North Carolina’s Project Lazarus has brought harm-reduction principles to Appalachia. Although its practices saw immediate impact and have saved lives, the opioid crisis continues to claim victims in the region and beyond.
Join the Stanford d.school for an intensive workshop to help you design more human-centered, strategic, and effective programs and organizations in the social sector. You will learn how to apply the tools, approaches, and mindsets of design thinking, integrated with the basics of systems thinking, to tackle complex multi-stakeholder social systems projects. Also check out an on-demand webinar-workshop on similar topic.
Changemakers wanted for the USC Marshall School of Business Master of Science in Social Entrepreneurship! Learn the business skills to impact poverty, hunger, gender equity, education and health. Complete the degree in one or two years at USC’s campus in Los Angeles. Register for an info session today.
The 2017 Charitable Giving Report offers the first comprehensive look at last year's giving data and how philanthropy was affected by this year of change and uncertainty. Use this information to get a head start on benchmarking your organization's performance and advancing your fundraising strategies. Download now.
Led by Stanford MBA faculty from 27 May - 1 June 2018, the program centers on practical business and leadership concepts, integrates conceptual knowledge with participants' own experiences and offers the opportunity to build relationships with a diverse group of nonprofit leaders! Apply by Feb 26.
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