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The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation created a forecast for the health future of America’s most vulnerable populations over the next two decades.
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Interview with Rod Schwartz, founder of ClearlySo, a company that helps entrepreneurs with raising capital, team building, product sales, and financial management.
In the excitement of the budget negotiations, a nonprofit organization was again thrust into the national spotlight.
The problem with “changing the world” is that it probably involves invoking impossibly superficial means to address oversimplified problems.
There was an extraordinary amount of positivity, optimism, and collaboration at SWF. I interviewed two people who particularly believe in the power of collaboration.
In four steps Global Press Institute was able to revamp the online giving culture and more than triple the number of monthly online donations.