LabStorms are collaborative brainstorming sessions where a group of organizations come together to help one organization wrestle with a feedback-related challenge. They operate in Chatham House rule, meaning no information will be tied back to a particular attendee, but in these blogs we share the anonymized major learnings from each session. If you would like to participate in an upcoming LabStorm (either in person or by videoconference), please drop Annie a note at [email protected]

Measuring “community led-ness”

Alison Carlman | October 20, 2020 Community-led: Recently, the term has come to the forefront of conversations on global development, aid, and philanthropy. Many are calling for community-led solutions to societal problems. But what does community-led really mean? And according to whom? For the past several years, GlobalGiving has been studying this question, and just…

Supporting Youth Leadership

Corey Oser, Kulsoom Khan, Katie Fuhs | May 26, 2020 Global Fund for Children (Global Fund for Children) envisions a future where all children and youth are safe, strong, and valued. As a public foundation based in Washington, DC, Global Fund for Children provides flexible funding, capacity development support, and network strengthening activities to partner…

Learning in a funder collaborative

Alison Miranda | May 21, 2020 Transparency and Accountability Initiative (TAI) is a collaborative of funders committed to building a more just, equitable, and inclusive society through greater transparency, accountability, and effective participation around the globe. TAI helps its members to strengthen the impact and effectiveness of their transparency and accountability funding, and the field…