6 Reasons You’ll Love Our Newest Online Resource

Welcome! We’re really happy you found our Learn Library. Here are six reasons to stay and explore.


If you are visiting GlobalGiving’s newest online resource, the Learn Library, it probably means you want to make the world a better place, just like us.

It’s extremely hard work (we know), but Learn makes it easier. In 2002, GlobalGiving created the first crowdfunding community for nonprofits, donors, and companies, and we’ve been learning ever since. Learning is a vital, never-ending endeavor, and we believe we’re better off when we do it together.

That’s why Learn is now part of GlobalGiving.

Our community is so diverse—with people and projects in nearly every country in the world. Together, we’re finding local solutions to global problems in education, human rights, animal welfare, environmental conservation, and lots of other areas. We’ve found one thing to be true across all sectors: the most effective organizations are always learning. Organizations that listen to the people they serve, act on what they hear by testing new ideas, and learn from their results become more impactful than those that don’t.

On Learn, you will find free tips, tools, and resources for impacting the causes that matter to you. You’ll find stories about successes—and failures. You’ll find wisdom and inspiration from your peers on topics that you care about, including fundraising, technology, marketing, and nonprofit management. Hopefully, you’ll visit often and help Learn grow.

In honor of our 2017 grand opening, check out six features you’ll love on GlobalGiving’s Learn:

    1. Tools

    Save time with this collection of free, downloadable resources for nonprofits, including a budgeting template, fundraising calendar, and sample press release, just to name a few. Explore now.

    2. Success Stories

    A cyclist who battled steep mountain passes to raise money for survivors of a deadly 6.2-magnitude earthquake in Italy. A company that helped a chimp escape his fate in the illegal meat trade. A group of women artisans who mastered crowdfunding to take their goods beyond the Sacred Valley of Peru. You inspire us every day! Now there’s a dedicated place to shout about your earth-changing generosity, passion, and ideas. Explore now.

    3. GG Test Lab

    GlobalGiving is committed to testing theories in aid and philanthropy, so our partners can focus on feeding the hungry, building houses, and hundreds of other amazing things. Check our Test Lab for the latest learnings from around the world (like what Gram Vikas Trust learned from a simple, three-question survey of girls with new bicycles). Explore now.

    4. Tips + Viewpoints

    Get advice on topics that matter to nonprofits, companies, and donors in 170+ countries around the world—from myths about millennial donors to the newest research in employee engagement. And hear directly from the best innovators in the social sector in our Viewpoints series. Explore now.

    5. Videos

    Visit our video library to find short webinars on fundraising, social media, marketing, and more. You’ll find fun stuff, too—like this TEDx video where our co-founder admits he failed before he finally understood philanthropy’s missing piece. Explore now.

    6. Giving Tips

    Whether you are a first-time donor, veteran grantmaker, or budding corporate philanthropist, giving to local projects anywhere in the world should be fun, safe, and easy. That’s why we’re rounding up tips for people who want to make the world a better place, including a growing collection of resources for and from our corporate partners. Explore now.

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