Welcome to the Project on Social Innovation, an online hub for social innovation from the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard Kennedy School.
The Family Independence Initiative shifts responsibility for change to those who experience poverty.
Wraparound Milwaukee is a unique system of care that provides comprehensive, highly individualized, family-directed services to youth with serious emotional and mental health needs and their families.
Mobilize .org is improving democracy by igniting civic activism among the Millenial generation through savvy use of digital media and investing in Millennial-driven solutions.
United Way Worldwide CEO Brian Gallagher is working to shift the United Way network from the country’s most successful fundraising organization into an army of community change agents.
Through its Fresh Food Financing Initiative, The Reinvestment Fund and The Food Trust have provided capital improvement loans and grants to support 88 new or refurbished groceries in local food deserts.
The New York City Center for Economic Opportunity’s innovation fund seeks out and funds innovative, performance-driven initiatives to help lift families and individuals out of poverty, placing an emphasis on personal responsibility.
The L.A. Urban League partnered its resources with those of chief of police, superintendent of schools and mayor to transform public problem solving in the Park Mesa Heights neighborhood
Greyston Bakery combines deep local understanding and high expectations to help individuals enter mainstream employment markets.