Bloomberg Philanthropies: What C40's Report, Climate Action in Megacities 3.0, Means to Paris Climate Summit
C40’s new report contains exciting and encouraging news about the world’s collective fight against climate change – and about the leading role that cities are playing in driving progress. ...Read More
All of us in the nonprofit ecosystem are party to a charade with terrible consequences, says Darren Walker, President of the Ford Foundation.
The Pinkerton Foundation's Laurie Dien talks about creative strategies for increasing high quality programs when the nonprofit you've been supporting can't take on any more kids.
Rockefeller Foundation Managing Director Saadia Madsbjerg says the future of successful development lies with financing and not with giving.
Salem Tsegaye, Program Associate for the New York City Cultural Agenda Fund at The New York Community Trust, says that we should have a strong, consistent narrative to tell the story of crises not as momentary threats to an individual organization’s survival, but instead as a threat to our fundamental values.
Edward W. Hazen Foundation President Lori Bezahler says that unless we examine the relationship between privilege and access to markets, we will ignore the constraints that many families face in a market driven education system.
Jen Bokoff, Director of GrantCraft at the Foundation Center, says humor can be an effective tool to address power dynamics in philanthropy.
AOL Citizenship Team Manager Jamie Mittelman talks about a first-of-its-kind program that was established to globally tackle the gender imbalance in science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics.
New York Women's Foundation President Ana Oliveira says that leaders from within unstable communities are stepping forward with passion, dedication, and a fierce will to co-create recovery alongside external partners.