Online Giving Innovative ways to use the Internet to raise and donate money
Jennifer Lynn Aaker discusses a repeatable method that we can follow to get people to take action, but perhaps even more important, to influence people to get others to take action as well.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and Chairman of the House Committee on Education George Miller, address the NewSchools Summit 2010.
Chris Hughes, Facebook’s cofounder, has created a social media platform called Jumo designed specifically for nonprofits.
Transforming the world of microfinance, Kiva.org has successfully implemented strategies that powerfully effect human engagement.
We can’t let Idealist go down like this. We need them. And now, they need us.
The massive charitable response to the devastation in Haiti should be a wake-up call for the charitable marketplace.
Organizations should recognize the need for being “real” online and can honor that by being proactive in online relationships.
With rapid mobilization the potential for networked philanthropy is growing.
In adopting data-driven practices, leaders must design and implement programs in ways that engage community members directly in the work of social change.
The public debate around climate change is no longer about science—it’s about values, culture, and ideology.
Serious games tap into the same culture of online friendship from social networking to fuel peer involvement and encourage collaboration around real-world challenges.
Voluntary carbon offsets allow people to invest in projects that allegedly counteract their greenhouse gas emissions. But can voluntary offsets help slow global warming? Or are offsets a way for consumers to buy their way out of bad feelings?