Chapter 1 explores how a servant leadership philosophy supported the creation of a dynamic philanthropic culture in Michigan.
Chapter 2 describes how people, money, and knowledge were key factors in increasing and improving philanthropy in Michigan.
Chapter 3 examines how Michigan's leaders worked with public policymakers to advocate for charitable giving and volunteer service.
Chapter 4 gives an overview of projects: created and located in Michigan, brought to the state, and growing to national/international scale.
Chapter 5 summarizes what was learned through the struggles and triumphs of creating Michigan's philanthropic infrastructure and network.