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Blending practices and theory to improve health outcomes outside the clinical setting.
B Corps have an opportunity to dramatically increase their social and environmental performance by upgrading their internal management practices.
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A “whole health” approach to improving access to food and food education.
Participation in a network allows foundations to leverage their individual investment by surfacing multiple, ongoing opportunities for collaborative grantmaking.
Solving major social problems is now possible, but not unless the organizations that have been most responsible for making a difference change significantly.
Humanitarian aid needs a broader platform for collaborative innovation and resource management.