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The Smallest One Becomes A Thousand

The impact of your generosity is multiplying, from life to life to life across Egypt.

So what kind of return on investment do you reap when you build into the lives of Egyptian child laborers? I was just in Cairo and saw the results myself.

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Haskell to Present at the Rising Global Peace Forum in Coventry, UK

David Haskell of Dreams InDeed will present “Community Cohesion in Hard Places” at the Rising Global Peace Forum 2016 on November 15-16. David will feature the impact of Joy of Giving, a visionary volunteer youth movement transcending sectarian conflict in Lebanon.

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Stanford Webinar Features Dreams InDeed’s Principles

SSIR Live! webinars feature Stanford Social Innovation Review‘s “most provocative and important topics.” Dreams InDeed’s networked approach is one of those.

With over 887 people signed up for this March 22 webinar, interest is trending on how to weave and lead networks to multiply mission impact. This is more than double the usual number of registrants on SSIR webinars. See the Network Leader Roadmap.
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Stanford Peace Innovation Lab – Berlin to Feature Dreams InDeed

“Fully booked with standing room only.” That’s the up-date we just received from the Stanford Peace Innovation Lab in Berlin.

Little did we know how poignantly relevant our topic would be when we agreed to be featured.

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Haskell to Spotlight Values at Berkeley Haas School and Finding Light in Dark Places at Los Angeles Event

Despite the headlines, positive social change is happening in some of the hardest places in the Middle East. The central place of values in these social ventures will be showcased at two events this April.

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Haskell to Spotlight Values at Oxford and Berkeley

There’s plenty of buzz in the field of social entrepreneurship on creating value, achieving impact, and leveraging scale. Less attention is focused on taking a solid stand on the bedrock of defined and practiced core values yet a growing body of research evidence makes a definitive case that the consistent practice of core values is a primary driver of enterprise outcomes.

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Dreaming of Synergy: Leverage for Impact Beyond Our Success



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Haskell Chairs AUB Social Enterprise Panel in Beirut

Can social enterprises really serve people and steward the planet, while still turning a profit? We sure think so. Even in hard places in turmoil? Yes.

Visionary practitioners are showing how. Continue reading Haskell Chairs AUB Social Enterprise Panel in Beirut

Too Weak to Fail: Haskell at Berkeley and Duke

If you feel dwarfed by the social challenge you’re tackling, then you’re in good company.

This April, UC Berkeley Haas and Duke Fuqua Schools of Business hosted David Haskell to present on the paradoxical power of weakness to leverage mission impact.  But Berkeley and Duke graduate students are anything but weak.  These MBA programs rank among the top ten worldwide for social entrepreneurship and nonprofit management. Continue reading Too Weak to Fail: Haskell at Berkeley and Duke

Synergizing Dreams and Talent

Dreams InDeed hosted a conflict resolution practitioner in Amman, Jordan from December 9 to 11 to convene with a community mobilization expert.  Bringing formidable experience to the table, each collaborated with Dreams InDeed staff to design a Participatory Rapid Appraisal (PRA) for an at-risk community. Continue reading Synergizing Dreams and Talent

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