Series Explores the Power and Future of Social Investing


An 11-part series from the Stanford Social Innovation Review shines a light on the future of social investing — a growing practice among philanthropies interested in going beyond traditional grants to advance their mission. The Annie E. Casey Foundation has long believed in the power of social investing, also known as impact or mission investing, to bolster efforts to improve the lives of children and families across the country. Today, the Foundation allocates 4% of its endowment to social investing. President and CEO Patrick McCarthy details Casey’s approach in a post that is part of the series. Click here to learn more.

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