Most Popular PhilanTopic Posts (October 2016)
November 02, 2016
Seven... Seven more days of this dumpster fire of an election before (with a little luck) we can all get back to our lives and routines. If that seems like an eternity, may we suggest spending some of it on the great reads below you all voted to the top of our most popular posts list for October. And don't forget to cast your vote, along with the hundreds who already have, in our Clinton/Trump-themed poll of the week....
- Does It Count, If You Don't Count It? The Future of Social Impact Measurement (Charlie Vanek)
- Valuing What We Can Measure or Measuring What We Value? (Michael Edwards)
- [Review] 'In Defense of a Liberal Education' (Michael Weston-Murphy)
- Linking Challenge to Opportunity to Strategy (Derrick Feldmann)
- Weekend Link Roundup (October 1-2, 2016 (Mitch Nauffts)
- Good-Bye, 'Nonprofit(s)'; Hello, 'Philanthropy'(-ies) and 'Charity'(-ies) (George McCully)
- The Cost of Caring for Survivors of Domestic Human Trafficking (Jeanne L. Allert)
- Philanthropy as if Democracy Really Mattered (Brad Smith)
What did you read/watch/listen to in September that made you pause, made you think, made you hopeful? Feel free to share with our readers in the comments section below. Or drop us a line at email@example.com.