Join us on June 3 for the first in a series of discussions at the intersection of race, technology, and civil society.
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Rachel Smith of GlobalGiving is calling on the social sector to help with a new set of standards that will address today’s ethical challenges.
Digital Impact grantee JustFix.nyc is leading a data coalition whose aim is to further housing justice in New York City and beyond.
Helen Turvey of Shuttleworth Foundation sheds light on the disconnect between funders and the communities they serve.
Bahrain-based Esra’a Al Shafei has gone to great lengths to preserve the basic infrastructure that would keep digital civil society secure. Are funders listening?
Podcast and Transcript: Experts in tech and data ethics explore how civil society organizations can work toward better policy for predictive technologies.
Podcast and Transcript: Nonprofit tech experts discuss how the Internet of Things has sparked a new era of social impact.
Data culture experts discuss a hands-on, self-service curriculum that empowers professionals of all experience levels to work with data.
Lucy Bernholz moderates a discussion on how social sector organizations can utilize data while integrating responsible data governance into their culture.
Podcast and Transcript: Experts discuss responsible data, power, and the role of data and ethics in the tech for good space.
Listen to Lucy Bernholz, Cinthia Schuman Ottinger, Beth Simone Noveck, David Borenstein, and Neville Vakharia discuss the new machine-readable Form 990 and the opportunities and challenges presented to U.S. nonprofits and civil society. Recent regulatory changes have made e-filed Form 990s, the data-rich annual financial disclosure forms for U.S. nonprofits, publicly available as machine-readable digital data. With this change, the […]
Listen to Lucy Bernholz, Solana Larsen, Dhanaraj Thakur, and Jessica Feldman discuss how we can define, measure, and foster a healthy internet for civil society. Shaped by technology, policy, commerce, culture and a host of other influences, the internet is a dynamic and diverse digital ecosystem whose increasing indispensability presents both opportunities and challenges for […]
Featured Speakers Date & Time October 12, 2017 11am-12pm Pacific / 2-3pm Eastern Register now The annual tax forms for U.S. nonprofits – known as “Form 990s” – are now available to the public in digital, machine-readable form when they are filed electronically. Researchers, journalists, giving platforms, infrastructure organizations and others are coming together to […]
Featured Speakers Date & Time September 27, 2017 11am-12pm Pacific / 2-3pm Eastern Register now Internet health – how do we define, measure, and foster it for social good? Join us as we gather experts for a checkup on the state of the internet and a closer look at key initiatives designed to monitor, evaluate, […]
Listen to Lucy Bernholz, Catalina Escobar, Daniel Uribe, and Jake Garcia discuss the data-powered tools and services provided by Nodo Ká and Foundation Center to boost impact in the social sector. One of the fundamental goals of Digital Impact is to advance the effective and responsible use of digital data and infrastructure for the benefit […]
What kinds of tools and information help people connect around philanthropy and social change? Join us on Wednesday, June 28th at 11am PT / 2pm ET to learn about two data-driven platforms aimed at supporting collaboration among grantmakers and nonprofits. Launched by MAKAIA, the Nodo Ká platform in Colombia includes directories, indicators, a marketplace of […]
Listen to Lucy Bernholz and Julia Angwin discuss algorithmic bias, digital security for nonprofits, and how big data is informing and reshaping journalism and the social sector at large. As the opening event for the 2017 Data on Purpose / Do Good Data conference, Lucy Bernholz, Senior Research Scholar at Stanford PACS and Director of its […]
Listen to Lucy Bernholz, Josh Levy, and Kate McKenney discuss challenges, strategies, and processes for creating a strong practice and culture of data security at nonprofits and foundations. Every nonprofit, foundation, and civil society organization is now digitally dependent, and managing digital resources safely, ethically and effectively is a core competency for these organizations. Digital security […]
Updated: Follow this link to check out highlights from the Digital Security roundtable and listen to the podcast! Data is an asset – and a liability. What are you doing to protect yours? Join our virtual roundtable to learn how you can make digital security an essential component of your nonprofit’s data strategy. Lucy Bernholz, director of the Digital […]
“Especially in uncertain times the organizations and activists who make up civil society need to understand, protect, advocate for, and use their digital data and infrastructure just as they use their financial and human resources—safely, ethically, and effectively.” Every year Lucy Bernholz writes Philanthropy Blueprint, a forecast of trends, challenges, buzzwords and breakthroughs in the philanthropic sector […]
Listen to Andrew Means, Jacob Harold, Beth Kanter, and Rella Kaplowitz dig into the Data Playbook to share strategies and insights for using data to drive social sector impact. Markets for Good partnered with the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation to host a virtual roundtable discussion on the Data Playbook, a new practical guide for putting […]
Updated: Follow this link to check out highlights from the Data Playbook roundtable and listen to the podcast! Markets for Good is delighted to partner with the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation to host a virtual roundtable discussion on the Data Playbook, a new practical guide for putting data to work in the social sector. Our expert panel […]
Listen to Andrew Means, Asha Curran, Mario Lugay, Micah Sifry, and Lucy Bernholz discuss #GivingTuesday, civic tech, digital data, and current and emerging trends in philanthropy. Markets for Good partnered with the Belfer Center for Innovation & Social Impact at 92Y to host a virtual roundtable discussion examining #GivingTuesday as a model for “open-source” philanthropy. […]
Listen to Andrew Means, Lilly Weinberg, Mike Berkowitz, Victoria Fear, and Jeannie Howell discuss how community foundations and nonprofits can approach giving days as an opportunity to build their data, digital skills, and organizational capacity. As part of our Give Day Lessons series, Markets for Good partnered with Knight Foundation to host a virtual roundtable discussion examining […]
Updated: Follow this link to check out highlights from the Beyond the Dollars roundtable and download the podcast! Join us for a discussion of giving days that goes beyond the dollars! Markets for Good is thrilled to partner with Knight Foundation to host a virtual roundtable discussion examining key findings from Knight’s new report, Beyond the Dollars: The […]
Listen to Andrew Means, Lori Finch, Jamie McDonald, Charlie Mulligan, and Charles “Chic” Naumer discuss online fundraising platforms, giving day lessons, and the future of digital philanthropy. The tech failure that caused massive disruption of the national Give Local America Day fundraising campaign in May 2016 raised many questions for social sector leaders and practitioners: What […]
Updated: Follow this link to check out highlights from our Giving Day Tech virtual roundtable and download the podcast! You’re invited! On Thursday, July 21 at 10am PDT, Markets for Good will host the next virtual roundtable in our Give Day Lessons summer series: Giving Day Technology: Making Good on the Big Day and Beyond. Representatives from five online fundraising platforms […]
Listen to Andrew Means, Asha Curran, Priscilla Enriquez, and Beth Kanter discuss the lessons learned from the Give Local America Day tech failure. The tech failure that caused massive disruption of the national Give Local America Day fundraising campaign in May 2016 raised many questions for social sector leaders and practitioners: What went wrong? How did […]
Updated: Follow this link to check out highlights from our Giving Day Fail virtual roundtable and download the podcast! Join us! On Thursday, June 9th at 10am PDT, Markets for Good is hosting Giving Day Fail: Lessons for Digital Infrastructure, a live virtual roundtable on the lessons learned from the Kimbia Giving Day tech failure and next steps for ensuring successful […]
Social strategist and author Jacob Harold shares his vision of a solid information infrastructure and how it could work in the social sector.