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Harnessing the Disruptive Forces

According to the Alliance for Children and Families’ report Disruptive Forces: Driving a Human Services Revolution, nonprofit fundraising will shift to an investment paradigm. Within individual giving, this force is manifesting in the minds of millennials.

Issue 3 — 2013

To get noticed on New York’s busy streets, a sign will not do—you need a choir of elementary students and teenage dance crews. To jump out on Facebook news feeds, you need more than a picture of a homeless shelter—you need kids in crazy hats and a herd of pets. Nonprofits are starting movements by leading with the cause.

Issue 2 — 2013

Of the six transformative shifts identified in the Alliance for Children and Families’ report, Disruptive Forces: Driving A Human Services Revolution, none has provoked as much skepticism or controversy among Alliance members as Information Liberation.

Issue 1 — 2013

The Alliance for Children and Families’ report, Disruptive Forces: Driving A Human Services Revolution, forecasts that funders will drive the quest for greater impact at lower costs.

Issue 3 — 2012

The Alliance for Children and Families report Disruptive Forces: Driving A Human Services Revolution warns its readers: “Those who choose to ignore these forces will be unlikely to survive.” By ignoring the need to purposefully experiment, organizations have a tremendous amount to lose; likewise, if they embrace it and drive change, they have a tremendous amount to gain. Several Alliance members have established a culture attune to innovation and technology, change, and risk taking.

Issue 2 — 2012

Available for download after completing a short form, this report strives to:

  • Create a vision for the nonprofit human services sector during the next three to five years
  • Identify disruptive forces that will fundamentally change and transform the nonprofit human services sector
  • Spotlight actions required to preserve quality services within the boundaries of anticipated fiscal and other challenges

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