Technology and the Nonprofit: A Blog Roundup from Stanford Social Innovation Review

This post is by guest blogger Mary Harrison, Stanford student and Stanford Social Innovation Review intern.

The field of technology is one important area of successful partnerships between nonprofits and businesses. Health care, education, and banking are three sectors that are currently using groundbreaking technology partnerships between businesses and nonprofits.

These technologies are often very simple and inexpensive but can make an extraordinary impact in people’s lives. Nonprofit/business partnerships can provide benefits to both organizations involved.

Here are some recent Stanford Social Innovation Review blogs that have been written about innovative partnerships. Continue reading

Tips for Nonprofits: 5 Keys to Working With Corporate Partners

Because nonprofit managers are unaccustomed to corporate presence, nonprofit-business partnerships remain notoriously difficult. Still, there is no question that there are ways to succeed and that success often takes nonprofits to previously unimagined levels of impact. Indeed, there are enough successes (and failures) to identify five strategies that help ensure, not only that partnerships will not fall apart, but that they truly magnify the social sector impact. Continue reading