Innovation by subtraction

Innovation in a nonprofit organization can mean a variety of things. It can mean something new – a process, a service, or a project, it can be something new to you – an approach, a tech add-on, or a partnership, but one thing we fail to realize is that it can also be the simple act […]

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We Must Fund Replication Efforts If We Are To Scale Promising Social Programs In Our Society.

The sector doesn’t talk enough about scale.  My opinion has always been one borne out of frustration. One where successful businesses can produce their products at a cheaper cost when they sell more, yet one where nonprofits are ultimately punished for their successful programs because they have to hire more staff and seek more funds […]

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[Rising Stars In Philanthropy] The Art Of Faith In A More Courageous Philanthropy

To Sherylynn Sealy, philanthropy means giving, sharing wealth, and investment, but it is quite obvious that there is something much more spiritual in her motivations, thoughts and actions. This interview showed me that saying philanthropy is both an art and a science does its role in our community a real disservice, it ultimately includes a […]

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5 PREDICTIONS FOR THE USE OF CRYPTOCURRENCY & BLOCKCHAIN IN THE NONPROFIT SECTOR NEXT YEAR

Over the past couple of years I’ve found myself beginning to change my tune on the impact of bitcoin and other cryptocurrency donations as a transformative source of charity over the short- to mid-term, from negligible to fathomable, meaning that there may be some depth to it. Look, I’m intrigued by the proposition of digital […]

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