Forces for Good: The Six Practices for High-Impact Nonprofits
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The Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) at Duke Fuqua School of Business seeks to have significant social impact by constructively exploring the adaptation of business concepts for the social sector.
The Aspen Institute Nonprofit Sector and Philanthropy (NSPP) seeks to improve the operation of the nonprofit sector and philanthropy through research, leadership education, and communication initiatives focused on critical nonprofit issues.
Steve and Jean Case Foundation seeks to achieve sustainable solutions to complex social problems by investing in collaboration, leadership, and entrepreneurship.
Stanford University’s Center for Social Innovation inspires and educates social innovators, providing knowledge and ideas that strengthen the capacity of current and future leaders to champion social change.
The Draper Richards Foundation believes that dedicated, talented leadership is the essence of social change. To this end, we provide funding and business mentoring to social entrepreneurs as they begin their non-profit organizations.
The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation vision is to foster “a society of economically independent individuals who are engaged citizens, contributing to the improvement of their communities.”
The Fannie Mae Foundation – has now closed down, but was an initial funder of this research.
The Goldhirsh Foundation has been shaping a grant-making program that reflects the values and entrepreneurial spirit of its donor.
The Morino Institute is a nonprofit organization that explores the opportunities and risks of the Internet and the New Economy to advance social change.
The Skoll Foundation mission is to advance systemic change to benefit communities around the world by investing in, connecting and celebrating social entrepreneurs.
The Surdna Foundation makes grants in the areas of environment, community revitalization, effective citizenry, the arts and the nonprofit sector.
The United Nations Foundation was created in 1998 with entrepreneur and philanthropist Ted Turner’s historic $1 billion gift to support UN causes and activities.
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