Kick off the new year informed of all the latest trends. Check out these reads to handle the coming months like a boss!
This year, we’ve curated a holiday gift guide of some of our favorite gifts by recipient. All the recommendations touch on sustainability, clean supply chain, fair labor practices, and double bottom lines.
Reading serves so many purposes and some of them are about in depth learning and personal connection to an issue or topic. The following books each provide an opportunity with children (or grandchildren) of any age to learn about and work on cultivating gratitude. The books are arranged from the earliest listeners to more advanced readers.
Two years ago we featured six of our favorite Giving Circles in Los Angeles, the city where Starfish Impact was founded. Since then, Giving Circles have not only continued to grow in popularity, but also in number, and we decided to augment the original list with six more.
Beyond being a buzzword, ‘going green’ can have tremendous benefits at your nonprofit. From cost savings to increased employee engagement, to healthier workplaces and being better community stewards of resources, there are a number of highly relevant reasons to greening your nonprofit. But where to start? This week, we share some resources to ‘go green’ that help!
How do you prepare and pack for a trip that includes giving back and often in an unknown culture? While seemingly daunting, here are eight tips that might help you even better prepare for your upcoming trip.
With school breaks around the corner and increasing interest in voluntourism, we’re sharing a list of sites that offer travel opportunities that give back.
Where to go? The following five countries are the top destinations for philanthropic travel that we’ve been discussing lately.
Similar to their for profit cousins, incubators in the social sector tend to have focus areas – like education and health access – as each industry demands its own expertise. They may also have size and possibly geographic emphases that should match your start up. Some prefer for the start up to be sufficiently far…