Three best moves and three biggest lessons—Marc Benioff reflects on more than a decade of work at the Salesforce.com Foundation.
Corporate Philanthropy Innovative ways that corporations can be more philanthropic and socially responsible
How a company supports employee voluntarism depends on whether it participates in certain kinds of external networks.
When we back only proven and incremental ideas, we miss out on the opportunity to test new ones that could potentially change millions of lives.
Major local events, with some notable exceptions, spur locally based companies to increase charitable giving.
Business rigor can save and sustain corporate philanthropy.
Giving 2.0 Project U offers a treasure trove of resources for teachers and students of philanthropy.
Corporate social responsibility programs vs. community partnerships.
HP’s $15 million, plus comprehensive community commitment and capacity building, provides us with a model of success for social change.
Empowerment Evaluation in the Digital Villages examines a Hewlett-Packard initiative designed to empower three communities by bridging “the digital divide.”
The CEO of the largest merged community foundation in the world reflects on the changing interests and identity of its donors.
Will the Open Philanthropy Project’s experiment in effective altruism validate the cause or demonstrate its hubris?
Better use of evidence and developments in evaluation practice can shift the power dynamic between funders, service-delivering organizations, and service users.
A new, and easier, scientific approach to determining the quality of evidence can help the social sector better assess—and therefore better address—social problems.
Three ways corporations can more effectively partner with nonprofits.
Three ways to make research and evaluation in international development more relevant, ethical, and applied.