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Program Related Investments
The use of program-related investments, or PRIs, is somewhat rare, but expanding. A new analysis from the Foundation Center documents the who, what, how and where of recent foundation PRI activity. To learn how others are leveraging the impact of this non-grantmaking tactic, download the full report.
GRANTING FOR NOW
There is growing interest about impact investing by community foundations—and there should be! Investing assets into a project that provides a mission return to your community and a financial return back to your foundation can be an excellent idea.
Terminology for Impact Investing is often confusing and uses labels such as “social investing” to “triple bottom line.” How to start begins with nestling in on shared terminology. GIFT and PNC Bank worked together to offer baseline definitions to assist Indiana foundations with a reference point.
Halter Ferguson Financial shines a spotlight on successful Indiana companies and the data behind their remarkable performance.
Impact investing does not have to be a daunting topic for investment committees. Deliberate leadership and a plan to educate your committee can lead to better outcomes.
Through a variety of thoughtful and creative impact investing approaches, community foundations are leading real change in the communities they serve.
Hear examples of how investing in social enterprise can create employment for those who face barriers, provide needed products and services to underserved areas and offer innovative services that contribute to the development of sustainable local
Join this workshop to learn how to identify opportunities and leverage the data needed to develop an impact strategy that strengthens grantmaking in Indiana.