Guest Blog – Amber Smith

It is rare that a nonprofit has the opportunity to benefit from both resources and talents of their grantors. The… Continue Reading >

Vivisum Welcomes Kelly Phoenix

Welcome Kelly Phoenix I am both delighted and thankful for the opportunity to join the Vivisum Partners family as Senior… Continue Reading >

Vivisum Arts Scholarship: Courtney Campbell

Courtney Campbell, a high school sophomore from Florida, received Vivisum’s arts scholarship to attend the Commercial Dance Intensive at the… Continue Reading >

Gratefulness in the workplace

Here on the Vivisum blog we often talk about meditation and recognizing what happening in the present. The entire idea… Continue Reading >

Skip Yoga Class and Get to Work

Are you miserable in your job? Hold this picture in your mind for a minute: 30 bodies are packed into… Continue Reading >

Meaningful Work and Working Meaningfully

Meaningful work is a very vague term. For many, it is tied to influencing humanity and the world in a… Continue Reading >

Cancer Made Me a Better Leader

When I was diagnosed with cancer 10 years ago, I’m pretty sure my doctor didn’t say, ‘Congratulations! You’ve been given… Continue Reading >

How Measuring Social Impact Can Cause Inaction

Durham, the middle child of “The Triangle”. There is so much potential in Durham, some of it already realized and… Continue Reading >

Was Steve Jobs Wrong About Great Products?

Steve Jobs famously said, ‘If you keep your eye on the profit, you’re going to skimp on the product. But… Continue Reading >

Announcing the Recipient of the 2014 Meaningful Work Grant

Vivisum Partners and Nourish International are thrilled to announce their partnership for the 2014 Meaningful Work Grant. The Grant, sponsored… Continue Reading >