Impact Investments, Children & Families, Workforce & Economic Mobility, Health, Homelessness & Housing

For our team at Social Finance, 2022 has been a year of focus and execution. From California to Alaska to Florida, we expanded our portfolio of impact investments and advisory work.

This year, we significantly grew our efforts to improve health outcomes for children and families—for example, through our Pay for Success project with New Castle County, Delaware. We also advanced our economic mobility portfolio through initiatives like the New Jersey Pay It Forward Program and investments with training programs for diesel technicians, clinical research coordinators, and software engineers. Hear about the impact of this work firsthand from Paul, a recent graduate of our Alchemy Code Lab Career Impact Bond:

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To those who know us well: We are deeply grateful to be on this journey with you. Thank you for your partnership. To those who are getting to know us: We look forward to connecting with you in the year to come.

Best wishes for a happy and healthy holiday season from the Social Finance team.

Tracy Palandjian
CEO and Co-Founder

Google Career Certificates Fund
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The $100 Million Google Career Certificates Fund

We’re managing the investment program for the $100 million Google Career Certificates Fund. The program aims to empower more than 20,000 learners to realize over $1 billion in wage gains.

Boosting Childhood Health in Connecticut
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Boosting Childhood Health in Connecticut

We continue to support the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood as they work to improve child and family health through performance-based contracts—especially for home visiting.

2022 Highlights

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Related Insight

Investing in Skill Building: The Career Impact Bond
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Investing in Skill Building: The Career Impact Bond

An FJC donor is putting philanthropic dollars to work by investing in economic mobility for low-income workers. The initiative is called the UP Fund, a $50 million pool of catalytic capital raised by Social Finance.

FJC–A Foundation of Philanthropic Funds