Social Investments

Social investments — also known as impact investments or mission investments — generate positive results for people and positive financial returns to channel back into doing good.

In philanthropy, foundations that practice social investing generally direct a portion of their endowments into projects and investments that further their social goals rather than relying primarily on grant making to produce results.


What is Social Investing?

Social Investing, also referred to as “mission investing” in the philanthropic world, means placing assets into investments that provide a societal or mission-related benefit in addition to a financial return.

April 10, 2013

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