Discover your Inner Global Champion!

A proposed path forward following the Boost Matching conference

Brittany speaking at the podium

Working for Global Impact, I have attended many conferences and events over the years that bring stakeholders and partners together to discuss how we can solve world issues. For those who know me, I consider myself an optimist, ready to share in the next big idea of solving global problems and overcoming engagement challenges. However, […]

Developing a talent pipeline: How Global Impact can make fellowship programs work for you

Graphic of a hand holding a watering can watering two men and two women of different races that are standing in pots among plants.

Organizations often struggle with managing staff capacity and filling open positions thoughtfully and in a way that creates and maintains a steady stream of talent. A robust talent pipeline allows organizations to fill critical positions more quickly, equip staff to step into leadership roles, and bring new or historically underrepresented viewpoints into the mix. To […]

Reaching the Pacific Northwest: Providing health care support in our own backyard

A woman stands in front of a red Medical Teams International vehicle wearing a Medical Teams International shirt. .

The name Medical Teams International may conjure up images of volunteers travelling around the world to treat patients. However, sometimes, the greatest need is right here at home in the U.S. – and Medical Teams International is working to meet that need, as well. For over 40 years and in over 40 countries, their volunteers […]

World Vision redefines child sponsorship and includes corporations

World Vision logo over a boy looking at a photo

World Vision is taking an innovative approach to child sponsorship – and companies are invited to be part of the new model. Child sponsorship is a life-changing opportunity to connect with a child living in another country. Although you may never meet, the child will benefit from a monthly gift that supports their basic needs: […]

3 ways FINCA is helping to alleviate poverty globally

Two women looking at a cell phone

DID YOU KNOW? Almost 50% of the world’s population, more than 3 billion people, live on less than $2.50 a day. Additionally, more than 1.3 billion people live in extreme poverty and somehow survive on less than $1.25 a day. For comparison, many Americans spend more than $2.50 a day on a cup of specialty coffee, […]