A look at a variety of tactics for galvanizing individuals to give.
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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.
By using permission and peer influence in the correct way, nonprofits and other leaders can grow and empower their communities.
From stories of "firmness of mind" to "unyielding courage," Third Sector Grit is the driving—but often unrecognized—force behind many nonprofits.
A new resource for measuring where the greatest need exists offers nonprofits and social entrepreneurs an idea of where to focus their collective goals.
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A new report on corporate philanthropy stresses the need for new reporting metrics among companies in order to make their full impact and value known.
Mobile technology has become increasingly crucial within the field of international development, for issues ranging from private equity in Africa to crisis response.
With a mission to “bring transparency to the world of philanthropy” Glass Pockets offers reports on the transparency of large, well known foundations.
The philanthropic landscape continues to shift as donors are switching their alliances to for-profit causes.
In honor of Black History Month, this blog will highlight 28 black nonprofit leaders who are working to make our world a better and more hopeful place for generations to come.