Funders can support positive change by backing proven, replicable interventions and new measurement tools that help draw the connection between services offered and results achieved.
A new study reveals that foundation leaders are more self-critical than ever and are seeking urgently to create greater social impact.
Some of philanthropy’s core practices may unwittingly be leading funders to perpetuate the inequities they’re trying to eliminate.
The time is right for funders to reconsider how they can make the most of the dollars they invest in grantee leadership development, but they must start by better understanding the leadership challenges nonprofits face.
As funders, providers, and advocates pivot to face a dramatically different funding and political environment, some lessons from history may be instructive.
Through an online crowdsourcing platform, one foundation is reaching new types of partners who offer new types of solutions.
Why are Silicon Valley’s new philanthropists and community-based organizations struggling to connect?
The imperative to invest in risky collaboration has never been greater.
Given that all charities and charitable foundations exist to serve the public good, why do so few hold their meetings in public?
George Soros’s $500 million investment announcement following the first-ever UN summit on migrants and refugees sets an example for how all investors could engage in “migrant lens investing."