RSF Social Finance

The Next 25 Social Enterprise Stars: How to Spot One

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We’re happy to report that our campaign to add 25 social enterprise stars to our loan portfolio over the next year is generating referrals. It’s also inspired some of our friends to ask, “How would I know a social enterprise star when I see one?”

Interviews From the Archives: Mark Finser

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We have created a mini series of excerpts from our archive of interviews in the RSF Quarterly. Lots of wisdom was shared by these individuals who hold deep ties to the roots of the organization as early trustees and staff members. We chose to focus on aspects around money, spirit, and associative economics as these themes are core to RSF’s history – and very relevant to our work today.

RSF Interviews From the Archives: Ann Stahl & Clopper Almon

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RSF Social Finance Makes a Loan to Imagine Supported Living Services

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SAN FRANCISCO, February 10, 2015 /3BL Media/ - RSF Social Finance (RSF) is pleased to announce a loan to Imagine Supported Living Services, a non-profit organization providing services to adults within Santa Cruz County living with developmental disabilities. RSF financing allowed Imagine to acquire two buildings which will house their administrative headquarters and a community center. 

Interviews from the Archives: Philip Mees

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We have created a mini series of excerpts from our archive of interviews in the RSF Quarterly. Lots of wisdom was shared by these individuals who hold deep ties to the roots of the organization as early trustees and staff members. We chose to focus on aspects around money, spirit, and associative economics as these themes are core to RSF’s history – and very relevant to our work today.

Strength in Collaboration – A Resource Guide

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After the stock market crash of 2008 the world was met with a new reality when thinking about economics. One group of Waldorf Schools in the Mid-states region took up the conversation about what this new economic reality would mean for local communities and the non-profit organizations that serve them.

How could communities, non-profits, and small businesses work together to build resilient local economies?

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