3 Radical Ideas From the Senate that Nonprofit Leaders Should Know

How can we fuel funding and innovation in the charitable sector?

Why It Matters

The charitable and nonprofit space has been thirsty for innovation for a while — but long been limited by the governmental regulations and restrictions boxing it in. Three recommendations from the Senate Special Committee on the Charitable Sector, however, could change that. Centre for Social Innovation founder and CEO Tonya Surman weighs in.

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