Global Impact: Managing Corporate Giving Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Global Impact is a United States signed up non-profit organisation dedicated to 'assuring aid for the world's most vulnerable'. Representing more than 50 of the most respected US-based global charities, consisting of CARE, Doctors Without Borders/Medecins Sans Frontiere, and World Vision, it raises funds for its charity members in workplaces across the US and overseas. Facing a decrease in giving campaigns in the early 1990s, Global Impact increased its focus on private sector and corporate giving.

The case examines how this non-profit organisation re-positioned itself in between the corporate world and the global charity neighborhood, developing services to fulfill the requirements of its brand-new private sector-based donors, while continuing to serve its total not-for-profit objective. Between 1995 and 2006, its charity incomes grew from $6 million to $141 million. The case starts in 1993 as a new CEO is hired, and the governing Board transitions from one dominated by charity member representatives, to one with broader economic sector representation.


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