Eastern Carolina Organics

RSF Social Finance Reflects on NC’s Shared Gifting

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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, RSF Social Finance held a meeting in the Triangle Area of North Carolina in September.

Gift Catalyzes a For-Profit

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This article was originally published in the Spring 2015 RSF Quarterly.

by Alex Haber

Who Are the Next 25 Social Enterprise Stars? We’re Still Looking to Meet Them

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Our campaign to add 25 social enterprise stars to our loan portfolio over the next year is introducing RSF to hundreds of social enterprises striving for outsized impact—about 1,600 enterprises and referrers had checked out our campaign page by the end of October.

Blog: RSF Makes a Loan to Eastern Carolina Organics

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RSF is pleased to announce a new loan to Eastern Carolina Organics (ECO), a farmer and employee-owned food hub distributing fresh, seasonal, organic produce to retailers, institutions, distributors, and restaurants across North Carolina. RSF provided a line of credit through its PRI Fund that will be used to help bridge cash flows between timing of payments to farmers and sales receipts from customers.

RSF Social Finance Makes a Loan to Eastern Carolina Organics

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SAN FRANCISCO, September 30, 2014 /3BL Media/ - RSF Social Finance (RSF) is pleased to announce a new loan to Eastern Carolina Organics (ECO), a farmer and employee-owned food hub distributing fresh, seasonal, organic produce to retailers, institutions, distributors, and restaurants across North Carolina. RSF provided a line of credit through its PRI Fund that will be used to help bridge cash flows between timing of payments to farmers and sales receipts from customers.

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