Philanthropy has played a critical role in the nascent world of Social Impact Bonds (SIBs) and Pay-For-Success (PFS). Foundations can act as investors by providing credit enhancement, grants, and PRIs, but they can also increase demand for SIB/PFS projects. Many foundations are exploring ways to use these projects as a means to scale effective programs and catalyze government reform.
This session will focus on several models through which foundations can spur demand and support ongoing projects:
- Working directly with state and local government;
- Building provider capacity to participate in SIB/PFS projects;
- Piloting interventions to prove economic viability for government as a payor;
- Supporting robust performance measurement and management to ensure providers can achieve trigger outcomes; and
- Enhancing the evaluations inherent in the SIB/PFS model.
- The role that foundations can play in the SIB/PFS space.
- The different models through which foundations can spur demand and support their ongoing projects.
- Paul Bernstein, Chief Executive Officer, The Pershing Square Foundation
- Jane Hughes, Director of Knowledge Management, Social Finance US
- Thomas Jenkins, Chief Executive Officer, Nurse-Family Partnership
- Kippy Joseph (Moderator), Associate Director, The Rockefeller Foundation
- Eileen Neely, Director of Capital Innovation, Living Cities
- Tracy Palandjian, Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder, Social Finance US
- Kerry Sullivan, President, Bank of America Charitable Foundation
All interested funders
8:30- 9:00 AM Check-in
9:00-11:00 AM Program
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