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Social Finance Webinar Series: Ethical, Environmental, Everyone!

Fair Finance Fund 2020 webinar series: every 2 weeks starting April 16th

  • Date/time (first webinar): April 16th, 12:00-1:00 pm EST
  • Registrants will receive zoom link
  • Series: Every other Wednesday 12:00-1:00 pm EST

Have you been wanting to learn more about innovations in investing and finance? Join us for our 2020 webinar series Social Finance: Ethical, Environmental, Everyone!

This Webinar Series from the Fair Finance Fund brings you experts in impact investing, social finance, social entrepreneurship and innovations in finance to present on their work and answer your questions. Each webinar will feature two speakers, facilitated by the team at the Fair Finance Fund. The series will discuss new models of investing for social purpose, managing risk in an integrated portfolio, the social and environmental impacts of social finance with stories from the field, and the best practices of investing for the future for people and the planet.

Our first webinar is on Thurs April 16th at 12:00pm-1:00pm EST

Speakers: Julia Vlad, VP Lending at New Market Funds and Brian Smith, Founding Partner and CEO at Rhiza Capital.  Learn more and register via the button below.

View the schedule and register

Organizing for Social Procurement and Community Benefits

The COVID-19 global pandemic is a challenging time, and we offer Friday's Community of Practice as a chance to learn and share together (virtually, as always). Join a conversation to explore how local organizing principles and approaches can contribute to the creation of more sustainable, fair and inclusive economies - now & in the era that will follow this crisis. 

One of the tools to build more resilient local economies can be through Social Procurement and Community Benefits. March's call will be focused on "Organizing for Social Procurement and Community Benefits".

A wave of change toward social procurement is sweeping the country, including leading municipalities, anchor institutions and community benefits. This session will provide a ‘how-to’ guide to organize for social procurement wherever you are.  

Learn more and register now

CCEDNet's 2020 Annual General Meeting (AGM)

CCEDNet's 2020 Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place on...

June 11, 2020
10am - 11:30am Pacific Time, 11am - 12:30pm Mountain, 12pm - 1:30pm Central, 1pm - 2:30pm Eastern, 2pm - 3:30pm Atlantic, 2:30pm - 4pm Newfoundland

This year's AGM repeats the success of the last five years by being entirely virtual and bilingual. Members are able to make motions, vote and comment in English or French, all from the comfort of their computer. 

This year, the AGM will be 90 minutes long. 

Access documents, resolutions, and board nominations

Register

Community Investment Co-operative Start-up Guide

THE LONGER A DOLLAR CAN CIRCULATE WITHIN A COMMUNITY,
THE GREATER ITS ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL IMPACTS.

Community Investment Co-ops (CICs) are a new and innovative support model for rural and urban economic and business development that effectively bridge the gap between local investors and local ventures in need of financing. CICs have successfully financed ventures across Canada that generate significant local impacts including: affordable housing; renewable energy, sustainable agriculture and food production; locally-owned small business development; technology; and community economic development projects. 

On March 10th, join Eden Yesh, the BC Rural Centre, and the Canadian Community Economic Development Network to explore the CIC model in more depth.

During this webinar Eden Yesh, Chair of the BC Community Impact Investment Coalition and Manager of Community & Economic Development at Kootenay Employment Services, will be releasing the BC Community Investment Co-op Start-Up & Operations Guide. This Guide provides a road map for the CIC development process, complete with templates, to plan, incorporate and operate a Community Investment Co-op in British Columbia.

Register for the webinar now!

Ten Researchers and Two Research Leads to Map Canada's Social Finance Landscape

The National Impact Investing Practitioner’s Table (NIIPt) is undertaking a pan-Canadian “State of Affairs” survey of Canada’s social finance landscape, identifying the gaps and opportunities for impact investment intermediaries.

Deadline: 
4 Mar 2020

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