A look at how private long-term investment can help spur public engagement—and lead to policy change and impact—in environmental conservation and beyond.
Philanthropy & Funding New and innovative ideas to help nonprofit leaders raise money, and to help funders and donors give more effectively
Chinese and American philanthropists have more in common than one might think.
The 2016 US presidential election is reminding philanthropy of its value.
Why civil society organizations get bypassed in favor of donations to individuals.
A dollar might stretch further overseas, but it can still go far to increase welfare and tackle injustice closer to home.
Small data can transform opportunities and quality of life for underserved communities, and help address the biases of big data.
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.
Since 2003, Stanford Social Innovation Review has provided a forum for social-change leaders to share new ideas and best practices, and learn from one another.
Humanitas AI has created a smartphone app to enable young people to coordinate social projects.
There is enormous potential for the social sector to help new donors become more self-aware, intentional, and strategic in their giving.
What lies under the word, “uncollaborative”? Usually, it’s an unaddressed power imbalance.
Increasing numbers of Americans want charitable organizations to step into the public policy arena and lead the causes they care about.
The timing is opportune for CSR to catalyze impact in India’s development sector.
For-profit executives use business models—such as "low-cost provider"—as a shorthand way to describe the way companies are built and sustained. Nonprofit executives have not had an equivalent lexicon—until now.
The for-profit LLC is poised to become the preferred vehicle for the nation’s elite philanthropists. Will the public gain from added investment in social good, or lose from ceding even more power to the wealthy?