The home-share network is taking a philanthropic route by offering free housing for displaced people, an initiative started by Airbnb's own community that reflects a consumer desire to help those in need
Instead of simply donating money, Mastercard wants to improve financial inclusion using its wealth of data
PSFK 2017 speaker and youth marketing expert Bobby Jones discusses how brands can better incorporate social causes into their messaging
Comic Relief is combining fun with philanthropy with their new Red Nose Day Campaign that centers around their virtual swear jar app
Launching in October, "Besoin D'un Toi" helps the less fortunate to find a warm bed to sleep in for the night
Philanthropic organization Girl Effect is reaching out to young adolescents to prove that no invisible barrier can get in their way to success
SWAP Socks is a startup that sells mismatched socks, raising awareness and money for the movement to end preventable blindness
Julie Dixon of Georgetown University discusses social media's impact on philanthropy.
New York ad agency Mother, develops interactive experience that uses game mechanics to raise funds.
Julie Dixon explores how our networks are impacting the way people engage with important causes.