If I have an idea to change the world, I should be just as welcome and have equal access to the spaces where I can share the idea and find others to help me make it come to life.
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Earlier this month I had the privilege of learning from four really smart and experienced people who participated in a panel discussion that TCC Group, a global management consulting firm.
The 10 phrases I have chosen to show the steady rise in market-based solutions for social problem solving, technology’s infiltration of all things fund raising, and a shift in attention from local to global.
Rather than focus in (anymore than the buzzwords list already does) on the top 10 of the year gone by, let’s think about the factors that will shape philanthropy for the decade ahead.
This week, a remarkable grassroots organization in India, Vasavya Mahila Mandali (VMM), celebrated 40 years of achievement and service.
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Nonprofits can gain highly skilled volunteers through a variety of resources.
Nonprofits, government, and philanthropy need to take up better sharing practices to advance nonprofits and the communities they aim to serve.
Does every social media “call to action” need to have a cause?
Some early impressions of Jumo, a much-heralded social networking site for stimulating, coordinating, and occasionally funding social change.
Micro-savings have been described as the “Next Big Thing” in the global development agenda. But we are not there yet, particularly with regards to young people living in poverty.