The Boston Impact Initiative makes new investments and renewal grants with Dorchester Food Co-op, Fields Corner Business Lab, Jubali, Lady Dye Yarns, Salamander Cafe, and Smarter In the City.
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Boston Impact Initiative is pleased to release our 2014 Annual Report, including Portfolio Highlights, an Investment Overview and Special Project updates.
The Boston Impact Initiative is excited to introduce you to Glynn Lloyd, the newest member of our team. As the founder and former CEO of City Fresh Foods, Glynn brings over 20 years of entrepreneurship, leadership and business acumen to his role as the Managing Director of our fund.
The Boston Impact Initiative closes our first equity deal with City Fresh Foods! See this and other new investments with Renew Energy Partners and Fresh Food Generation.
BII was proud to award free office space to Social Good Marketing at the Fields Corner Business Lab, winner of BII’s social impact prize.
BII’s summer / fall investments: Tony Williams Dance Center, 88 Acres, Fields Corner Business Lab, and Smarter in the City.
Learn about CERO, nationally recognized worker-owned recycling co-op. BII is an early investor, and CERO has launched a public offering to raise community capital.
This summer, the Boston Impact Initiative was proud to help convene the Boston Community Finance Study Group to explore models of community controlled financial institutions that could help deepen the resilience of the local economy.
Nene is a youth worker and consultant in Boston with a strong interest in developing youth leadership in community economic development strategies. (insert a short excerpt here)