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The Confluence of Grant Making & Investing

This year Linked Foundation joined the Confluence Philanthropy community and I was fortunate to attend the 7th Annual Practitioner’s Gathering in New Orleans, LA in March. Confluence Philanthropy ‘advances mission-aligned investing and supports and catalyzes a community of private, public and community foundations, families, individual donors, and their values-aligned investment managers representing more than $71…

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The Hidden Impact of Microcredit

 Next Billion‘s January theme is microfinance and features articles by Timothy Ogden author of the research paper, “The Case for Social Investment in Microcredit”.  Ogden details some of the less obvious and overlooked positive impacts microfinance has had in lower-income countries. Read the articles:http://bit.ly/2j5sgCW Yes, Microcredit Requires Subsidies…and That’s Great News    

Skoll World Forum April 2016

“Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries.  Without them humanity cannot survive” – His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama It was the first year for Linked Foundation to have the opportunity and privilege to attend the Skoll World Forum  in Oxford, England. The mission of the Forum is to highlight both thinking and action, and calls…

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