Caleb Harper took the stage with Sonal Shah of the Beeck Center for Social Impact & Innovation at Georgetown University at the Collaborative in Boston to discuss what social innovation looks like today in agriculture.
Peer-to-peer fundraising is the perfect tool to help Gen Z achieve their goals as socially-minded members of society and the workforce. The right fundraising software caters to this tech savvy generation and enables them to design a personal fundraising page that conveys their personal story, highlights their active network of supporters, is easily distributed, and offers engagement tools.
Social entrepreneurship education is an emerging area of focus at leading universities across the country. Now, more than ever before, resources are available to those interested in launching a social impact organization.
Social impact incubators help entrepreneurs with social impact solutions prepare to launch their ideas successfully. To understand if an accelerator or incubator program is right for you, it’s important to first understand what they typically involve and what you would need to do ahead of time to prepare.
Workplace giving programs are a great way for your corporation to communicate your core values to employees and the larger community. Learn about the different types of programs in order to give back and build benefits that fuel your company culture.