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Aug
11
2016

Share Your Impact

I try to donate blood every eight weeks, because I’m O- (a universal blood type associated with only one out every 15 people) and CMV negative (a virus related to chickenpox and mononucleosis for which up to 80% of Americans test positive). After my latest donation, I received an e-mail from the American Red Cross with a “Share Your Impact” admonishment and related social media logos. Specifically, I was told that “after first ensuring that local needs were met, [my] blood donation was sent to ProMedica Bay Park Hospital in Oregon, OH to help a patient in need.”

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Jul
26
2016

Social impact investing: Opportunity or ghetto for women?

Mathew Weatherley-White shares his experiences as a member of the male minority within a female dominated social-impact investing world. According to Financial Planning, "women lead and populate in this sector, more so than in any other in the financial services industry."

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Jul
21
2016

Impact Reporting Tensions

"I’d like to comment on four tensions that exist within impact reporting..." written by Nick Flores

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Jun
27
2016

The Most Fascinating Impact Investor You've Never Heard Of

We See Genius offers an entertaining expose about one of CAPROCK’s founding members, the early days of The CAPROCK Group, and the evolution of Impact Investing over the course of one man’s career.

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Jun
15
2016

RIAs Making Investments to Attract Socially Responsible Clients

Matthew Weatherley-White, Managing Director at The CAPROCK Group, in addition to a handful of financial experts from an array of institutions, adds experience and insight to a recent InvestmentNews article. The subject at hand: investments being chosen to attract socially responsible clients.

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