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Collaboration Innovative ways organizations can work together to increase their overall reach and efficacy
In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, a nonprofit leader shares lessons on preparedness, collaboration, and resilience.
A new effort called Co-Impact is bringing together donors from around the world to better identify, align, and support opportunities for systems-level change.
Two new programs aim to help academics to engage more directly with nonprofits and social change initiatives.
To build a brighter future for Canada, we need to learn from Indigenous communities and develop a new language of mutual understanding.
Indigenous traditions are key to building the relationships, reciprocity, and reconciliation that Canada needs for a strong future.
How embracing uncertainty can help cultivate Canada’s social R&D ecosystem.
Canada’s Private Sponsorship of Refugees program offers an effective model for how to engage entire communities in welcoming newcomers.
NeighborWorks America, a 40-year-old congressionally chartered nonprofit, redefined its relationship with its grantees to build a learning lab for innovation.
NeighborWorks’ courses on homeownership and support services empowered these people to buy their own homes and transform their lives.
We need to develop new processes of collective storytelling across sectors to navigate turbulent times and foster systems change.
Large-scale social change requires broad cross-sector coordination, not the isolated intervention of individual organizations.
Collaborations and networks rarely achieve their ambitious goals. Here’s what it takes to make them actually work.
Philanthropy has a vital role to play in building a culture of “civic science,” in which scientists take active roles as citizens and citizens engage with scientific research.