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Mission-Aligned Investing: A model for maximizing philanthropic impact and equity

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Wednesday, September 29, 2021

As part of Philanthropy Network's Mission-Aligned Investing Cohort, philanthropic leaders are learning together how to align their assets with their mission and invest in the community using a racial equity lens.

Foundations, City of Philadelphia and key Arts & Culture organizations join together to launch $3.45M fund to meet the growing emergency need in this sector

PHL COVID-19 Arts Aid Fund Partners
Wednesday, April 8, 2020

The COVID-19 Arts Aid PHL fund will serve individual artists as well as small and mid-sized cultural organizations whose operations have been devastated by the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic

Are Philly-area nonprofits really making a difference? Foundations put up $3 million to find out

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Local funders are partnering with the New York-based Edna McConnell Clark Foundation on the RISE (Readiness, Implementation, Sustainability for Effectiveness) Partnership, a two-year effort to invest $3 million to build the capacity of Philadelphia-area nonprofits to evaluate their impact.

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Taking a Racial Equity Approach to Endowment Management

Friday, March 11, 2022
11:00am - 1:00pm

Hear from The Racial Equity Asset Lab (The REAL) tp learn about models for engagement and the types of external consultants available in the ecosystem for advancing mission-alignment, integrating impact investing, and incorporating racial equity in endowment practices.

Philadelphia Impact Investment Landscape Scan

Philadelphia Impact Investment Scan Exec Summary

Through a series of interviews, roundtables, and a short survey, Philanthropy Network and Urbane Development gathered input from key stakeholders in the Philadelphia region who are involved (or want to be involved) in impact investing in order to better understand their priorities, needs, and challenges and to identify key opportunities to facilitate further impact investments in the region.

About Rebuild Philadelphia

Rebuilding Community Infrastructure (Rebuild) is Mayor Jim Kenney’s visionary seven year, $500 million initiative to invest in neighborhood parks, recreation centers and libraries in the City of Philadelphia.