A “whole health” approach to improving access to food and food education.
Participation in a network allows foundations to leverage their individual investment by surfacing multiple, ongoing opportunities for collaborative grantmaking.
Humanitarian aid needs a broader platform for collaborative innovation and resource management.
A look at how one organization is using emergent philanthropy on a local level to improve early childhood education.
Four ways nonprofits can better advance their mission by building respect, responsibility, honesty, and kindness into their organizational culture.
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Investors should think creatively about how to meet the real needs of entrepreneurs who are creating market-based solutions to health problems in emerging economies.
Clarifying four core features that hub organizations are widely assumed to share can help us grasp their limits and possibilities as innovation intermediaries.
Leading by example through individual and institutional commitments to fossil fuel divestment.
The independence of foundations gives them the unique ability to communicate uncomfortable truths to entrenched power. When it comes to strategic communications, however, there are three things of which every foundation could do more.
How one organization took advantage of a major transition to move away from third-party vendors and build an in-house communications team.