“Philanthropy Innovation Summit 2019” Sept 17, 2019 at Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center

The Philanthropy Innovation Summit is an invitation-only biennial event that convenes individual and family philanthropists to discuss strategic and impactful giving in a non-solicitation environment.

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New Blueprints – “Philanthropy and Digital Civil Society: Blueprint 2019” The Annual Industry Forecast by Lucy Bernholz

Philanthropy and Digital Civil Society: Blueprint 2019 is an annual industry forecast about the ways we use private resources for public benefit in the digital age....

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Upcoming Events

Consuelo Amat and Natalie Cadranel – Working with History’s Avengers at the Nexus of Academia and Grassroots Technology

How do the worlds of academic research, product development and activism intersect? Citizen journalists are using their phones to record...

November 19th, 2019

Building 200, Room 303

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Jay Hamilton – What is Computational Journalism? How Could it Better Support Democracy?

Prof. Jay Hamilton discusses his work at the Stanford Computational Journalism Lab, his recently published book, Democracy’s Detectives: The Economics...

November 5th, 2019

Building 200, Room 303

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Our Effective Philanthropy Learning Initiative (EPLI) team is seeking a fellow with excellent analytical and organizational capabilities, and outstanding academic credentials to support its research on donor behavior.

Visit our website to learn more: https://stanford.io/2WU6svm

The Effective Philanthropy Learning Initiative (EPLI) at Stanford PACS is looking to hire fellows to help further our research and education initiatives to improve the practice of philanthropy toward greater social impact.

Learn more and apply by Nov. 15: https://stanford.io/2WU6svm

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Nonprofit Goals, For-Profit Tactics

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Resolving the Progressive Paradox: Conservative Value Framing of Progressive Economic Policies Increases Candidate Support

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“Philanthropy Innovation Summit 2019” Sept 17, 2019 at Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center

The Philanthropy Innovation Summit is an invitation-only biennial event that convenes individual and family philanthropists to discuss strategic and impactful...

New Blueprints – “Philanthropy and Digital Civil Society: Blueprint 2019” The Annual Industry Forecast by Lucy Bernholz

Philanthropy and Digital Civil Society: Blueprint 2019 is an annual industry forecast about the ways we use private resources for public...

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The Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society (Stanford PACS) develops and shares knowledge to improve philanthropy, strengthen civil society and effect social change. Stanford PACS connects students, scholars and practitioners and publishes the preeminent journal Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR).

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