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Financing Green Nonprofit Centers – Commercial Real Estate with an Attitude

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Presentation by Drummond Pike, Chief Executive Officer and Founder - Tides Foundation.

Presentation by Drummond Pike, Chief Executive Officer and Founder - Tides Foundation.

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    • 1. FOSTERING SUCCESS IN THE NPO SECTOR Drummond Pike CEO and Founder Tides May 2009
    • 2. 3 rd Trip to Japan
    • 3. Objectives
      • Importance of the Independent Sector and how Tides helps
      • Examples of NPO contributions to social development in the U.S.
      • How intermediaries help and what makes them effective
    • 4. The Independent Sector
    • 5. History: Public Welfare in Colonies before Government existed
    • 6. Basic quid pro quo: Exempt from Taxation
    • 7. In return…NPO’s contribute to social development
    • 8. Economic Development for the poor
    • 9. Education of society
    • 10. Experiments to solve social problems…here a soup kitchen
    • 11. A Voice for the Disenfranchised
    • 12. The NPO Sector & Tides
    • 13. Our Purpose Advance Social Justice & Environmental Sustainability ~~~ A Home for Social Entrepreneurship
    • 14.
      • Social justice
      • Broadly shared economic opportunity
      • A robust democratic process
      • A sustainable environment
      The Tides Vision – Based on Principles of:
    • 15. Philanthropy New Programs Real Estate
    • 16.
      • Donor advised grantmaking
      • Management of small foundations
      • Funding collaboratives
      • Global giving
      • Program design & advice, and much more…
      Philanthropy
    • 17.
      • Nation’s largest full-service fiscal sponsor
      • Over 200 Tides projects
      New Programs
      • Includes financial, human resources, risk, and contracts management
    • 18. Real Estate
      • Operates green nonprofit centers
      • Buildings in NY & SF w/ over 85 nonprofit tenants
      • Community convener and public education
      • Leverage social investments
      • Cutting edge intersection of real estate, finance and social mission
    • 19. Nonprofit Centers in Japan An International Phenomena
    • 20. Tides Connects Strategies, Issues, Resources, and Movements
        • September 7 -9, San Francisco
    • 21. About Tides
      • 135 employees in SF and NY offices
      • Total activities in 2008: $200,000,000
      • Ranks around #100 among US NPO’s
    • 22. Tides and The “For Profit” Sector
    • 23. Environmental Working Group www.ewg.org
      • Public Interest Research and Education
      • Decreases use of toxic chemicals
      • Uses the power of public information to protect public health and the environment
    • 24.  
    • 25. Phases of Development
      • Exploration
      • Proof of Concept
      • Getting to Scale
      • Building for Long Term Success
      • Sustainability and Independence
    • 26. The List Project www.thelistproject.org
      • Supports Iraqi refugees who worked with U.S.
    • 27. Iraqis who helped US are targets…
    • 28. Many are hiding in Jordan and Syria
    • 29. The List Project
      • Strategy
      • Needs:
        • Short Term – 2 to 3 years
        • Financial Support
        • Connections
      • Tides’ Response
    • 30. We Are America Alliance www.weareamericaalliance.org
      • A coalition of community organizing groups working to increase immigrant civic participation
      • Increased voter turnout from 15% to 60% in targeted areas
    • 31. NPO Activities impacting political systems are closely monitored
      • Though a nation of immigrants, US is often reluctant to welcome new populations into political system
      • Tough rules – importance of compliance
      • Need for quick action with elections just months away
      • Working with a coalition
    • 32. Principles for Effective Intermediaries
      • Self financing
      • Highest standards of accounting
      • Empowering, not controlling
      • Train in the design of the services
      • Set boundaries
      • Facilitate independence
      • Values driven
      • Always innovate – carefully
      • Never shy away from controversy
    • 33. Q&A
      • Questions???
    • 34. THANK YOU! ( どうもありがとう。 ) Drummond Pike [email_address] www.tides.org