As 2017 comes to a close, we are excited to look back and share media pieces written by and about New Profit from this past year. We look forward to keeping the momentum going in 2018 and beyond!
We are excited to share New Profit's 2017 Annual Report: Building Capacity for the Future. With our 20th anniversary year fast approaching in 2018, we have a chance to look to our next 20 years and dream big about the future with New Profit's diverse community of problem-solvers who are driving change across the country. In this report, we reflect on the impact we have achieved together in 2017 and this community's unique value and critical role in shaping the future of social problem-solving.
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We recently had the opportunity to catch up with Bobbi Macdonald, Co Founder and Executive Director of City Neighbors Foundation. City Neighbors Foundation works to impact public education in three ways: by operating a network of innovative K-12 schools; by providing professional development opportunity for teachers; and by working to create an environment that allows great schools to thrive in Baltimore, across the state of Maryland, and beyond. Guided by the belief that children are creative, capable, powerful, and worthy of the deepest respect, the City Neighbors approach is rooted in the arts and project-based learning and inspired by the Reggio Emilia philosophy.
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Backed by Grammy Winner and activist John Legend’s FREEAMERICA, New Profit, and Bank of America, Unlocked Futures supports social entrepreneurs impacted by the criminal justice system
December 5, 2017 (U.S.) - Eight entrepreneurs from across America who founded mission-driven organizations focused on criminal justice system reform have been selected to be part of the first cohort of the Unlocked Futures accelerator program. Both for-profit and nonprofit models are represented in the first cohort, and the entrepreneurs will receive capacity building funding and support to grow the impact and reach of their organizations, behind a shared goal of ending mass incarceration in America.
The entrepreneurs, who were featured in a just-released video (see below) and an article in Fast Company, are: