A group of Silicon Valley investors is challenging entrepreneurs to create high-tech solutions to reducing gun violence.
Cure Violence Founder Dr. Gary Slutkin talks about the health approach to reducing violence.
Mayor Michael Nutter talks about Cities United and preventing gun violence in cities across the United States through cross-sector partnerships.
The Sandy Hook Promise nonprofit looks to the local community, technology, and innovation to develop a national movement for preventing gun violence.
Mario Marino, author of Leap of Reason, discusses funder pitfalls in setting and measuring goals for grantees.
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Nancy Roob shares how the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation is aggregating funds to scale what works.
Deval Sanghavi, head of the venture philanthropy fund Dasra, describes his work testing and building new platforms for giving in India.
Raising money is just part of the social change equation—an interview with Helen LaKelly Hunt and Emily Nielsen Jones of Women Moving Millions.
Part one of a five-part series of interviews with and commentary by leaders working to reduce gun violence in the United States.
Philanthropy lessons from India—Padmini Somani, head of two different foundations, talks about following the data and staying the course.