5 Questions on Criminal Justice Reform

Posted by Admin on Mar 25, 2014 11:11:08 AM


Reforming America’s criminal justice system and advancing efforts to break cycles of incarceration in low-income communities would positively impact almost every other social challenge we face, from education to workforce development and public health. In particular, these efforts could improve opportunities for young men of color, who are disproportionately represented in the prison system and painfully absent from their families and communities.

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Tags: justice system, Organizations, Pay For Success, America Forward Coalition, Criminal Justice Reform, scott budnick, Adam Lewis, Anti-Recidivism, justice reinvestment initiative

New Profit's Tripp Jones: Pay for Success a Model to Expand

Posted by Admin on Feb 5, 2014 11:42:43 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, Social Impact Bonds, 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, Ralph Bonano, Tripp Jones, Anti-Recidivism, Living Cities, SIBS, The Associated Press

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