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.
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.
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The Mulago Foundation is practicing a form of philanthropy that is desperately needed. It is a fundamental departure from the conventional wisdom of what good philanthropy is suppose to be about.
I think the current moment is the beginning of the golden years for microfinance.
How can we work together in the nonprofit sector to produce results that we can all benefit from?
Archaic ideas and the fundamental restructuring taking place in our economy, makes business as usual unacceptable.
Will Tuesday’s election change government’s relationship to the nonprofit sector?