Philanthropy also needs ventilators

By Fábio Deboni, Executive Manager at Instituto Sabin This blog piece has been originally posted in Portuguese here. Watching from our computer screens during the quarantine, philanthropy players are overcoming barriers and communicating with a lot of ease, exchange networks are being created, solidarity-based billion-dollar brands are being mobilized. And a clear common purpose to help…

Fit for the Future: Can we emerge stronger from the COVID-19 crisis? Part 1 / Lysa John (CIVICUS)

Perspectives on investing in civil society, philanthropic and technical infrastructure.   Civil society – both in its more and less institutionalized forms – has organised extensively to respond to the health, humanitarian and governance challenges unleashed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Our space to do so varies hugely thanks to the diverse regulatory, reputational, philanthropic, and technical…

Fit for the Future: Can we emerge stronger from the COVID-19 crisis? – Part 2 / Benjamin Bellegy (WINGS)

Perspectives on investing in civil society, philanthropic and technical infrastructure.  Civil society – both in its more and less institutionalized forms – has organised extensively to respond to the health, humanitarian and governance challenges unleashed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Our space to do so varies hugely thanks to the diverse regulatory, reputational, philanthropic, and technical…

Fit for the Future: Can we emerge stronger from the COVID-19 crisis? – Part 3 / Chris Worman (TechSoup)

Perspectives on investing in civil society, philanthropic and technical infrastructure.  Civil society – both in its more and less institutionalized forms – has organised extensively to respond to the health, humanitarian and governance challenges unleashed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Our space to do so varies hugely thanks to the diverse regulatory, reputational, philanthropic, and technical…

We are all disaster philanthropists now

By Chris Worman, Vice President at TechSoup   In late January, before COVID-19 dominated our newsfeeds and dictated our daily lives, Regine Webster, Vice President at the Center for Disaster Philanthropy, authored a blog post titled ‘Raise Your Hand if You are Disaster Philanthropist.’ With her years of experience in disaster philanthropy, Regine is worth…