Let's Talk Levers: Volunteerism
Volunteerism is defined as providing voluntary skilled or unskilled labor.
Let's Talk Levers: Advocacy
Asserting individual or brand leadership to defend or support a cause or policy, either in the public sphere (e.g.: legislation) or private sphere (e.g.: trade association statement).
Let's Talk Levers: Sustainability
Tracking environmental impact and holding teams accountable to meaningful environmental stewardship.
Let's Talk Levers: Supply Chain
Advancing social and environmental goals and prioritizing mission-aligned vendors.
Let's Talk Levers: In-Kind
For businesses, donating non-monetary contributions of beneficial goods or services.
Let's Talk Levers: Community
Leveraging your organization’s power to engage people in person or online and mobilizing this audience to serve a social impact goal.
Let's Talk Levers: Cash
Flexing your dollars to benefit social impact, for example: 501(c)3 donations (including matching funds), 501(c)4 political contributions, or spending money with a values aligned business.
Let's Talk Levers: Activation
For nonprofits, programmatic and educational work related to your core mission, and the reason you exist as a nonprofit.
Let's Talk Levers: Employee Initiatives
Taking “above and beyond” company action to support employees and their families.
Let's Talk Levers: DEI
Including programs and policies that support diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Let's Talk Levers: Partnerships
When nonprofits and businesses collaborate to create social impact value that one could not achieve without the other.
Let's Talk Levers: Fundraising
Generating funds to support nonprofit work.
Let's Talk Levers: Sales
Selling products or services that inherently support social impact objectives.
Let's Talk Levers: Impact Investing
Using the corpus of a fund or other working capital to invest in mission-aligned for-profit businesses.
Measuring Your Impact In Multiple Dimensions: A Data Webinar for Nonprofit Professionals
A Data Webinar for Nonprofit Professionals Learn how leveling up your data can help your nonprofit organization make better decisions, communicate more effectively with funders and key stakeholders, and improve our world. Presented by Ethos Tracking, a powerful new data management tool for companies, foundations, and nonprofits. Featuring: Emily Kane Miller, CEO of Ethos Giving and creator of Ethos Tracking In conversation with: • Danielle Ames Spivak, CEO of American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic • Neda Renee Kellogg, Executive Director, Project DIVA International