A New Way to Invest in Change: 'Pay for Success' Media Round-Up

Posted by Admin on Jan 31, 2014 10:10:25 AM


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Tags: Goldman Sachs, MAPFS, Molly Baldwin, New Profit, NonProfit Quarterly, Pay For Success, Recidivism, Reuters, Roca Inc., Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Deval Patrick, The Boston Foundation, The Boston Globe, The Kresge Foundation, the Laura and John Arnold Foundation, Third Sector Capital Partners, venture philanthropy, WBUR, BNN, Ralph Bonanno, Tripp Jones, Anti-Recidivism, Living Cities, The Associated Press

Landmark MA Pay for Success Initiative Launches (VIDEO)

Posted by Admin on Jan 30, 2014 5:10:22 PM


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Tags: Goldman Sachs, MAPFS, Molly Baldwin, New Profit, Pay For Success, Recidivism, Roca Inc., Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Deval Patrick, The Boston Foundation, The Kresge Foundation, the Laura and John Arnold Foundation, Third Sector Capital Partners, venture philanthropy, Ralph Bonanno, Tripp Jones, Anti-Recidivism, Living Cities

New Profit Bolsters Communications Capabilities with Two Senior Hires

Posted by Admin on Jan 30, 2014 10:07:45 AM


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Tags: Job Postings, Sam Hiersteiner, Communications, Derrek Shulman, Development, New Profit Staff, venture philanthropy, Tripp Jones, new hires

What's your Social Innovation Resolution?

Posted by Admin on Jan 30, 2014 10:06:20 AM


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Tags: Ellen Moir, Health Leads, Joel Rose, New Teacher Center, Pay For Success, Peace First, social innovation, College Summit, David Flink, Eye to Eye, Food Corps, LIFT, New Classrooms, New Year, peer health exchange, venture philanthropy, Louise Langheier, Resolutions, Dawson, Eric, #socinnresolution

We Have Exciting News to Report: It's a Blog!

Posted by Admin on Jan 30, 2014 10:04:02 AM


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Tags: blog, KIPP, social impact, Teach For America, The Mission Continues, New Profit Staff, venture philanthropy, Amplify

The New York Times: An Ex-Offender Who Is Forging A New Path by Kim Syman

Posted by Sarah Duarte on Jan 26, 2014 2:14:26 PM


The New York Times ran a piece called "Who Should Be Invited to the State of the Union?." Below is a response from New Profit Managing Partner, Kim Syman.

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Tags: In The News, KIm Syman, Roca, Social Innovation News, State of the Union, Amplify Blog, The New York Times, venture philanthropy