Lessons from the voter turnout series, a collaboration between the Hewlett Foundation and SSIR.
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and Stanford Social Innovation Review have partnered to publish a 15-part series of articles exploring whether and how philanthropy and nonprofits can improve US voter turnout and civic participation.
Donors are always calling for innovative thinking, so why not show a little inclination to innovate themselves?
Nonprofit organizations that invest in fundraising fundamentals can drive major gift donations that lead to transformational change.
In The Resilience Dividend, Judith Rodin addresses how individuals, communities, and organizations have built resilience in the aftermath of disasters, and why resilience is an urgent socio-economic issue.
Investing in communication—whether you’re selling soda or social change—yields results.
Funders who want to catalyze radical innovation should make long-term grants, invest in people, and offer rich and frequent feedback.