Stanford's Rob Reich moderates a panel with Ford Foundation president Darren Walker and Craig Newmark of Craigslist.
As US cities race to build out strategies for fostering local innovation and technology, there is a tremendous opportunity for forward-thinking leaders to support social entrepreneurs.
If you treat funders like prey, they'll probably run.
Three experts talk about their organizations' experiences tackling poverty, in a panel moderated by SSIR managing editor Eric Nee.
By adapting a tool traditionally used for managing financial portfolios, philanthropists can develop a roadmap to giving, where returns are measured in social good rather than in dollars and cents.
How a commitment to effective messaging research helped reframe the debate around freedom to marry and win greater support.
Why building a strong philanthropic and nonprofit infrastructure matters to social impact, and how donors can support it.
Foundation leaders consider the strengths, limitations, and potential of program related investments (PRIs), a form of impact investing intended to further a foundation’s programmatic and charitable goals.
Grantmakers and nonprofit leaders at the Donors Forum—an annual convening in Illinois to advance social change institutions—discuss the real cost of running an effective nonprofit and why it is essential for grantmakers to support indirect costs.
Philanthropist Josh Bekenstein of Bain Capital explains how philanthropists unwilling to cover nonprofits’ indirect or overhead costs are missing the opportunity to completely support that organization’s mission.