A helpful, annotated list of Great Social Innovation reads including this gem, ...Peter Buffett, son of Warren ...wrote a pretty scathing rant against today’s philanthropy, calling it “conscience laundering — feeling better about accumulating more than any one person could possibly need to live on by sprinkling a little around as an act of charity.”
More excerpts from Neil's July 2013 list (the post includes lists from previous months):
Dan Cardinali, CEO of Communities in Schools and an emerging voice on the importance of measuring nonprofit outcomes, wrote a third piece in his series on redefining the nonprofit sector.
Bill Shore of Share Our Strength, offers the provocative “We Just Don’t Have the Money, and Other Fibs We Tell Ourselves“.
Antony Bugg-Levine from the Nonprofit Finance Fund provides ... “Navigating Tough Trade-offs in the Era of Scarcity.”
From Social Velocity