Social Impact Exchange Launched

October 26, 2009. The Center for Strategic Philanthropy and Civil Society, the Growth Philanthropy Network, and the Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) at Duke's Fuqua School of Business are pleased to announce the creation of the Social Impact Exchange.
The Social Impact Exchange is a cross-sector membership forum for sharing knowledge and increasing investment in scaling effective social programs and solutions. The Exchange serves as both an online and in-person gathering place for those who are interested in learning about, implementing and funding large-scale expansions of high-impact nonprofit initiatives, including programs, products, services, organizations, social movements, and more.
The Social Impact Exchange’s purpose is to:

  • Share and develop knowledge that leads to successful execution of local, national, and international scaling efforts
  • Facilitate increased financing of scaling initiatives through collaborative funding opportunities and venues
  • Develop infrastructure that helps build the field of scaling social impact

To read more about Social Impact Exchange, click here.

Blog Posts

More on time, value, and time limits

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Events

Oct 05

Rip Rapson
President and CEO
The Kresge Foundation