The nonprofit and public sectors alone cannot provide all the ideas, resources, and talented people needed to advance the Foundation's strategic priorities.
The Foundation's social-impact investing enables mission-driven companies to secure the risk capital, networks, and resources they need to develop products, deploy services and address societal issues at the individual and community level.
Our For-Profit Social-Impact Investments program enables us to work with corporations and capital markets to pursue promising opportunities for charitable purposes that promote social good and address market failures.
We primarily use Program-Related Investments (PRIs) to provide funding to private sector partners. It is cross-functional and undergirds the Economic Development, Economic Mobility, Health and Well-Being, and Conservation programs.
Through our For-Profit Social-Impact Investment program, the Foundation aims to:
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