Buff Kavelman was interviewed by New York Times reporter Mark Oppenheimer for his May 11, 2013 article on major philanthropic giving in New York City. Through the lens of Judeo-Christian teaching on giving, Mr. Oppenheimer examined donor motives behind named and anonymous gifts. Ms. Kavelman shared insights from her work with a client capable of making seven-figure contributions, who chose to remain anonymous. In the case of this donor, privacy was a top priority.
To access the full article “In Big-Dollar Philanthropy, (Your Name Here) vs. Anonymity”, please visit the New York Times website: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/11/us/in-philanthropy-your-name-here-vs-anonymous-giving.html?pagewanted=all