Making Change June 2014

Podcast

Why ‘Fail Fast’ Isn’t the Right Approach for Philanthropy

To achieve substantive social change, philanthropy must be focused on long-term goals and not immediate outcomes, says the president of the Surdna Foundation.

Social-Media Expert Advice

Journalist and social-media expert Sree Sreenivasan, the Metropolitan Museum of Art's first-ever chief digital officer, talks about why social media are the perfect tools for promoting good causes.

Wait, Wait ... Let's Raise Money

Peter Sagal, the host of the NPR game show "Wait, Wait ... Don't Tell Me" explains in a video how to tell powerful stories to connect with donors.

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    Creating a Network of Community Advocates

    Seattle's former deputy mayor of community explains how a network of trained community members helped bring more voices to discussions and foster positive change.

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  • The Tragic Consequences of Crisis Volunteering

    When doctors and nurses race to disaster zones, lack of training and standards sometimes cause unintended pain for the injured and haunting emotional trauma for medical...

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