Register now for this informative, free webinar on impact investing generously underwritten by Breckinridge Capital Advisors and co-sponsored by Philanthropy Ohio.
The webinar is based on a recent article published in The Foundation Review, “Impact Investing: A 21st Century Tool to Attract and Retain Donors.” Authors, Amy Cheney, vice president for giving strategies, Kathy Merchant, president and CEO, and Robert Killins, program director, will share the Greater Cincinnati Foundation’s experiences. David Newton, board chair, and William Ginsberg, president and CEO, from the Community Foundation for Greater New Haven, bring board and staff perspectives to the challenges faced at the foundation over a period of several years as they worked to launch an impact investing program.
Please join us for an interactive session that promises to highlight on-the-ground realities of this trend in philanthropy.
The Foundation Review Webinar – Impact Investing: Lessons from the Field
March 19, 2013
1-2 p.m. ET
Access the article Impact Investing (PDF).
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