Category Archives: Impact Investing

Buying a stairway to heaven | UK Fundraising

A growing number of philanthropists are earmarking portions of their “get into heaven” money towards new investment vehicles offering perpetual impact in causes they believe in and that will build lasting legacies for their efforts. Daring to be different, these

Buying a stairway to heaven | UK Fundraising

A growing number of philanthropists are earmarking portions of their “get into heaven” money towards new investment vehicles offering perpetual impact in causes they believe in and that will build lasting legacies for their efforts. Daring to be different, these

Investing for Impact with Program-Related Investments | Stanford Social Innovation Review

A report on strategic investing at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Source: Investing for Impact with Program-Related Investments | Stanford Social Innovation Review The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the world’s largest family foundation, is also one of the

Investing for Impact with Program-Related Investments | Stanford Social Innovation Review

A report on strategic investing at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Source: Investing for Impact with Program-Related Investments | Stanford Social Innovation Review The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the world’s largest family foundation, is also one of the

Bridging the Gap: Impact Investment Supply and Demand in the Chicago Region | Connections | PND

The gap between the demand for and supply of impact investment capital in the Chicagoland area is as much as $100 million, a figure that could rise to $400 million in coming years, a report from the John D. and

Bridging the Gap: Impact Investment Supply and Demand in the Chicago Region | Connections | PND

The gap between the demand for and supply of impact investment capital in the Chicagoland area is as much as $100 million, a figure that could rise to $400 million in coming years, a report from the John D. and

Annual Impact Investor Survey 2016 | The GIIN

Source: Annual Impact Investor Survey 2016 | The GIIN The sixth edition of the Annual Impact Investor Survey is based on an analysis of the activities of 158 of the world’s leading impact investing organizations, including fund managers, foundations, banks,

Annual Impact Investor Survey 2016 | The GIIN

Source: Annual Impact Investor Survey 2016 | The GIIN The sixth edition of the Annual Impact Investor Survey is based on an analysis of the activities of 158 of the world’s leading impact investing organizations, including fund managers, foundations, banks,

Foundation CEOs Struggle to Boost Mission Investing – The Chronicle of Philanthropy

The pressure for strong financial returns continues to overshadow efforts to do good by reallocating portfolios. Source: Foundation CEOs Struggle to Boost Mission Investing – The Chronicle of Philanthropy

Foundation CEOs Struggle to Boost Mission Investing – The Chronicle of Philanthropy

The pressure for strong financial returns continues to overshadow efforts to do good by reallocating portfolios. Source: Foundation CEOs Struggle to Boost Mission Investing – The Chronicle of Philanthropy

Small charities stumped over Social Impact Bonds | UK Fundraising

Social Impact Bonds are little understood and therefore being under-utilised by small charities according to this quarter’s Small Charity Index from the Foundation for Social Improvement (FSI). The report questioned 316 respondents between the 1st March 2016 and the 22nd

Small charities stumped over Social Impact Bonds | UK Fundraising

Social Impact Bonds are little understood and therefore being under-utilised by small charities according to this quarter’s Small Charity Index from the Foundation for Social Improvement (FSI). The report questioned 316 respondents between the 1st March 2016 and the 22nd

Where’s the Community Accountability in Impact Investing? | Non Profit News For Nonprofit Organizations | Nonprofit Quarterly

In this “Voices from the Field,” Pi Investments’ Morgan Simon considers whether the drive for global scale in impact investment will leave silent the people who will be affected by the social enterprises being funded. Source: Where’s the Community Accountability

Where’s the Community Accountability in Impact Investing? | Non Profit News For Nonprofit Organizations | Nonprofit Quarterly

In this “Voices from the Field,” Pi Investments’ Morgan Simon considers whether the drive for global scale in impact investment will leave silent the people who will be affected by the social enterprises being funded. Source: Where’s the Community Accountability

How the Ethereum blockchain is helping fund a cure for HIV

The HEAL Alliance which is the non-profit behind HEAL Bond on Blockchain hopes it will raise $10bn. Source: How the Ethereum blockchain is helping fund a cure for HIV

How the Ethereum blockchain is helping fund a cure for HIV

The HEAL Alliance which is the non-profit behind HEAL Bond on Blockchain hopes it will raise $10bn. Source: How the Ethereum blockchain is helping fund a cure for HIV

A $100 Million Impact Investment Made Easy – Penta Daily – Barrons.com

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur and Calvert foundations in Chicago hope to introduce the public to impact investing with a $20 minimum investment in a do-good fixed-income instrument. Source: A $100 Million Impact Investment Made Easy – Penta

A $100 Million Impact Investment Made Easy – Penta Daily – Barrons.com

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur and Calvert foundations in Chicago hope to introduce the public to impact investing with a $20 minimum investment in a do-good fixed-income instrument. Source: A $100 Million Impact Investment Made Easy – Penta

A $100 Million Impact Investment Made Easy – Penta Daily – Barrons.com

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur and Calvert foundations in Chicago hope to introduce the public to impact investing with a $20 minimum investment in a do-good fixed-income instrument. Source: A $100 Million Impact Investment Made Easy – Penta

A $100 Million Impact Investment Made Easy – Penta Daily – Barrons.com

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur and Calvert foundations in Chicago hope to introduce the public to impact investing with a $20 minimum investment in a do-good fixed-income instrument. Source: A $100 Million Impact Investment Made Easy – Penta