If the Hewlett Foundation’s Madison Initiative wants to strengthen American democracy, it needs to adopt a more multi-layered democratic theory.
More foundations are deploying a full range of financial investment vehicles to yield positive social and financial returns, and using new tools to track impact data.
To build a thriving social enterprise sector, we need to rethink the purpose of capital and employ a new strategic funding approach.
Nonprofits should offer a wider range of opportunities for donating, facilitating network building, and embracing the complexity of the social problems.
Three lessons from successful advocacy projects in the Global South.
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How the Millennial generation connects, gets involved with, and gives to social causes—insights from a four-year study.
Does the hype around “pay for performance” financing match the reality?
Rigorous evaluation can drive continuous learning and improvement.
Many philanthropists know they need to adapt their strategies in changing times—the question is where to anchor and what to flex.
Philanthropy can lead the way to opportunity for young men and boys of color by supporting diverse leadership.