Stanford Social Innovation Review : Informing and inspiring leaders of social change


Tag: Social Media


Innovations in online social networks that solve global problems



Connecting Nonprofits

Featuring Craig Newmark | Jun. 19, 2011


Build Trust with Your Community

Building trust with your constituents is the closest you can find to a silver bullet for fundraising. But how do you build trust with constituents?

By Amy Sample-Ward | Jun. 8, 2011


Doctor in Your Pocket

By Jessica Ruvinsky | 1 | May. 18, 2011


Matchmaking for Philanthropists

By Suzie Boss | May. 18, 2011


Mothers of Invention

By Suzie Boss | 1 | May. 18, 2011
SSIR blogger David Simpson is the co-founder and president of GoldMail and is on the board of Aim High.


Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Deserves Top-Level Focus and Resources

Peer-to-peer communication leverages the personal networks of members to disseminate messages.

By David Simpson | 1 | May. 12, 2011


The Peer Water Exchange: A Platform for Change

Featuring Rajesh Shah | Apr. 29, 2011

Student Retention: There’s An App for That

In business schools around the country, there’s much ado about social entrepreneurship and a double bottom-line—social good and profits.

By Halle Tecco | 1 | Mar. 23, 2011

Slacktivism, the Gateway to Change?

Two points of Slacktivism: 1) organizations create and endorse the level to which people take action 2) “slacker activism” is a gateway to lasting change.

By Amy Sample Ward | 2 | Mar. 14, 2011

Civil Society

Online Gaming Is the New Bowling League

By Jessica Ruvinsky | Feb. 16, 2011