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IMPACT INVESTING

The Importance of Impact Measurement

SOCAP Guest Post by: Annie Chor, Annie Dear, and Elly Bringaze of Social Finance Annie Chor Annie Dear Elly Bringaze To bring more of the SOCAP Community into the conversation,…

SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Democratizing Community Development: An Interview with The Boston Ujima Project on SOCAP’s Money + Meaning Podcast Episode 2.6

What happens when the people who live and work in a community are able to pool capital then collectively decide how to use those funds for the betterment of everyone in their community? The Boston Ujima Project is answering that question by blending grassroots organizing with finance to build an equitable, community-based local economy. In this episode, Lindsay Smalling sits down with Aaron Tanaka and Lucas Turner-Owens of The Boston Ujima Project about how their project evolved, how they are using the power of cross-sector collaboration to solve challenges and build wealth at the local level, and the impact they are seeing in the communities they serve.

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The World Means the World to Me

A SOCAP Guest Post by Maria Kim To bring more of the SOCAP Community into the conversation, we invited SOCAP18 session leaders, speakers, and attendees to share their major insights…

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