Social Finance and Bank of America November 7, 2018
With the recent movement around outcomes, nonprofits are being asked to use data—and where possible, evidence on the impact of their programming—to create a new kind of narrative around their organizations’ results.
As it grows, the industry continues to grapple with the challenge of impact reporting. Investors are increasingly seeking information about the measurable impact of their dollars, which drives the fundamental question how do practitioners accurately measure the impact of an investment?
Social Finance offers active performance management as a stand-alone service to governments and service providers that are looking for more rigorous data-driven insight, monitoring, and improved efficiency from their programs.
An accidental entrepreneur, Tracy Palandijan left the private sector to co-found Social Finance. The nonprofit is building a new model to finance social change, enlisting private capital and rallying uncommon partners around a common cause: results for our most vulnerable communities. This talk was given at a TEDx event.
Sorenson Impact Center and Social Finance July 12, 2018
The Sorenson Impact Center and Social Finance have re-opened their nationwide competition to develop Pay for Success (PFS) projects that expand high-impact social interventions and measurably improve the lives of those in need.