Inspired by the new Sharing Economy
and an unyielding belief in the extraordinary impact of Social Entrepreneurship, Judy launched Fundagenix. As a nonprofit co-founder and Marriage and Family Therapist, with over two decades serving distressed, poor, and under-served families and children in her community, she experienced firsthand how access to sustainable funding is vital to mission impact.
TED Talks: What The Experts Are Saying: The Problem
Renowned fundraising expert, Dan Pallotta, passionately, and eloquently shares the brutal facts that prevent a large majority of NPO's from scaling to meet the demand of solving enormous social problems. He raises concern for the systemic problems keeping charitable giving stuck at 2% of the GDP for 40 years. He describes a system, unchanged since nonprofit organizations were created.
Olivia Khalili, Director of Yahoo for Good, A Yahoo social impact program, moderates this Wharton Business School Panel discussion on Social Entrepreneurship (SE). The goal is to share the panelists diverse perspectives about trends in SE and to provide a framework of understanding it. A common perspective in this discussion is the idea that SE is a new and emerging field that is evolving.
Rueben Mayes, Fundraising 101 Video presentation is a good representation of a traditional fundraising approach. It shares, in common, the core relationship factors and some organization fundraising practices; such as connecting events and networking. The outcome of the partnership between the NPO and the individual is different. In this model the individual is asked to give a donation at some level that is meant to be cultivated to a higher level of giving over time.
Economist Paul Zane Pilzer; The Sharing Revolution
Paul Zane Pilzer; Economist, Author, Entrepreneur “Sharing has been the biggest economic shift of the last five to eight years." Most people know the story of Airbnb, which stands for Air Bed & Breakfast. It started with three entrepreneurs who couldn’t pay their rent in San Francisco. So they started renting out an air mattress on the floor to convention goers. Overnight that became a $10 billion business and the largest hotel chain in the world, in terms of occupied beds every night. Simply by allowing people to use technology to take an unused room in their house and share it with a visitor. From excerpts in an interview with Dr. Josephine Gross, NetworkingTimes.comLEARN MORE
A Network of adoptive parents finds super-nutrition and generates over 1 million dollars within 3 years to support adoptive children from around the world. READ MORE
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