Tag: Philanthropy

23
May

Philanthropy Metrics Workshop

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Bringing together leaders from the world’s largest companies driving societal investment strategies, the annual Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP) Summit is underway here in New York City.

Humantific was invited to design and this afternoon will deliver a hands-on interactive session leading Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) leaders through a series of activities focused on resourcing and accelerating corporate responsibility in their organizations.  Today Corporate Social Responsibility leadership often requires a reporting style that is concise and shows return on investment.

Lead by Humantific’s Elizabeth Pastor and Amanda Greenough the session helps participants rapidly make sense of CECP’s industry-leading guidance for scorecards and better understand the role that data driven insight metrics can play in helping to gain traction specifically with senior leaders and CEO’s.

How do you find your vital few metrics that show visible value?

Exploring this question is the focus of this interactive Humantific workshop session.

 

21
May

Innovation Key to Philanthropy

We were happy to see Rex Sinquefield pointing out in Forbes Magazine the rising realization in the philanthropic community that “Innovation is Key to the Success of 21st Century Philanthropy”. It’s already the focus for many leading philanthropic organizations right now including the Rockefeller Foundation, Heron Foundation, Markets For Good, and others.

Related:

Markets For Good Heavy Lift

Markets For Giving Workshop

Mapping Markets for Good

27
Jun

Markets for Giving Workshop

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Humantific has been working with LiquidNet for Good and Global Giving to codesign a three day Markets for Giving strategic cocreation workshop that was codelivered June 23-25 at Liquidnet corporate headquarters in New York.

Multinational workshop participants included thought leaders from numerous philanthropic organizations. In addition, Humantific provided the strategy cocreation methologies, the visual sensemaking and the hands-on process facilitation for this important event.

Working accross mutiple disciplines and organizations the participants were able to come together to cocreate a unified future philanthropic eco system visual model. Navigating through significant complexity the group was able to create unified challenge maps that became go-forward roadmaps for this important on-going initiative.

Helping diverse groups tackle complex social innovation challenges including infrastructure creation is exciting and meaningful work for the Humantific team. These are projects that we love to pitch in on and help out.

Participating organizations included:

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Hewlett Foundation

Network for Good

Conexion Columbia

Help Argentina

Give Well

New Philanthropy Capital

Keystone Accountability

Hope Consulting

Great Non Profits

GuideStar

Mission Fish

Betterplace

Acumen Fund

Donors Choose

Charity Navigator

Net4kids

Root Cause

Social Actions

Nexii

Jumo

Sea Change Capital Partners