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Tag: Rockefeller Foundation




Fostering a Culture of Diverse Philanthropy

Building a culture of philanthropy is important, but it is critical to ensure that philanthropic participation is diverse and representative.

By Anna Pikovsky Auerbach | 1 | Dec. 31, 2014

Four Social-Change Results That Innovation Labs Deliver

Social innovation labs are gaining ground and finding effective solutions to global challenges quickly and inclusively.

By Amira Bliss & Nidhi Sahni | 10 | Nov. 10, 2014

Impact Investing

The Rockefeller Foundation’s Hand in Hobby Lobby

The Supreme Court’s reasoning and decision in Hobby Lobby should make the foundation reflect on the relative wisdom of its initiative to blend the nonprofit and for-profit sectors.

By Maribel Morey | 6 | Aug. 21, 2014

Impact Investing

A Guide to “Good” Investment

Reviewed By Cathy Clark | Aug. 13, 2014


The Re-Emerging Art of Funding Innovation

By Gabriel Kasper & Justin Marcoux | 10 | Feb. 19, 2014

Urban Development

Helping Cities Remain Strong

By Suzie Boss | Nov. 20, 2013

Social Entrepreneurship

Coming Together with Purpose

How to make convenings that matter.

By Anna Muoio & Noah Rimland Flower | 2 | Jun. 27, 2013


Innovation for the Next 100 Years

By Judith Rodin | 1 | May. 15, 2013


High Stakes Donor Collaborations


Impact Investing

Impact Investing’s Three Measurement Tools

IRIS, PULSE, and GIIRS may sound like alphabet soup, but a growing and dynamic industry needs all three measurement tools.

By Margot Brandenburg | 1 | Oct. 3, 2012