The Impact Library is a digital platform where students, development practitioners, and others interested in the social impact sphere can access blog posts, toolkits, case studies, podcasts, and other resources.
Curated by the Clinton Foundation and its partners, the Impact Library focuses on measurement and data, and content is sourced from respected leaders in the nonprofit, philanthropic, private, and public sectors. With an increasingly large body of literature being created by these partners and others active in the social sector, the Impact Library aims to provide a space where some of the best findings and observations can be shared.
Users are invited to:
Search for resources by browsing or using the search function to filter by thematic area or keyword(s)
Suggest new resources to be included in the Library by submitting resources that they or their organizations have authored or that they have found particularly useful in their work
Sign up for the newsletter to receive periodic updates about new and featured resources
Provide feedback about how we can improve the Library using the feedback form at the footer of each page
All of us at the Clinton Foundation hope that the Impact Library will serve as a useful and engaging addition to existing resources—and that it will be one more place to access, explore, and learn more about the evolving topic areas of the social impact space.