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Innovative Finance Series: Inside Ohio’s “Pay for Success” plan to help children and families

Praxia Partners believes that innovative finance can boost social services and ease inequity. This week, we discuss how “Pay for Success” can help some of Ohio’s most vulnerable families

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Innovative Finance Series: SIBs revolutionize adoption for British children

Social impact bonds– also known as Pay for Success or Pay for Success Bonds– are revolutionizing the way we fund programs that serve the greater good.

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Fundraising— it’s not just about bake sales anymore

Fundraising used to mean rummage sales and knocking on neighbors’ doors. Today, community-based programs are using crowdfunding and social media to tap into a global community of supporters.  The concept of “community” is no longer restricted to a neighborhood or … Continue reading

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The power of the crowd could rescue reading program

Providence Glen hopes it won’t be closing the book on summer literacy series

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Crowd funding Real Food for Real Kids

Here at Praxia Partners, we take a keen interest in innovative fundraising and finance, so when we heard that educators at one of our favorite service enrichment programs had launched a crowd funding initiative, we wanted to get their perspective … Continue reading

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Innovative Finance Series: The rise of social impact bonds: International news round-up

UPDATE It seems that every month, a new corporation, nonprofit, or government makes the news by embracing social impact bonds (also called Pay for Success).

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Innovative Finance Series: The rise of social impact bonds: Illinois update

On April 11, Illinois unveiled a social impact bonds initiative that aims to boost social programs at no additional cost to taxpayers. Illinois joins the United Kingdom, Massachusetts, New York City, powerful philanthropic organizations, and financial firms such as Goldman … Continue reading

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