Funders want to create big change by using networks for social impact. But where to start?
After a decade of research and evidence gathering, one education nonprofit convinced Congress that its model is worthy of federal dollars—but even the architect of the model wonders how it will fare in the public sector.
Critics have argued that charitable giving isn’t focused enough on the poor, isn’t sufficient to make a difference, is undemocratic, and more, but research—and history—show otherwise.
Attracting transformational philanthropy and leveraging volunteers to scale are just two lessons nonprofits can learn from looking to organizations beyond those they traditionally identify with.
Funders serving as central node for a cross-sector, collaborative network have unique advantages for success in an advocacy environment.
Liberia’s leaders are trying to jump-start their schools. Give them a break.
Six ways to do more with less.
How the Annie E. Casey Foundation has leveraged the power of information and communication to drive public investment in children and their families.