Art as a Creative Approach to Philanthropy
This year, the Philanthropreneurship Forum has partnered with Austrian artists Helmut Grill and Andreas Reimann to illustrate the spirit of philanthropreneurship through art.
An Artistic View on PhilanthropyRead more
For Impact, Mind the Gap: From Outputs to Outcomes
A plethora of creative strategies and efficient practices have emerged on the new frontiers of philanthropy. But gaping divides continue to undermine their real potential to spawn maximum effectiveness. What are the relevant assessment tools to measure impact and to better understand the needs of the beneficiaries?
On the ground practitioners and experts on social impact from around the world share their ideas.
Reshaping CSR Practices for Global Gains
How can companies reshape Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practices for global gains?
International experts share their thoughts in this special focus on how to engage business resources and strategic partnerships to deliver substantial social value and competitive returns.
Generation Impact: Creative Ways to Engage Millennials for Social Good
Millennials are actively engaged in making a positive impact on the world and many often look for meaning and purpose in whatever they do – be it at a professional or personal level.
This “impact generation” is actively reshaping advocacy, engagement and philanthropy.
What are the best ways to engage millennials and the best channels to reach them? Are there unexploited tools to involve young people that could make a difference? Thought leaders from around the world share their views in this special feature.
Millennials: How Can You Scale Your Impact? A Short Guide to Global Communities and ProgrammesRead more
Engaging the Next Generation of Leaders: How to Unlock Millennial Support for Your CauseRead more
Nonprofits and the Millennial Generation: Three Ways to Get Millennials Involved in Your CauseRead more
Women Leadership: Giving with a Gender Lens
Better opportunities for women means a greater positive impact for the community. According to USAID, when 10% more girls go to school, a country’s GDP increases on average by 3%. However, only 7% of all philanthropic dollars has been invested specifically in programs for girls and women (All In For Her, report by Women Moving Millions, 2015).
To celebrate International Women’s Day, women leaders from around the world share success stories and remaining challenges on how to advance the cause of women and girls.