Funders engaging in "carrot and stick" philanthropy only escalate the problems faced by struggling nonprofits.
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Foundations can generate big impact by investing their charitable dollars in advocacy, community organizing, and civic engagement.
A new look into how the nonprofit sector can reset its approach to outcomes and management.
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Developments in social media have led to a new type of online, personalized campaign advertisements.
With advancements in mobile technology, new doors are being open for nonprofits to take advantage of.
As obesity rates become a greater national problem, the development of partnerships between companies and foundations may help find a solution.
A look at a variety of tactics for galvanizing individuals to give.
The ‘next generation’ moniker gives young people the sense that they have to wait before they can lead. But youth can be 'now generation' leaders.