SolarCity is the nation’s largest solar provider. Among the reasons for that are some of their innovative, community-oriented programs, like their GivePower Foundation which provides a free solar system and […]
If you’re under 35, you may never have heard of the Jerry Lewis Telethon. But back in the day, it rocked my world. The telethon was an annual marath ...
Food safety issues have rocked India for decades. The recent case of Nestlé’s Maggi instant noodles once again thrust the question of food safety i ...
By Burt Cummings, Versaic CEO Grantmakers want to make advancements in the issues they care about…but what’s the best way to do it? What are the philanthropic best practices? How [...]
On March 7 and 8, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center and United Nations Office for Partnerships will host the 6th Annual International Women’s Day Forum, The [...]
I’m often asked about the intersection of technology and corporate philanthropy. What are the innovations on the horizon, and how is technology evolving to meet the demands that employees have [...]
Guest blog by Emma White, Auvisa.org Female genital mutilation (FGM) is the worst evil ever performed on women. This is genital injury, for non-medical reasons. It is abusive and inhuman, [...]
Guest blog by Emma White, Auvisa.org [Photo: Australia’s former Parliamentary Secretary for Pacific Island Affairs, Richard Marles, visits Dadaab Refugee Camp in Kenya] Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya was constructed [...]
When it comes to corporate philanthropy, this is more than just an exciting time. It’s an historic one. The movement to reimagine the social purpose of business is accelerating at [...]