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In this blog, follow the work of our borrowers and grantees, learn more about our community of investors and donors, and hear from RSF staff and partners on our journey to transform the way the world works with money.

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RSF Social Finance Fellows Follow-up: Nakul Kadaba
The RSF Social Impact Fellowship is missioned with growing the field of social finance, one cohort of thought leaders at a time. During their time at RSF, fellows work closely with the lending team to identify prospective borrowers, conduct due diligence, and structure loans. In this blog post, Stu Fram, lending associate, catches...
Jan 19, 2016 10:15 AM ET
Bushwick’s Black, Brown Youth Enriched by Composting Project
BK ROT, one of RSF Social Finance’s 2015 Seed Fund grantees, received a small gift in support of their efforts to establish a sustainable grassroots composting service in Brooklyn, New York. In this blog post, co-facilitator Renée Peperone tells us more about BK ROT’s work...
Jan 8, 2016 7:10 AM ET
Deb Nelson Joins RSF Social Finance
SAN FRANCISCO, January 6, 2015 ­/3BL Media/ – Deb Nelson, formerly the executive director of Social Venture Network (SVN), will join RSF Social Finance in late January as the new Vice President of Client and Community Engagement. Nelson expanded the field of social entrepreneurship by...
Jan 6, 2016 6:15 AM ET
Native Species for an Indigenous City
Arc of Greater New Orleans has evolved much since its inception in 1953. Today, the organization is a culmination of decades of work by devoted individuals whose ultimate goal is to integrate people with intellectual disabilities into their communities. Arc serves some 900 children, adults and their families in Jefferson, Orleans...
Dec 23, 2015 10:15 AM ET
RSF Social Finance Reflects on NC’s Shared Gifting
By Kelley Buhles What is the best way to distribute money amongst a group a non-profits? This is a question that foundations and donors struggle with on a regular basis. Non-profits, the ones on the receiving end of these decisions, don’t often get to take up this question. In an effort to change this common dynamic in philanthropy,...
Dec 18, 2015 9:15 AM ET