Combining work, school, and play with sports-stadium jobs that earn college tuition.
The Center for Urban Families
Melissa Langsam Braunstein
The Center for Urban Families is helping fathers step up.
Wielding the Profit Motive Against Poverty
In The Business Solution to Poverty, entrepreneur Paul Polak and marketing guru Mal Warwick turn development upside down by suggesting that multinational businesses shouldn’t think of the poor as victims, but rather as potential customers.
Supporting a Dynamic Marketplace for Human Prosperity
The transcript of the speech given by Alicia Manning, Director of New Citizen Programs at the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, at the Roundtable event entitled "How and Why Free-Market Public-Policy Donors Give to Charities That Help the Poor."
How Pete Peterson's donations are helping Washington find budget balance.
Anybody Interested in Nation-changing Philanthropy?
Help veterans with disabilities stand on their own.
Work as Priority
In a Q&A, trustee Don Weinberg describes why work takes priority in the Weinberg Foundation's anti-poverty efforts.
From Homeless to Employed
In a Q&A, the founder of one of today’s most effective anti-poverty programs gets down to business
Don't Disable Wounded Veterans With Money
Philanthropists who want to help must consider long-term incentives and put self-reliance at the heart of their giving, explains LTC Daniel Gade.
Questions on “Economic Opportunity” Philanthropy
What exactly is "economic opportunity philanthropy?" The Philanthropy Roundtable is asking some committed donors.
A Stimulus That Works
A 2009 Roundtable report on philanthropic strategies for boosting entrepreneurship