The other day, we received an interesting email from a young employee who wants to leave her job. One of the most important qualities that this woman is looking for […]
Education of children in emergencies and conflict zones is fraught with numerous challenges. Judicious choices must be made about whether to set up pi ...
The annual Giving In Numbers survey is out, and the results bode well for the state of corporate giving. With feedback from 271 multi-billion dollar c ...
According to legend, in approximately 800 A.D., the energising effects of coffee were first discovered by a goat-herder—or more precisely, by the go ...
Hot Bread Kitchen, based in New York City’s East Harlem neighbourhood, is a basic fabric of that local community, offering the foreign-born and low-income women based here a life line [...]
The Global Engagement Forum, hosted by PYXERA Global on November 10 and 11 at the Newseum in Washington, D.C., is one of the first events to address how private sector [...]
The New York Times’ recent expose of working conditions inside Amazon has set off a tsunami of discussion about how far Corporate America is willing to push employees to excel. [...]
Guest blog by Jason Buys For nonprofits, building community is all about connecting potential donors and volunteers to the cause. What makes us dedicated, loyal, and abundantly passionate about a [...]
Giving USA recently released its report on philanthropy for 2014 and the news is encouraging; giving has increased five years in a row. According to the report, published by Giving [...]
A question I’m asked all the time is: “How can I involve my on-site employees in the volunteer experience?” Maybe these employees work at a call center. Maybe they’re warehouse [...]