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Integrated Capital Responds to the Crises: a MN case study

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The magnitude of the pandemic, economic, and racial justice crises requires impact investors to be bold, creative, and fast. As the crisis response transitions to longer-term recovery and resilience, the Minnesota Council on Foundations launched an Integrated Capital Recovery Program to enable MCF’s 150 member foundations to increase their impact quickly yet thoughtfully. This is a perfect time for foundations to make loans or “Program Related Investments” (PRIs) in addition to expanded grantmaking.

Integrated Capital, a term coined by RSF Social Finance, means using all the tools philanthropy possesses to solve a problem. MCF’s Integrated Capital Recovery Program encourages foundations to provide loans, PRIs, and other types of patient capital to CDFIs to get resources flowing to small businesses and nonprofits. The program gives a priority to CDFIs supporting businesses owned by and nonprofits led by and serving women, BIPOC (Black Indigenous People of Color), disability, LGBT as well as rural communities.

Join our session to hear from the program designers and participants, both the foundations and CDFIs involved.

Confirmed Panelists

Kit Fordham

Executive Director, Mni Sota Fund

Warren McLean

President, Northside Economic Opportunity Network (NEON)

Funlola Otukoya

Investment Analyst, McKnight Foundation

Susan Hammel, CFA

Executive in Residence, Minnesota Council on Foundations (panel moderator)

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