your org to join the Unfunded List awardees and 100+ other projects that our funding evaluators have given feedback to since 2015. Find out more and submit at www.unfundedlist.com.

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