A guest post by Tori Dietel Hopps of Dietel Partners and Andy Bryant of Segal Family Foundation.
Having experience as both a grant seeker and grant maker, it’s funders who I look to for bravery first. Here’s 7 ways funders can be more courageous.
What is required for survival through the ages of not just bodies literal and figurative, but for survival of souls?
Once people decide to be outward facing, concerned about the suffering in the world and wanting to express their sense of responsibility to others, how can we invite and support them to also transform themselves?
Donors stuck in the old ways of moving money around don’t offer useful capital to new and innovative organizations that don’t fit the mold. Here’s four things a new kind of aid donor does better.
A round-up of year-end and -start articles
The questions I’m asking myself as 2015 comes to a close.
Being part of a community means mutual obligations (and joys)!
Sharing a list of small NGOs and foundations specializing in direct funding to grassroots leaders, locally-led organizations, and small, often “informal” movements.
Frustrated with organizational politics, policies, or processes? Here’s a selection of how-matters.org posts to let you know you’re not alone.
“They’re all a bunch of neocolonialists anyway.”
An uncomfortable silence fell upon the car.
A reflection on the skills I needed to be effective in my job.
Admitting failure is not enough. What’s the next step?
What does racial justice have to do with the international “do-gooder” industry?