Common Good Vermont: Finance Friday - Is Social Impact Investing for Your Organization? A Vermont Update

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As a strategy to realize both positive social and financial returns, impact investing is gaining traction as an effective way to advance the work traditionally taken up by nonprofit organizations.

Join Common Good Vermont and Simeon Chapin, Director of Social & Community Development for Vermont State Employees Credit Union; Jake Ide, Director of Investment & Philanthropy for the Vermont Community Loan Fund; Mark Redmond, Executive Director Spectrum and Detail Works; and Laura Jacoby, Executive Director Old Spokes Home, to learn more about opportunities for opportunities for Vermont-loving impact investors. 

Learn more about Social Impact Investing at www.commongoodvt.org.

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