Impact Fundraising Webinar Coming + Much More

It wasn’t until I stood in a burning apartment with a woman that I realized what real change is… Hi! My name is Mozart. I’m a community builder, poet and dad working with Jonathan on the social entrepreneurship Clinic. I’m a trained social worker who got my first job out of school …

RSF Monthly: New Loan to Eureka Recycling

  social finance is pleased to announce a new loan to Eureka Recycling, a non-profit recycler specializing in zero-waste.  Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Eureka Recycling is one of the largest non-profit recyclers in the United States and is a leader in demonstrating the best waste reduction and recycling practices not …

RSF Monthly: New Loan to Bachman Academy

  December 2013 New Loan to Bachman Academy Educating students with language-based learning differences Bachman Academy is a boarding and day school serving students in grades 6-12 who have language-based learning differences such as Dyslexia, Nonverbal Learning Disorder, and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder/Attention Deficit Disorder. “This partnership (with RSF) will allow …

Energy Self-Reliant States: Bypassing the Power Grid

I spent most of last week on the West Coast with the family (and even went for a ride in the redwoods on an early 20th century steam train), but I came across a terrific video from EnergyShouldBe on why baseload power sources like coal and nuclear are incompatible with a largely …

ILSR’s Energy Self-Reliant States: New Report! City Power Play: 8 Practical Local Energy Policies to Boost the Economy

It’s out! Check out our latest report featuring 8 Practical Local Energy Policies to Boost the Economy, with examples illustrating the policies in action and links right to the ordinances that made them work.  Also, I just posted a panel presentation I gave to the Society of Environmental Journalists last Friday, …