Technology & Tools for Funder Collaboration

In Profiles & Interviews by Lisa Philp0 Comments

We expect a lot out of technology these days. How can we use it to foster better collaboration among funders? It’s not just a question of staying current. That’s a given. It’s about quickly assimilating tools and then getting on with building things. But, first, what do we mean by collaboration? What kind of tools are we talking about? And …

Making Technology A Sustainable Route To Good

In Profiles & Interviews by John Hecklinger0 Comments

According to John Hecklinger, Chief Program Officer of GlobalGiving, the powerful tools and technologies we are creating are helping us solve social problems, but they could work better if they were to work together. He argues for explicitly connecting them so that the information they generate flows more freely and becomes more easily accessible to the people and organizations that need …

Children’s Parties And The Demise Of The Soviet Union

In Profiles & Interviews by Mari Kuraishi3 Comments

Markets For Good proposes an upgraded information infrastructure as a fundamental step for the social sector to be able to meet the challenge of solving dynamic social problems. Mari Kuraishi , CEO of GlobalGiving, speaks her view on the explicit and implicit structures that would define that infrastructure and, more importantly, why we will have to shift our thinking to …