Charitable Fundraising is Only Part, of Raising Capital for Charities

The Sector - Frederick Peters - Print colour - by Yvonne Bambrick Apr24_15The Sector Inc., see’s an ever-increasing interest among donors (to nonprofits) and investors (to for-profit social enterprises) for greater accountability for money deployed to be used for social purposes and according to our research this trend is only increasing and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.

Large amounts of new capital are channeling into the sector as industry leaders have earned significant wealth during their careers and look to give back to society. A new generation of donors and investors expect the accountability and performance excellence they came to expect from their experience in the private sector, where competition was grueling. They want evidence that they’re making a difference.

This generation of catalytic philanthropists and impact investors demand more clarity on the objectives, paths to success, and measures of fulfillment. They know that without clear performance measures organizations usually cannot determine whether they have succeeded or failed. They cannot build effective partnerships, coalitions or eco-systems across sectors, working toward systems-change.

The Sector Inc works with donors, social investors, and implementing organizations to develop initiatives which include a clear definition of what success would look like, a carefully articulated path of how success will be achieved, and a specification of the measures that will be used to measure whether success has, in fact been achieved. To solve challenges so large, we must do whatever is possible to improve the social impacts of the financial and human resources being invested across sectors through common goals, measurement, language-sets, cultures and values…

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