It’s simple. First, sign up to join. Second, we follow up with you to better understand your interests and skills. We then share curated opportunities to work with social ventures. If you elect to participate, share your knowledge and scale their impact. You participate via:
Focused, 90-minute workshops in which 3-6 purpose-driven leaders interact with and advise social ventures on overcoming specific challenges or seizing opportunities.
Deep Dive Projects
Deeper engagements lasting 3-months in which 2-5 purpose-driven leaders collaborate with social ventures to scale and accelerate impact.
Collaborate with virtual communities to develop actions or explore issues. Also access our online resource center.
Apply your skills, insights and connections to a cause of your choice, leveraging what you uniquely offer. We vet the social ventures.
Engagements take as little as 90 minutes, and you can give as much time as you want.
Build new connections and networks
Collaborate with social innovators andpurpose-driven leaders eager to create a better world.
Learn about impact.
Build your own knowledge bank through specially designedlearning events and participating in our platforms to exchange knowledge.
Build the movement towards a new knowledge economy, whereknowledge is shared freely for social good.
Hear from our Knowledge Partners
“It's been a great learning experience. This role has allowed me to meet amazing and very talented people. I’ve also had the unique opportunity to share knowledge, and give my time back, to generate positive impact while supporting organizations around the world.”
VP Finance and operations its infocom
"I think the most important thing in social impact work is to have an ecosystem of supporters around you: To have mentors, advisors, people who are willing to open doors. You can't do this alone, and particularly if you're taking on a really ambitious goal of making a major change in the world or solving one of the world's big problems. Finding your allies who can be a partner with you in making that vision a reality is so critical.”
Founder and CEO, Dignity Fund
"When we are huddled together working on our project Education For Employment, we share our experience and we don’t try to prescribe because at the end of the day, their business is very complex. We share with them what we know and what our experiences are, and they must find their own way.”