Funders and advocates must come together to build movements that can run successful and successive campaigns that result in good policy and grassroots power.
A prescription for healing the dysfunctional colonial dynamics at play in philanthropy and finance.
The for-profit LLC is poised to become the preferred vehicle for the nation’s elite philanthropists. Will the public gain from added investment in social good, or lose from ceding even more power to the wealthy?
Increasing numbers of Americans want charitable organizations to step into the public policy arena and lead the causes they care about.
The Peterborough Social Impact Bond was the first of its kind. Does its success in improving recidivism rates while rewarding investors herald a new way of using finance for social impact?
Will the Open Philanthropy Project’s experiment in effective altruism validate the cause or demonstrate its hubris?
A new methodology for assessing mission-related investment strategies.
Multigenerational philanthropy offers opportunities for strengthening personal bonds and creating social impact, but families must be aware of common challenges and have a plan to address them.
To translate India’s robust growth in giving into impact, the sector must find ways to address the roots of inequality, nonprofit dependency on business, and an underdeveloped philanthropic system.
A look at how private long-term investment can help spur public engagement—and lead to policy change and impact—in environmental conservation and beyond.