Volume 2, Number 3
Why nonprofits should get out of commercial ventures. At the same time, the tax code needs to be changed to help nonprofits get more charitable donations.
Strategies for savvy negotiation.
Foundations can move past traditional approaches to create social change through imaginative – and even controversial – leadership.
Foundations favor urban poor over rural residents.
Nonprofits court trouble with hedge funds.
What do you get when you ask nonprofit executives and the public the same question about pressing social issues? Different answers.
Why nonprofits should raise the bar in corporate partnerships.
How personalities count when pairing protégés with Big Brothers and Sisters.
How funders flout their own rules.
Study shows machine politics' role in welfare.
Karoff reveals how wise donors operate.
Humanitarianism has failed, say the authors.
It’s isn’t that some nonprofit CEOs make big bucks. It’s that most nonprofit employees are paid too little.
Interview with Seth Berkley, president and CEO of International AIDS Vaccine Initiative.
ApproTEC’s pumps are designed and marketed with an understanding of the culture and psychology of African farmers.
How MacArthur’s no-strings-attached “genius” grants uncover exceptional people.
Nonprofits Insurance Alliance of California is thriving, despite taking on clients that no one else would.
Ballet Memphis leverages its understanding of local culture – Elivs, gospel, rockability, and African-American stories – to compete against touring Broadway blockbusters.
When a Canadian multinational laid off hundreds of gold miners in South Africa, it went many extra miles to help them get back on their feet.
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