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Last year Global Impact did what many dread – a website update. But it was much, much more. We needed to upgrade from Drupal 7 to Drupal 8, which is a significant technology update. Additionally, our
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Worldwide, 70.8 million people have been displaced by war, conflict and persecution. For reasons outside of their control, these individuals are forced to leave their homes in order to survive.
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Continued from Part 1 – The journey to social impact: What’s next for corporations. As companies seek to identify a stronger purpose and achieve social impact, they face distinct tensions. Determining
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Global Impact has been working with Vicki Ebert and the Operation Smile team over the past few years to develop a strategy for engaging with workplace giving donors.
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If you’re like me, you aren’t even close to accomplishing your new year’s resolutions yet. True, we are only one month in to 2020, so there’s still plenty of time. But, if you resolved to increase
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Because Global Impact works directly with public and private sector – and in some cases manages entire campaigns for partners – we see firsthand the trends and impact of hosting meaningful campaign
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Global Impact’s partner Accion, a global nonprofit and pioneer in microfinance and fintech impact investing, works to build a financially inclusive world with access to economic opportunity for all
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“To alleviate human suffering” – this is what United Methodist Committee on Relief, or UMCOR, aims to accomplish through their global work.
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This past fall, Global Impact attended many conferences, including Brands Taking Stands, Concordia, CEO Connection and the U.S. Chamber Corporate Citizenship Conference. Here are some major takeaways
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As we ring in 2020 and the new decade, I have been searching for sources of inspiration to guide me toward the purpose I hope to achieve in the coming years. My inspiration was found when I dug deeper
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Saving the world starts with a seed – a seed of an idea, that grows with enough care, nourishment, attention, patience and determination to feed those who go hungry around the world every day.
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Let’s take a moment to talk about hunger. I know, it’s probably far from your mind right now. In fact, being stuffed and needing some exercise is probably more like it, as we near the end of another
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Humanity & Inclusion consistently searches for ways to improve their programs, which has led to some revolutionary developments in their work around inclusivity in the workplace and disaster response.
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During the holiday season, many of us reflect on the past year, noting the highs and lows, reassessing the quality of our work and lifestyle. We adjust habits, resolving to live with purpose and
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This time of year can mean many things: time with family, exciting annual traditions, or (perhaps a little too much) good food and holiday treats. What this time of year means for the nonprofit space
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For those of us with easy access to a drugstore on every intersection, it can be hard to imagine that in developing countries, even hospitals often don’t have access to critical medicines and supplies
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“GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world on December 3, 2019 and every day.” – GivingTuesday.org
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You have likely heard of Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), the independent, international, medical organization often featured in the news for helping people affected by armed
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There is no shortage of organizations dedicated to helping hungry children globally, so how do you determine which one to support? Each organization has unique qualities, and Feed My Starving Children
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Recently we shared suggestions for stimulating employees by capitalizing on observance days, like International Women’s Day or Earth Day, especially those with topics that are important to your
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When I was in high school, I went on a few international volunteer trips. For one of the trips, our team joined with youth from around the U.S. to help build a school in Mexico. Another trip was to
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This time of year, nonprofits are looking for funding and ways to engage donors, and nonprofit board members are looking for ways to support the organizations they love. One of those ways is in the
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World Vision is taking an innovative approach to child sponsorship – and companies are invited to be part of the new model.
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As employees seek balance and fulfillment from every aspect of their lives, engagement in the workplace has become critical for ensuring that staff stays motivated to work hard. So how can your
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Let’s be honest. Most of us won’t celebrate our 100th birthday. Luckily, for the world and the 1 billion children whose lives have been changed for the better, Global Impact’s charity partner Save the
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November is right around the corner. Along with daylight saving time, winter jackets and Thanksgiving, November brings something else that is now an important marker of this time of year.
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What does life look like through the eyes of a child living in poverty?
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Observance days and months are a common way of bringing light to various topics and issues around the world. They are ways to celebrate momentous events, to pay gratitude to an influential person or
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The beloved tradition of trick-or-treating on Halloween began in the United States in the 1920s, and has gained in popularity ever since. In 1947, Clyde Allison, who was a Presbyterian pastor in
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Staying ahead of the curve in the charitable giving space is crucial for private, nonprofit and public sector stakeholders alike. Check out these five trends to inspire greater charitable giving.

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