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A Primer on Impact Investing

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A background presentation on impact investing in Canada and across the world, as prepared for the Social Economy Centre at the University of Toronto.

A background presentation on impact investing in Canada and across the world, as prepared for the Social Economy Centre at the University of Toronto.

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  • - people, planet and profits
  • GBF's mission is to build and support high-impact enterprises that provide sustainable economic opportunities to thousands of people at the base of the economic pyramid. GBF actively supports enterprises throughout Latin America, Africa, India, and Southeast Asia. RSF Social Investment Fund: diversified, direct loan fund comprised of over 75 leading non-profit organizations and for-profit social enterprises. Root Capital: nonprofit social investment fund that is pioneering finance for grassroots businesses in rural areas of developing countries in central america, latin america, and east and west africa. Root Capital provides capital, financial education, and market connections to small and growing businesses
  • Facility operates a transitional employment program for residents who have been incarcerated or were homeless. Over 150 individuals have benefited from the job training program, which has also provided local families with access to local, organic produce.