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The California Model, financing the missing middle, nonprofit working-capital loans, CalPERS: SDGs…

Greetings, ImpactAlpha readers! #Featured: Returns on Investment Podcast The California Model: Inclusivity and shared prosperity, or exclusivity and inequality? Take a look toward the future, and often California is already there. But when it comes to innovation hubs as drivers of job creation and shared wealth, is California the model America’s second- and third-tier cities

Athena Capital opens SF office to boost impact practice

The Bay Area continues to attract impact investment activity. The latest data point is the opening of Athena Capital’s San Francisco office. The $5.5 billion asset manager said the move is intended to advance its impact investing practice. The office will be headed by Athena’s William McCalpin, who was CEO of Imprint Capital before Imprint’s

Awaaz De gets backing from Tribe Impact Capital

Impact Tech The India-based firm offers mobile communications and data collection tools for social enterprises PC: Awaaz De Awaaz De offers mobile communications and data collection tools for social enterprises and development organizations. The Ahmedabad, India-based company first piloted its technology with the Development Support Centre, an NGO, to spread agricultural information to small farmers in

The California Model: Inclusivity and shared prosperity or exclusivity and inequality? (podcast)

Take a look toward the future, and often California is already there. But when it comes to innovation hubs as drivers of job creation and shared wealth, is California the model America’s second- and third-tier cities really want to follow? https://medium.com/media/40415992db79ed6bb8b1e6394297ee5e/href “You’re finding germs of California happening in lots of places,” says ImpactAlpha’s David Bank, a

Calvert Impact Capital secures $10 million for Community Housing Capital

Community Housing Capital is a Georgia-based lender for community development financial institutions working in affordable housing. CHC is partnering with Calvert Impact Capital to raise a $15 million credit facility to support affordable housing. Calvert has so far raised $10 million for the facility through its debt syndication business, which Calvert launched last year to

Impact investors rally £1.9 million for London cinema

Inclusive Economy “We see a real positive role that financially self-sustaining socially-minded arts organisations can play,” says Big Issue Invest’s James Salmon PC: hackneyartscentre Big Issue Invest, The Arts Impact Fund and Triodos Bank are allocating two-thirds of the funds needed to convert an old cinema in East London into a community theater and music venue. The

Quad Learning raises $4.8 million to help students get four-year degrees

The Washington, D.C.-based education venture helps two-year degree students transfer into four-year programs through its American Honors network of community colleges. Quad Learning’s Phil Bronner started the company in 2012 so students could pursue four-year degrees more affordably by starting in lower-cost community colleges. It has four community college partners in Pennsylvania, Texas, New York