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Navigating the New Social Economy

Lucy Bernholz

www.lucybernholz.com http://www.philanthropy2173.com @p2173


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What is the social economy?


Organizations and nancial structures that deploy private resources for shared social benets.

The sector formerly known as philanthropic, independent or nonprot.

New enterprises, new capital

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Donors Choices
2011 Impact Investing Sidecar Funds Giving Circles Online Giving Embedded Giving 1991 1990 Charitable Gift Fund Private Foundation Community Foundation Bequests Direct Giving
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The Donors Product Portfolio


Private Foundation Giving Circle Embedded Giving

Political Giving
Direct Giving Sidecar funds

Corporate Giving Board

Impact Investing

Community Foundation

Volunteer Time Online Giving Donor Advised Fund


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Bequests

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Overall Giving 1967-2007 Source: Giving USA 2008

Product innovation occurred  during time of great growth in giving


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Social economy
Corporate Social Roles

Social businesses L3C

Nonprots
Informal networks Not invented yet

Choices for Doing Good


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The Landscape, 2011


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Social for prot


Businesses
B Corporations Social Enterprises For benet corporations L3Cs

Businesses

Funders

Social for-prot

The

Social Landscape
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Nonprot

emerging intersections

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Philanthropy

Funders
Social investors Endowment PRIs Social stock exchanges (to come)

Nonprot
Organizations
Nonprots Nonprot social entreprises

Organizations

Philanthropy
Individual donors Foundations Donor advised funds Giving circles

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Impact Investing
Actively placing capital in enterprises and funds that generate social and/ or environmental good and at least return nominal principal to the investor.

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Impact Investing = New Capital for Good


Annual giving by American individuals ~ $220 billion per year Impact Investing Now Somewhere between $25.7 billion (CDI) and $7 trillion (SRI) Market estimates for Impact Investing + $100 billion per year, $1 trillion by 2020

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Building Supports for the Long Tail


as of July 2011
GIIN ImpactBase

Size

Impact Assets Social Impact Bond Guarantees Toniic Impact 50 II Exchanges

Number
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Political Giving
From philanthropic perspective Funding advocacy Education and awareness From political perspective Contribute to candidate Contribute to national committee Contribute to local, regional, state PAC Contribute to 501 c 3 Contribute to 501 c 4 Corporate contributions Considerations for donors Disclosure/Anonymity FEC limitations Gift tax exclusions Charitable deductibility

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Funders in the Social Economy

Donor

Impact Investor

Social returns Social Purpose

Networks for Good

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Why it matters

New organizational forms bring new talent and new strategies (new forms for good) New capital follows/sparks growth (new money for good) Transparency, accountability, oversight differ across forms (new rules for good)

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More info: lucy@lucybernholz.com @p2173 All publications: www.lucybernholz.com http://www.philanthropy2173.com

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