Philanthropists: Rather than making periodic grants that focus on capacity building, embed capacity-building funding into each and every grant you make.
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Wouldn’t we advance the goals of nonprofit hospitals and schools, and environmental and arts organizations if the government had more to spend on them?
One way to frame efforts to increase charitable giving is to think of it as “changing the coefficients of giving.”
How are the UK and US addressing the third sector’s next challenges, and where they are failing?
The collective impact of government organizations, nonprofits, social entrepreneurs, and businesses can produce a more effective social innovation model.
Nonprofits should seek for-profit allies who are interested and invested in their causes—even if they don’t walk into the first meeting with a signed check.