1. Who Do You Think You Are?

    Demographics is destiny… IF …we build coalitions and leverage what we know and who we are for GOOD. We believe it is important to know who you are and use that knowledge to demonstrate the power in our diversity and fuel your passion for changing the world. That is why...

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  2. Webinar recap – Crowdfunding 101

    July 30, 2014 EPIP/Public Allies Webinar: Crowdfunding 101 EPIP and Public Allies partnered for the third webinar in a four-part webinar series: “the future of funding social change”, with two NYU Law and Social Enterprise Fellows. Our presenters led us through an exploration of crowdfunding, discussing at length what this...

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  3. Building Community Capacity – A Role for a Modern Philanthropic Sector

    This guest post was authored by Ryan Ginard. Ryan works for The San Diego Foundation, where he builds capacity for the Malin Burnham San Diego Center for Civic Engagement through the Civic Leadership Fund, and supports the development and implementation of the Legacy League and Nonprofit Planned Giving Partnership program. Ryan...

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  4. Technology and Social Change: An interview with Beth Kanter

    In this interview, Beth Kanter provides readers with an opportunity to gain leadership lessons from a career that she has been passionate about for twenty years.  Helping nonprofits make effective use of technology, Beth also shares best practices for nonprofits to consider. 1.  Could you provide a brief professional description...

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  5. NGeners Rock!, The Boat

    This guest post was authored by Pickett Slater Harrington, Manager, Program and Practice, Independent Sector NGeners Rock!, The Boat I’ve spent a number of years working alongside NGeners – talented, intelligent, energetic and emerging social sector leaders that range in age from late Generation Xers to Millennials. Here are four...

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  6. Enough is Enough | Creating a Safer America

    This guest post was authored by Danielle Vabner. I still remember the day my family relocated to the quaint New England town of Sandy Hook, Connecticut. It was a sticky summer day in July of 2005. Sandy Hook was the epitome of the “suburbs”: beautiful, spacious homes, endless amounts of...

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  7. Intersectionality

    If you attended the final plenary of the JAG Unity Summit on Friday, June 7th, then you had the opportunity to participate in a live poll with Rahsaan Harris and your fellow JAG friends and colleagues. We extend our thanks to everyone who participated in the poll and we hope...

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