Investing in small business and new ventures is a good thing and vital to our communities, but we must not confuse it with charity or strategic long-term social investment.
From the Field Series: An ongoing report of the Philanthropy, Policy, and Technology Project, which explores the use of private resources for public good.
Social networks are bringing new voices to the table and forcing political change in ways previously impossible—a report from the Personal Democracy Forum.
Making multi-sector collaborations work—a report from the CECP 2012 Corporate Philanthropy Summit.
Storable votes offer a potential new direction for solving gridlock in polarized environments.
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Critics of Obamacare have taken away attention from important aspects of the act, such as its focus on keeping people healthy.
Proposed new rules by the Treasury Department and the IRS would make it easier for philanthropies to make Program Related Investments.
Local government strategic planning is needed to move cities forward at the necessary rate of reform.
What if we leveraged the ingenuity and resources in Silicon Valley for the improvement and renewal of the rest of the country?