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Leap of Reason: What Nonprofit Leaders Should Know About Impact and Funders
By Tom Watson on November 14, 2011 | No Comment
Leap of Reason: What Nonprofit Leaders Should Know About Impact and Funders

I’m a story teller by nature and by vocation, so I shivered a little bit when I read this sentence in Mario Morino’s excellent Leap of Reason: Managing to Outcomes in an Era of Scarcity, …

A Brighter Future for Women – One Stitch at a Time
By Susan Carey Dempsey on May 9, 2011 | No Comment
A Brighter Future for Women – One Stitch at a Time

This week, onPhilanthropy goes back to our roots, reconnecting with Tamara Backer Tepper, who led Changing Our World’s corporate social engagement division for several years. Before leaving New York for Singapore, where her husband Jason …

Collaboration and Co-Location: How Two Nonprofits Are Beating the Recession and Helping More People Collaboration and Co-Location: How Two Nonprofits Are Beating the Recession and Helping More People

It all started over a cup of coffee just five years ago. We had gotten to know each other through various Long Island, N.Y., task forces, coalitions, networking groups and meetings. Sandy is the executive …

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