In the beginning, it sounded like yet another technology “solution” to an age-old nonprofit problem: Recruiting and matching volunteers. But then GivePulse did something different: It stopped focusing on nonprofits and started focusing on volunteers. Read More
Profiles of the people to know in local philanthropy and social good.
This article first appeared on July 14, 2015, on the blog of the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation, a leading Austin-based foundation focused on transforming the lives of children living in urban poverty. Since the Read More
“There’s a heart to The Chive,” says Brian Mercedes, executive director of Chive Charities. Scroll through The Chive on any given day and you’re bound to see cute animals stirring up trouble, women in bikinis, Read More
This article first appeared on July 7, 2015, on the blog of the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation, a leading Austin-based foundation focused on transforming the lives of children living in urban poverty. Since Read More
Imagine an Austin without live theater, the kind that feels experimental, new, less polished but full of talent and heart. Even if you haven’t attended a live theater performance in a while, you probably wouldn’t Read More
Austin-based singer/songwriter, musician and vocalist Sara Hickman contributed this “Why I Give” essay for a 2009 issue of GivingCity Austin. “When they weren’t playing bridge, my two Southern grandmothers spent their free time volunteering in Read More