Our president, Rhett Mabry, believes the nonprofit sector can innovate even while replicating evidence-based practices with fidelity.
Our grantee, Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry (WARM), models versatility by expanding the focus of its 20th anniversary celebration to serve residents affected by Hurricane Matthew.
When I joined the Endowment in 1992, Gene Cochrane – my supervisor at the time – suggested that I buy a road map to track my site visit travels.
In Social Finance’s work with foundations, we have found that they are focused on deepening impact, replicating success, and accomplishing more with their dollars.
The Duke Endowment is pleased to share a new “theory of change” video from our Child Care program area.
Building a strong base of knowledge in philanthropy doesn't usually come with a how-to manual. In this post, Philip Freeman describes how his experience as a fellow provides a safe space to explore, question and challenge his way into a deeper understanding of how foundations work and the ways impact is realized.