In the West, most wealthy entrepreneurs prefer to give to specific individual causes, by establishing their own foundation, family office, or donor-advised fund. Most Chinese entrepreneurs, by contrast, would rather work together and pursue philanthropy collectively.
A growing number of schools are advancing the pedagogy and practice of social enterprise, and today have much more to offer than they did a generation ago.
Grantmakers and nonprofit leaders at the Donors Forum—an annual convening in Illinois to advance social change institutions—discuss the real cost of running an effective nonprofit and why it is essential for grantmakers to support indirect costs.
Lessons from the voter turnout series, a collaboration between the Hewlett Foundation and SSIR.