Is there a market for lowering turnover in small and mid-sized businesses? Last year, a partnership in New York City—including the NYC Center for Youth Employment, JobsFirstNYC, and Social Finance, with funding from the Rockefeller Foundation and The Pinkerton Foundation—set out to answer that question.
This post is part of our Social Enterprise Initiative 25th anniversary blog series, which highlights some of the faculty, staff, students, and alumni who have been a part of SEI throughout the years. In this post, Tracy Palandjian (MBA 1997) discusses the ways in which she and her organization are pursuing social impact.
Social Finance has built a unique niche in the impact investing ecosystem since our founding in 2011. In pioneering Pay for Success, we’ve developed a high-impact investment tool that we believe can guide the way as the field considers what true impact looks like and how to measure it.
Find out how DCF used Pay for Success to improve outcomes for Connecticut families and how you can tap into a new federal program that provides $100 million to support new state and local Pay for Success initiatives.
The U.S. Department of Treasury released a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for up to $66.3M in funding for state and local Pay for Success projects. To help governments prepare an application for Results Act funds, we are hosting the Results Act Incubator, which will provide free technical assistance to up to four government partners interested in accessing this funding....
We are excited to announce the launch of our Results Act Incubator, which will provide free technical assistance to up to four government partners interested in accessing the $100 million in federal funding made available through the Social Impact Partnerships to Pay for Results Act.