1. Feb 15, 2017

    The Power of Possibility Case Study: Seizing the Moment to Grow Scale and Transform Services

    The Power of Possibility Campaign is a joint effort by: BoardSource, The Bridgespan Group, La Piana Consulting, Lodestar Foundation, Lyda Hill, MAP for Nonprofits, and The Patterson Foundation, with additional support from The Trustees’ Philanthropy Fund of Fidelity Charitable and the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation.


  1. Jan 30, 2017

    Youth Ki Awaaz: Is Poverty More Than Just The Lack Of Money?

    The stresses of being in poverty negatively affect strategic thinking and self-regulation skills that people need in order to break the cycle of poverty. These skills, known as executive function (EF) skills, are fundamental to our ability to solve problems, to multitask, to juggle priorities, to control impulses, to delay gratification, and to persist in the pursuit of goals.

  2. Jan 20, 2017

    Mobility Mentoring®: An exploration and first translation of the Dutch practice

    How insights from brain science lead to better tackle poverty and debt

  3. Jan 19, 2017

    New York Times: Student Loan Collector Cheated Millions, Lawsuits Say

    Navient, the largest servicer of student loans in the country, handles loans for around 12 million people. A lawsuit filed on Wednesday by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and two state attorneys general claims borrowers were wrongly steered in order to drive up debts.

  4. Jan 18, 2017

    State House News Service: Lawmakers, activists outline anti-poverty measures

    Bills increasing the state’s earned income tax credit, establishing paid family and medical leave and limiting certain debt collection practices are among the measures lawmakers plan to push this session as part of what they describe as an effort to create paths out of poverty.

  5. Jan 12, 2017

    Washington Post: 5 small ways to boost your finances if you’re broke

    Track your spending. The word “budget” can make a lot of people cringe, said Carlos Moreno, a financial specialist at EMPath, a group in Boston that helps people find a way out of poverty. But it becomes easier to manage your money once you know where your cash is going, he said.