The Accountability Lab works to encourage a world in which resources are used wisely, decisions benefit everyone fairly, and people lead secure lives.
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 Corey a note via [email protected]
The Transparency and Accountability Initiative (TAI) is a collaborative of leading funders of transparency, accountability, and civic participation (TAP) interventions around the world.
Polaris uses data-driven strategies to prevent and disrupt human trafficking, a $150 billion industry that affects 25 million people worldwide.
VocalEyes is a digital platform to turn ideas into action. A hub for community organizing, community members can gather, suggest new ideas for projects or policy, prioritize and debate them.
Stemming from the traditions of oral history, Memria is a software and services company that has been built to complement existing tools used by nonprofits, advocacy organizations, libraries, and other institutions to enhance their story collection abilities.
The Siegel Family Endowment (SFE) has a relationship-driven approach to grant making. They commit to collaboration with their grantees: beginning each grant cycle co-creating an engagement process, writing the proposal with Program Officers, and facilitating three touch points for feedback throughout the grant period.
Homelessness is a complex problem. In New York City alone there are 128,000 people experiencing homelessness and another 4 million are living below the poverty line. A wide range of city and nonprofit service providers work to …
With hundreds of thousands of effective nonprofits doing good work
In June 2015, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released a flood of information on US nonprofits by making electroni
200 million people in the United States – which includes about 80% of the adult population – are affected by complex health issues. Millions of patients and families deal with the difficult choices surrounding chronic and terminal health…