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Program Spotlight: New Pathways for Youth

By Common Impact Guest Blogger | Sep 22, 2016

We're excited to highlight an inspiring project with a talented team from Charles Schwab and its nonprofit partner, New Pathways for Youth (NPFY), who empower youth to fulfill their

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Bridging the Nonprofit Leadership Gap

By Danielle Holly | Sep 14, 2016

Most of us in and around the social sector have been exposed to the capacity gap that nonprofits confront.  On average, nonprofits spend less – often far less –

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Engaging Remote Employees

By Danielle Holly | May 17, 2016

We all recognize that today’s workforce is increasingly virtual and global.  Indeed, up to 90% of the US workforce reports working out of the office at least part

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Unlocking Purpose and Profit

By Danielle Holly | Apr 20, 2016

We have all seen corporate community engagement undergo a transformation in the past 20 years.  Through the 1990’s a company’s engagement strategy was largely driven by compliance,

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Impact Inspirations: Capital Good Fund

By Molly Weinstein | Jan 29, 2016

We’re excited to bring you a brand new blog series Impact Inspirations, where we will be spotlighting our most inspiring skills-based volunteering projects! To kick us off, we

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Our Fall Reading List

By Danielle Holly | Sep 13, 2014

The air is getting crisp here at Common Impact's home base in New England, and it's starting to be that time of year where there's nothing we

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Lessons from the Social Sector

Lessons from the Social Sector

By Danielle Holly | Sep 10, 2014

While the ideas of cross-sector collaboration and shared value have been popular for a while --  indeed, so popular that they are in danger of being oversubscribed and overused

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Let’s Give Volunteering A Facelift!

By Danielle Holly | Aug 22, 2014

(Originally posted to Business Doing Good, 4.10.14)  What image comes to your mind when you think of employee volunteerism? Perhaps a team of smiling people at a local shelter in

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