Knowledge Letter - February 2020 - Philanthropic Collaboratives in India: The Power of Many

02/27/2020 |
Report shows how working together can amplify impact.
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Philanthropic Collaboratives in India: The Power of Many

Philanthropic collaboratives account for less than one percent of total giving in India, despite their potential for addressing social challenges at scale. Bridgespan’s latest report takes an in-depth look at why and when Indian philanthropists and other stakeholders collaborate, as well as how they work together to overcome the barriers to amplifying social impact.
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Congratulations to our Fall 2019 Leadership Accelerator cohorts!

We're pleased to congratulate the 43 organizations from the United States and India that are wrapping up our Fall 2019 sessions of Achieving Strategic Clarity and Investing in Future Leaders. Teams from these organizations worked to refine their intended impact statements and theories of change or to create inclusive leadership development processes for their staff. These nonprofits join more than 100 other alumni as well as 36 new organizations that will take part in our Accelerator programs this spring. We also are excited to announce the launch of a third program in October 2020, Strengthening the Executive Team. In this program, executive teams of three to six people can refine their roles, define how they make decisions, and optimize how they spend their time together.

We currently are enrolling for Fall 2020 sessions of all three programs. If you are interested in learning more about any of our Leadership Accelerator offerings—which combine online lessons with live team discussions—please request more information.

Our Fall 2019 Participants

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