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The Impact Measurement Conundrum

CKX Philanthropy Fellow, Michael Alberg-Seberich, shares four ways the third sector in Germany has taken (incremental) steps towards (impact) measurement.

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Uncertainty and Proximity: A Challenge for Philanthropy

PFC President, Hilary Pearson, summarizes the inspiring opening remarks by Grant Oliphant, CEO of the Heinz Endowments in Pittsburgh at the Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP) conference in Boston.

April 11, 20170
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Raising Philanthropy’s Voice

PFC President, Hilary Pearson, shares how, in these times, philanthropists are both compelled by moral values and enabled by financial resources to raise our voices more loudly in support of peace and social trust.

February 28, 20170

The Two-Way Street

Listening is a two way street. How does philanthropy ensure we are listening to the voices of various communities and asking the right questions to achieve impact with our funding programs?

February 9, 20171

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The Impact Measurement Conundrum

CKX Philanthropy Fellow, Michael Alberg-Seberich, shares four ways the third sector in Germany has taken (incremental) steps towards (impact) measurement.

April 4, 20170

Small Foundations, Outsized Impact

Can small foundations create outsized impact? What practices, structures or approaches can help these foundations to extend their reach and even promote system-level changes?

September 30, 20160

Partnering with Indigenous Communities: A Challenge for Canadian Grantmakers

Recent media reports and activist campaigns are bringing renewed attention to the challenges facing First Nations, Métis and Inuit (together known as Aboriginal peoples) communities in Canada. Canadian grantmaking to Aboriginal beneficiaries and causes, however, remains quite low.

July 6, 20160

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