Nonprofits that want to actually make a difference need to track their activities in some way.
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Blazing the trail for blind Americans to gain acceptance and opportunity.
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Foundation and nonprofit leaders need to pay the same attention to increasing employment in the sector as they do to preserving the full deductibility of donations at the highest tax brackets.
Could findings from a study on oxytocin be applied to social media?
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Creating greater social impact throughout the philanthropic ecosystem—a report from a recent Markets for Giving workshop.
Women are contributing to Africa’s growth surge. We cannot afford to overlook their potential and agency.
What the nonprofit community and those that serve it can do to support the profound culture change that managing to outcomes requires.
Behavioral experts agree that so-called "games for good" can teach empathy to those who play them.
Nonprofit CEO’s can bring a bright and potentially effective array of skills to a corporation.