As last month’s e-newsletter landed in your inboxes, we were scrambling to get everything in our old office prepped for the move! Even though it came down to the wire, our move teams and IT department did a great job of getting everyone relocated and set up to be productive on Monday morning.
Our new address is:
7315 Wisconsin Ave.
Suite 1000 W
Bethesda, MD 20814
The move illustrates the theme that we chose for our 2012 Annual Report: The Journey Forward. It’s the spirit of forward energy, moving ahead alongside our community of portfolio partners, investors, and supporters.
We encourage you to check out the report, and to continue tweeting, commenting, liking, and investing for positive change. Thanks for your continuing support!
We recently increased our investment in Housing Partnership Network (HPN) by $1 million, bringing our total investment to $2 million. HPN is a national CDFI and coalition serving 87 developers of affordable housing with technical assistance, program services and pre-development financing to foster the creation and preservation of affordable homes for low-income families and individuals. Network members have produced, financed or preserved more than 600,000 affordable homes and counseled more than 400,000 families on homeownership and financial literacy. Check out their work »
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Lisa Hall recently attended the G8 Social Impact Investment Forum, convened by British Prime Minister David Cameron. The goal of the conference was to bring together leaders in impact investing to facilitate discussion about how to continue growing the movement. Prime Minister Cameron spoke about the potential of impact investing to tackle some of the world’s most pressing problems. Read the full post »
The Unreasonable Institute is a mentor-intensive acceleration program for entrepreneurs tackling social and environmental problems. They will hold their annual gathering of social enterprises and mentors in Boulder, CO.
Our Senior Director of Investment Partnerships Justin Conway will moderate a discussion with Megan Fielding of MicroPlace and Liz Sessler of Enterprise Community Loan Fund about the growing number of impact investment options – from retail fixed income to accredited private equity - that are engaging a broader range of investors and their financial advisors.
Join our team of impact investing professionals! Our current openings are: