A new petition attacking the NFL could have far-reaching implications for the nonprofit sector.
By creating mechanisms to efficiently plan for uncertainty, philanthropists can ensure that they maintain forward momentum and keep their impact on track.
Three abilities every foundation needs to achieve long-term impact.
Prizes allow institutions to develop revolutionary new solutions, are less risky than traditional grants, and can create communities of practice.
A look at adaptive philanthropy, and the forthcoming series of blogs, videos, and webinars that explore new and important approaches to philanthropy.
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By quantifying catastrophe risk, we can help society better manage it, and make the world safer and more resilient.
Who will lead the move towards a sustainable future—the United States, Europe, China?
We can’t separate nonprofit programs from the people who develop and deliver them.
Investors and philanthropists must work together to generate more ecologically responsible and locally grown food for more people.
Nonprofit donors and advocates are spending more time online than watching TV—it's time to get their attention.