Peter Panepento

How Can Nonprofits Collaborate More Effectively?

Nonprofits can't solve big problems on their own.

They need partners. realizes this -- and it partnered with Turn Two Communications, Stanford Social Innovation Review, and scores of local and national nonprofits to lead a conversation about how the field can more actively pursue collaborations. Logo

After meeting with nonprofit and business leaders and hearing their stories, we've been struck by a number of examples of charities that are partnering with companies and with organizations outside of their missions to achieve some impressive results.

Unfortunately, many of these innovative collaborations are happening by chance.

But they don't have to. and Turn Two are just two examples of organizations and companies that are finding ways to bring groups together around shared goals.

You can learn more about collaboration by watching's video series -- and by checking out my piece in Stanford Social Innovation Review.