We are excited to announce that Scale Collaborative is now B Corp Certified! A big shout out to Joanna Buczkowska-McCumber at Ideas for Impact for supporting us through this whole process. We would not have made it without her! Certified B Corporations,
Registration is now open for Connect Money Impact 2023! Calling all social entrepreneurs, impact investors, and ecosystem builders: Are you ready for an event that fosters real, meaningful connections? Join us at #CMI2023 for a day of inspiration, learning, and connection!
Scale Collaborative's Kristi Fairholm Mader took part in the second of a series of Q&As with Just Economy Institute fellows about the path they’ve taken to financial activism and what they’ve learned along the way. Read the full interview here.
The new self-paced version contains all the same fundamental learning, exercises and strategies from the cohort model distilled into one self-guided online course specifically designed for non-profit leaders and their teams to take individually and at their own pace. Access the
We are excited to share the Scale Collaborative 2022 Impact Report, which highlights our work, as well as the work of several organizations Scale worked with last year. We are honoured to be able to share a glimpse into the impactful work
In June, Scale Collaborative hosted Connect Money Impact: an in-person day of inspiration, learning, and connection with the underlying purpose of sharing learning, and providing support and funds to social enterprises. Read and access the Connect Money Impact 2022 report here.
During Thrive Impact Fund's fifth Social Finance Chat, “Financing to Acquire,” Kristi Fairholm Mader, Managing Director, and Emeline Le Guen, Impact Investment Manager, outlined acquisition financing options for impact organizations looking to acquire and transition to social enterprise — including community
During Social Finance Chat four, “Overcoming the Fear of Financing,” Kristi Fairholm Mader, Managing Director, and Emeline Le Guen, Impact Investment Manager, explored how perceived risk can come from a number of places such as culture, perspectives, or internal fears. In