A four-point framework for funders to advance a low-carbon future using their entire endowment.
Corporate philanthropy can play a powerful role in addressing pervasive public health problems—a look at three effective practices from the Merck Childhood Asthma Network.
Five simple rules for foundations seeking to create lasting social change.
It’s time for more foundations and philanthropists to make $10 million plus grants to social change organizations.
In 2002 the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation made two long-term mega-grants—one to CalTech for $300 million and the other to Conservation International for $395 million.
How to close the gap between what donors say they want to achieve and where they actually put their money.
For one leading health funder, program-related investments promise to help underserved populations.
Participants in a large, complex collaboration can build a capacity for finding common ground—and it doesn’t have to take years.
A critique of the Gates Foundation doubles as a critique of the “philanthrocapitalism” model in general.
Lessons from the Packard Foundation on how funders can effectively work together to amplify their resources and impact.