Stella Lutalo and PELUM Uganda come back to Spring
Building on Financial Resilience towards a more powerful future
How to Build a Fire: A Message from Ellen
Becoming Spring: Mountains, Movements and More
A Message from our founder and CEO,
Count Me In: Money & Movements April 2018, Naivasha, Kenya
How to explore, innovate and respond more pro-actively to emerging trends? How do you plan for the future?
My Financial Innovation & Resilience Journey: Htar Htar, Akhaya Women
Htar Htar is the founder of Akhaya Women in Myamar. Akhaya Women is at the forefront of women and gender work in Myanmar. Their work started as the formation of small mothers’ and women’s groups to learn about child development and sexuality and has evolved to include education programs about harassment and reproductive health.
Htar Htar attended Spring’s Financial Resilience Intensive in Bangkok, October 2018
An interview with Silvana Margriet Paath about the impact of the facilitation intensive
Silvana Margriet Paath is the Southeast Asia Advocacy Officer for Sustainable Diets at Hivos Southeast Asia. She is also a graduate of Spring's High Impact Facilitation Intensive.
Wilson Matekenya talks about the impact of the High Impact Facilitation Intensive
In our series of interviews with past participants of our programs, we discuss the ways their work has evolved following the training and support.
My Financial Innovation & Resilience Journey: Donna McSkimming
We interviewed Donna McSkimming in December 2018 when she was the Program Director at the International Women’s Development Agency. IWDA works to advance and protect the rights of women and girls, with the vision that one day gender equality will be achieved for all.
She attended Spring’s Financial Resilience Intensive in Bangkok, October 2018.
10 things progressive funders must learn from conservative ones, or we are all screwed
A must read article with 10 points of what progressive funders can learn from conservative funder.
A new grantmaking approach is needed—one that provides enough money for nonprofits to pay for all their operations, not just programs and services. The first step toward achieving that is for grantmakers to realize that different types of nonprofits have different cost structures.