WASHINGTON, Apr. 15 /CSRwire/ –


The Case Foundation has partnered with graduate students from American University’s Social Enterprise program to social sector leaders in an effort to learn about their approaches to creating change within communities.


The will reveal key trends in innovation, experimentation and risk-taking to better understand the state of the social sector today.  The Case Foundation will use data from this survey to measure the landscape of fearlessness in the social sector as it works with partners to make big bets, experiment early and often, make failure matter, reach beyond our bubble, and let urgency conquer fear – pillars of the Foundation’s Be Fearless campaign . Respondents will provide feedback on the social sector landscape and offer specific ideas to help foundations and nonprofits embrace a more fearless approach to their work.


The survey targets executives and staff at nonprofit organizations and foundations across the United States. Respondents are asked to complete the 15-minute survey by Tuesday, April 30, 2013 .

About the Case Foundation

Established by Jean and Steve Case in 1997, the Case Foundation invests in people and ideas that can change the world. In our efforts to address social challenges, we unite the principles of entrepreneurship, innovation and technology to identify, test, prove and scale ideas and models designed to create exponential impact. For more information, visit www.casefoundation.org , follow us at twitter.com/casefoundation and facebook.com/casefoundation .

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