Does foreign aid work? Bill Gates gives a resounding “yes” in his latest annual letter.
Author: Anh Ton
Literacy can unlock many doors of opportunity for the poor. Chuna Devi Pengeni, a woman from rural Nepal, shows us just how in this uplifting video from READ Global.
Social investing could be a game changer in Asian development. But what’s worked and what hasn’t? Join us at 2014 AVPN Conference in Singapore this May to find out.
In our technology-obsessed society, it’s easy to forget that some of the most meaningful innovations can have humble beginnings. One organization in particular is working to make us all more aware of the “frugal innovations” that are transforming lives in the developing world.
With gamification growing in vogue in business and in the public sector, it’s no surprise that some have applied it to philanthropy as well. But how effective is it at actually stimulating philanthropic activity?
New report finds that millennials are ready to take up the helm of philanthropy, but they need more opportunities to engage with nonprofits.
A new report from The Foundation Center finds that human rights funding is strong but many funding gaps still exist.
We conclude our blog series on Vietnamese-American philanthropy with an eye towards the future. What can non-profits and other philanthropic organizations do to encourage future giving?
Philanthropy in Silicon Valley is alive and well, but local giving is still weak. How can we get philanthropy in Silicon Valley to benefit Silicon Valley?
In this blog series, we hope to explore the history, cultural traditions, and current practices of Vietnamese-American giving. This post looks at how one leading Vietnamese-American non-profit engages the next generation in philanthropy.