Are you interested in how your money can improve your community when invested at a local level? Regional collective impact investing represents an enormous opportunity to use the capital markets to address community-based challenges and tap large pools of assets for scaling programs that work. Marshalling these resources for collective impact has historically been difficult, requiring cutting across program and financial silos to connect capital with opportunity. “Centerville,” a fictional representation of a successful place-based collective impact investment approach, is a call for better coordination of both program and financial assets to achieve sustainable regional prosperity.
Grand Boulevard Initiative will participate in a panel discussion with other local experts, discussing the many opportunities for investment along the El Camino Real Corridor.
Monday, March 16, 2015
1pm - 6pm
Federal Reserve Bank
101 Market Street
San Francisco, CA
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This event is sponsored by the Bay Area Impact Investing Initiative and the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.