North Carolina’s Project Lazarus has brought harm-reduction principles to Appalachia to address the opioid addiction crisis.
Colombia’s Comfama has brought critical economic and social services to Medellín. Can this public-private hybrid continue to bolster the country’s growing middle class?
The Silicon Valley Community Foundation has grown to become one of the world’s most well-funded foundations. But who in the Valley benefits from this largesse?
Southcentral Foundation has vastly improved Alaska Native welfare while saving on costs by using traditional healing practices.
President Obama experimented with radically new ways of maximizing the impact of social programs.
From fraternity houses in the American Midwest to villages in rural India, Breakthrough is experimenting with novel approaches to reducing violence against women and girls.
Behind the success of Triodos Bank success lies a pattern of refusing to take easy or obvious steps to drive growth.
Girl Scouts of the USA has overhauled everything from its federated structure to its information technology systems to the way that Girl Scouts sell their fabled cookies.
Six years ago, the City Colleges of Chicago launched its own turnaround effort—a bid for “reinvention”—and now it’s earning high marks for improved performance.
MSF France has found an answer to the question of whether to accept corporate support—and it’s anything but simple