ENGAGE | Experiential Workshop at Stanford Social Innovation Review’s Nonprofit Management Institute “Bridging the Divide”

On September 13, join us in person at Stanford Social Innovation Review’s Nonprofit Management Institute to learn about the research, conditions, and real-life practices behind our deeply rooted human propensity for connection. The conversation and workshop are led by our very own Executive Director Jennifer Hoos Rothberg and our partners: Lennon Flowers, co-founder of The People’s Supper, and Jason Marsh, Executive Director at UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science.

WATCH | How Do You Love Somebody Who Hates You?

In partnership with Starts With Us, Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis takes us on a radical journey to fierce love and discusses the importance of loving the humanity of everybody.

READ | How Philanthropy Can Support National Service in America

Michael Smith, CEO of AmeriCorps, shares his vision for national service in our country and how funders can support the federal agency’s priorities.

LISTEN | How to Get Kids Thinking About What It Means to Be a Good Citizen

A primer from Life Kit on how to talk to your children about politics and get them to think about civics.

WATCH | How to Get to Know Someone Deeply

David Brooks, journalist and founder of Weave: The Social Fabric Project, spoke at the 2022 Aspen Ideas Festival on how to build trust in an age of distrust. He shared three tips on how to get to know someone deeply.

READ | The Paradigm Shift to Early Relational Health

Zero to Three published a new resource that explains the paradigm shift within child development and health that is focusing on the centrality of relationships under the banner of early relational health.

READ | Will Pluralism Solve America’s Problems?

In an op-ed, Uma Viswanathan, Executive Director of New Pluralists, explains how philanthropy can help bridge the divides in the U.S. by fostering pluralism in its grantmaking and respect for disagreement.