A social enterprise called In Every Story brings better pay—and a spirit of empathy—to a highly marginalized workforce.
To pursue its environmental mission, Tiffany & Co. balances corporate leadership with traditional philanthropic grantmaking.
A school-based collective impact project in West Dallas, Texas, is yielding lessons on how to compile and use big data.
Critics of donor-advised funds miss the real story of why they have grown so fast, argues a longtime community foundation leader.
To reach base-of-the-pyramid markets, entrepreneurs need to align their business models with customers’ lives.
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One funder’s willingness to shift course strategically has been crucial to sustaining a decade-long education initiative.
A highly focused effort in Kenya to treat worm infections in children delivers lessons on how to expand a proven program.
A program at Credit Suisse helps high-level employees—and valued clients—to master the art of nonprofit board service.
Social capital has enabled Second Harvest Japan to overcome cultural resistance to its operating model. Includes magazine extras.
To help low-income residents, urban communities need to build up their capacity for using investment capital effectively.