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EPIP Webinar — Impact Investing: Pioneers & Challenges

(If you are an EPIP member and need access to the free ticket for members only, please email Kate Seely at kate@epip.org for that. Or find it on my Member Connect profile by clicking here. Once you register on Eventbrite, you will receive a link to access the webinar.)

Join us for our monthly webinar focused this month on Impact Investing. We’ll be talking with Catherine Covington of EPIP Bay Area and RSF Social Finance. RSF is a pioneering non-profit financial services organization dedicated to transforming the way the world works with money.

Register here.

Webinar Description:

Many of us have heard about “Impact Investing”, but what is the current state of this relatively young field and who is getting their hands dirty in it?  What would the philanthropic field look like if foundations’ grant dollars and endowment dollars were distributed and invested using a similar set of values and goals? Foundations have the opportunity to play a critical role in catalyzing the movement of more dollars into the field of impact investing by putting portions of their philanthropic capital, that is, their endowments, into mission-related investments, but this is easier said than done for most foundations.  This webinar is for anyone who is curious about the field of impact investing and will include examples of pioneers in the field that will hopefully spark conversations within your own organization!

Presenter Bio: 

Catherine Covington is a senior program associate in Philanthropic Services at RSF Social Finance in San Francisco, CA. Catherine has spent most of her career in philanthropy and has worked for both public charities and private foundations facilitating global and domestic grantmaking for a wide variety of clients. At RSF, Catherine manages grantmaking services and is a member of the business development team, helping attract new clients and spread the word about RSF’s innovative work.

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