This article was originally published on October 30th, 2015 on the Social Finance website. It has been cross-posted with permission from the author Ellen Martin, COO, SoJo.
This article was originally published on November 11th, 2015 on the Social Finance website. It has been cross-posted with permission from the author Karen Gomez, Associate, Social Innovation Generation (SIG).
This article was originally published on Sept 18, 2015 on the Social Finance website. It has been cross-posted with permission from the author Joanna Reynolds, Director, Social Enterprise, Centre for Social Innovation.
SocialFinance.ca is thrilled to partner with Trico Charitable Foundation to provide a deep dive into the 2013 Social EnterPrize award recipients from the perspective of social entrepreneurs or individuals working in the social entrepreneurship environment. The Social EnterPrize awards seek to celebrate the best and the brightest social entrepreneurs in the Canadian context. This year’s awards will be announced and presented at the 2015 Social Finance Forum. JUMP Math is one of the four 2013 SocialEnterprize award recipients. This posts provides a deep dive into the case study. Stay tuned for the rest of the case studies over the coming weeks. Please refer to introduction blog post for more details.
Working collaboratively with thought leaders and pioneers in the space and Ashoka’s network of 3,000 Fellows, Ashoka SFS seeks to articulate a new Social Finance Framework that offers social entrepreneurs, investors and colleagues insights, new opportunities and new trends based on a in-depth review of Ashoka’s Fellows using market forces to create social change.