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Tag: Disaster Relief




How Does Celebrity Impact Fundraising?

Celebrities are out; trust is in. So just how do organizations earn the trust of Millennials?

By Amy Sample Ward | 1 | Apr. 27, 2011
SSIR blogger Matt Daggett is an associate partner, director of Dalberg’s Washington, D.C. office, and co-leader of Dalberg’s mobile/ICT group.

Mobile Money in Haiti: A New Support for Disaster Relief and Development Programs

New mobile-based payment systems may offer a more affordable, and faster alternative to distributing cash to countries such as Haiti.

By Matt Daggett | 2 | Mar. 9, 2011

Crowd-Sourcing Disaster Relief

Featuring Jeannie Stamberger | Jan. 25, 2011
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Ten for Ten: Philanthropy from 2010-2020

Rather than focus in (anymore than the buzzwords list already does) on the top 10 of the year gone by, let’s think about the factors that will shape philanthropy for the decade ahead.

By Lucy Bernholz | 4 | Dec. 20, 2010

Disaster Relief ; How Can Business Help?

Featuring Joe Becker | 1 | Sep. 30, 2010


Five-Digit Giving

By Tamara Straus | 5 | Jun. 14, 2010

Social Entrepreneurship

Voices from the Skoll World Forum

A report from the opening plenary at the Skoll World Forum, featuring Paul Farmer.

By Grace Augustine | Apr. 15, 2010

Technology & Design

Clouds and InfoStructure

Cloud-based tools encourage greater collaboration, allowing us to re-imagine problems and develop new solutions to tackle social problems.

By Lucy Bernholz | Apr. 9, 2010

Haiti Relief Underscores Deeper Needs

The recent Haiti earthquake and relief show that funders are not willing to make the significant investments needed to support nonprofits.

By Todd Cohen | Feb. 1, 2010
SSIR blogger Sean Stannard-Stockton is CEO of Tactical Philanthropy Advisors. Strategic Philanthropy

Impact Investing

How to Help Haiti

How donors can more effectively provide long-term support in rebuilding Haiti after a devastating earthquake.

By Sean Stannard-Stockton | 1 | Jan. 26, 2010