At the fifth Annual Social Impact Exchange Conference, funders, advisors and leaders gather to share knowledge, learn about co-funding opportunities and develop a community to help scale top initiatives and build the field.
The 2014 Conference on Scaling Impact takes place at the Museum of Jewish Heritage - Battery Park (36 Battery Place) in New York City with two full day sessions on June 18 & 19.
Please join us as we celebrate our fifth year as the main national forum for bringing together funders and leaders committed to scaling social impact. This year’s Conference themes are Financial Sustainability at Scale and Building the Sector’s Capacity to Effect Change Through Networks.
We also have a special emphaisis this year on movement building, where we will be highlighting the movement to improve the life prospects of young men and boys of color.
- The Power of Networks to Drive Sustainable Social Change
- Including Structured Opportunities to Build Networks for Scaling Impact in Health, Education, and Poverty Alleviation
- Philanthropy's role in Building and Sustaining Social Movements
- Highlighting the president's "My Brother's Keeper" initiative focused on young men of color
- Scale and Financial Sustainability in the Social Sector
- Findings from the Heron Foundation's field reserach on How "Change Capital" Can Transform the Sector
- New Research and Recommendations on the Use of Evidence for More Effective Grantmaking
Break-Outs and In-depth Discussions on Financial Sustainability
- Identifying business models that can finance large scale impact
- Building capacity of nontpfoits to generate large, sustainable revenues
- Developing private sector partnerships that support the bottom line and help scale impact
- Scaling social enterprise - can we achive double bottom line at scale?
- Impact Investing - a viable strategy to fund scaling efforts?
- Scaling the Social Impact Bond field
Scaling in Action, Featuring CEO Presentations from:
- Center to Advance Palliative Care
- Expeditionary Learning
- YMCA Diabetes Prevention Program
Fifth Annual Business Plan Competition Awards Ceremony
For highlights from the 2013 Conference visit www.socialimpactexchange.com