We want to show investors that it’s worth taking calculated risks to solve big social challenges like childhood vulnerability.
We don’t need to increase our spending – we need to realign funding so it supports the capacity to work differently to enable significant social impact.
We are currently doing this through:
– Developing the Opportunity Child Business Case Model which demonstrates the social and economic benefits of place-based collective impact approaches.
– An Opportunity Child Community Capital Fund that enables ‘quick response grants’, as well as long-term capacity funding (currently over five years).
– Sharing the Funders Roadmap developed by the ten20 Foundation and the Harwood Institute, which has been designed to create a pathway for funders and communities to work together. Read or download the Funders Roadmap, or click on the image below.