This research reflects an ongoing effort by Wharton faculty, and particularly the school’s Social Impact Initiative, to examine how business knowledge and strategy can be leveraged to solve pressing social problems.
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Donors are flexing philanthropic muscle at a younger age than their predecessors. At many top business schools, students are integrating the practice of philanthropy into education early on, and donors are often beginning to share substantial wealth long before accumulating the full measure of it.
Grantcraft’s new guide explains how transparency can strengthen your credibility, improve grantee relationships and more.
This project explores how the environmental, social and governance dimensions of business and corporate citizenship are managed today.
While Cleveland's struggles are real, there are signs of a revival, particularly in Cleveland's downtown district. Moreover, select neighborhoods on the periphery of downtown are also showing signs of vitality. And while time will tell if the city is filling in its donut hole so to speak, the fact remains: there is a pulse.
In this interview with Knowledge@Wharton, Bush spoke with Katherine Klein, vice-dean of Wharton's Social Impact Initiative, to discuss how individuals can bring meditation and "mindfulness" into their everyday lives. (It's not as difficult as you may think.)
Philanthropy and the Social Economy: Blueprint 2013 is an annual industry forecast written by leading philanthropy scholar Lucy Bernholz about the social economy — private capital used for public good. The Foundation Center and the European Foundation Centre are pleased to partner with Lucy to offer the Blueprint as a GrantCraft guide. The Blueprint provides an overview of the current landscape, points to major trends, and directs your attention to horizons where you can expect some important breakthroughs in the coming year.
In this month-long series, we explore the values, motivations, and stories of the up-and-coming generation of philanthropists. This series complements research conducted by 21/64 and the Johnson Center for Philanthropy at Grand Valley State University released earlier this year and our related GrantCraft analysis. In this episode, we learn what characteristics, values, and mentality shape next generation donors, and how research was conducted to learn about this group's giving tendencies.
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Philanthropy and the Social Economy: Blueprint 2014 is an annual industry forecast written by leading philanthropy scholar Lucy Bernholz about the social economy — private capital used for public good.
Corporate citizenship activity can increase customer focus and improve job performance when an employee already values corporate citizenship.
Hydraulic fracturing – or fracking – has been used in Ohio for more than 40 years to release natural gas trapped in Marcellus and Utica deposits.
Our weekly enewsletter updates members about Ohio and U.S. health policy news.
List of youth philanthropy programs.
A PowerPoint presentation on trustee engagement.
Our work to create a tax credit to encourage gifts to community foundations took a big step forward when we recently gave proponent testimony supporting House Bill 408. Our initiative – Endow Ohio. For Good. For Ever. – began during last year’s budget hearings and continued as a stand-alone bill in the Senate, where it had three hearings late last year.