Community foundations should reaffirm their unique role in the philanthropic landscape and focus on the needs of their geographic community.
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?
The B Corp movement has pushed a powerful model of socially responsible business that has the potential to advance human rights. But it has so far failed to engage human rights advocates—to its detriment.
One of the fastest-growing corporate citizenship programs is skills-based volunteering—in which a team of corporate employees works for an extended period of time to help a nonprofit solve a complex operational problem.
New legislation around the United States aims to combat the widespread practice of shaming students who cannot pay for school lunch.
Several states are adopting the Finnish practice of distributing “baby boxes” to expectant parents—and taking the opportunity to also educate families about safe sleep for infants.
Impact investing has been seduced by a false narrative of combining social impact with financial gains.
The Energy Foundation used a two-pronged strategy of engaging policy makers and grassroots activists to sell green electricity.
The funding ecosystem has a greater role to play in the survival of nonprofits than their internal structure.
The ultrarich are teaming up to make politics more partisan.