Nonprofits and new age philanthropy…Dawn of an era

The nonprofit sector in the US is very fragmented. GuideStar estimates as of July 2015, more than 1.5 million nonprofits were registered with the IRS as tax-exempt, not including 6000 nonprofits not registered with IRS which are included in GuideStar database. Continue reading “Nonprofits and new age philanthropy…Dawn of an era”

Catalytic Philanthropy…Siebel and Project Meth…

I came across this piece of information while I was reading the report on Catalytic Philanthropy by Mark R. Kramer and this article is derivative of the mentioned report. The article stunned me about the social impact brought about by Thomas Siebel whose foresight, tenacity and wisdom are instrumental in bringing about a paramount change in the lives of substance abuse in the United States especially teenagers.  It is dedicated to youth around the world especially in America, to Thomas Siebel for his wisdom and compassion for identifying the problem and launching Project Meth.  Finally, to millions of parents, friends around the world who lost someone close to them to substance abuse.  Continue reading “Catalytic Philanthropy…Siebel and Project Meth…”

Articles….Coming Up

Over the next few weeks, I would be writing round the clock. I will try to publish as many articles as I can. I got so caught up with the job search that I could not write and I am really passionate about writing. Keep reading…

Social Impact, Southern States and Southern Hospitality

I always wanted to write for a long time on substance abuse. It’s a global problem and needs to be addressed with renewed focus and vigor. Under social impact section, I have written articles on charter schools in the US and published an article here. Charter schools performance is very varied across states in the US  with Denver, Colorado leading the way. Continue reading “Social Impact, Southern States and Southern Hospitality”