Ensuring That Skilled Volunteers Land with Impact

Without the proper planning, preparation, and long-term thinking, skills-based volunteers and the organizations that sponsor them can easily do more harm than good. By Derk Norde & Cami Hagen A lack of access to skills stifles the growth of social impact initiatives around the world—especially new or locally led organizations looking to achieve scale. These organizations can benefit […]

What inequality looks like

Inequality is a complicated term. It can be applied to so many factors, for one thing. There’s income inequality, asset inequality, gender inequality, social, class, political … you name it, someone, somewhere likely feels (and is) hard done by. And, for all the focus that Thomas Piketty has gained for his analysis of a new, […]

You don’t need to start BIG. Daily small initiatives can create COLLECTIVE IMPACT.

  By Mari Algevis You don’t need to start BIG. Daily small initiatives can create COLLECTIVE IMPACT. Collective Impact is achieved through conscious collaboration with others on a common cause. The journey begins My story starts in Venezuela, I moved to the U.S. at the age of nineteen. I had little knowledge of what it meant […]