Since the term “impact investing” was coined at The Rockefeller Foundation’s Bellagio Center in 2007, the Foundation has worked to build an environment that enables, accelerates, and harnesses private markets for public good. Today, we continue to use our risk capital to pioneer new mechanisms and models, including building the ecosystem for social impact bonds in the United States to pioneering public-private financing partnerships to fund resilient infrastructure.
Finding the Right Type of Financing for Impact Enterprises
A New Role for Foundations in Financing the Global Goals
Democratizing Finance for the Sustainable Development Goals
How can program-related investments help achieve social impact?
Through a program related investment (PRI), The Rockefeller Foundation supported the Peterborough SIB pilot…, Former Senior Associate Director, The Rockefeller Foundation