I notice that the Impact page might be double counting impact. I know it's not meant to provide a rigorous accounting, but it still seems like an issue that the page should at least acknowledge.
The "Grantmaking, fundraising, and donor advisement" section seems especially problematic. Since many of those funds went to other organizations listed on that page, it seems clear that you can't just "add up" all of the facts on that page to get a sense for total impact.
For example, Open Philanthropy "has made hundreds of millions of dollars in grants". From their database it looks like ~$57M to GiveDirectly. Is that included in "GiveDirectly has facilitated more than $100 million in direct cash transfers", as also listed on that page?
I'm not saying that there's any wrongdoing or that it's a huge priority to change it. But I think it's a little bit misleading - and a simple disclaimer at the top of the page would be a good fix for now.
What do you think -- is this actually double counting? If so does it matter? And if so, what can be done?
(Apologies if this has been asked before, I couldn't find it through the search.)