Calendar

As part of our belief in the importance of collaboration for building the field of social finance, RSF frequently participates in conferences, seminars, and workshops as attendees, speakers, sponsor, and host. See below for a list of events where you can find us in the coming months.


Community Events

Apr
29
Sat
Women, Money, & Spirit Conference @ San Francisco, CA
Apr 29 all-day
May
7
Sun
Sustainatopia @ San Francisco, CA
May 7 – May 10 all-day
May
23
Tue
Trust Economy: Beyond Money @ Watershed Center
May 23 @ 6:00 am – May 24 @ 1:30 pm
Jun
13
Tue
Food Funded 2017 @ Golden Gate Club om the Presidio
Jun 13 @ 8:30 am – 6:00 pm
Sep
6
Wed
Soil Not Oil @ Richmond Memorial Convention Center
Sep 6 – Sep 9 all-day
Sep
26
Tue
RSF Community Reception @ Intervale Center, Burlington, VT
Sep 26 @ 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
RSF Community Reception @ Intervale Center, Burlington, VT

You’re invited to join RSF Social Finance and friends for a special evening in Burlington, Vermont. Connect with RSF staff, clients, and other people in the community while enjoying local fare and drinks. The gathering will include a brief program by RSF President & CEO Don Shaffer to highlight RSF’s work, including Community Pricing Meetings.

The Intervale Center, a current RSF borrower, is graciously hosting the gathering in their Community Barn.

RSVP is required for this event. Click here to RSVP >

Location

Intervale Center
180 Intervale Road
Burlington, VT 05401

About the Intervale Center

Founded in 1988, the Intervale Center manages 350 acres of farmland, trails and natural areas in the heart of Burlington, Vermont. They are transforming the food system from one that is degrading, anonymous and industrial, to one that is restorative to both human and natural communities, accessible, familiar and human-scale. Inspired by the practicality of Vermont’s farmers and the elegance of natural systems, their impactful work inspires the development of community food systems in Vermont and worldwide.

*This invitation is for the reception only. If you are an RSF investor or borrower interested in attending the Pricing Meeting earlier that day, please contact John Meyers at john.meyers@rsfsocialfinance.org

Oct
9
Mon
COCAP 2017 @ Impact Hub, Oakland, CA
Oct 9 @ 9:00 am – Oct 10 @ 5:00 pm

This year marks the fourth annual COCAP conference. The theme this year is Building The We Economy. The conference will examine strategies for building a local regenerative economy that creates equity and well being for all. It will highlight community wealth building innovations that are working toward leveling the playing field. Along with learning what we need to do, to create a fair and inclusive economy, the conference will discuss who we need to be to truly build the “We Economy”.

Oct
10
Tue
SOCAP17 @ Fort Mason Center, San Francisco, CA
Oct 10 @ 4:30 pm – Oct 13 @ 2:00 pm

SOCAP is the world’s leading conference on activating the power of capital markets to drive positive social and environmental impact – convening the marketplace at the intersection of money and meaning. The conference brings together impact investors, social entrepreneurs, philanthropists, business leaders and other innovators from across the world in a unique cross-sector approach to catalyze collaboration for change. Now in its 10th year, SOCAP attracts over 3000 people annually to accelerate the flow of capital for good.

Oct
16
Mon
Soil 2017 @ Lone Hawk Farm, Boulder, CO
Oct 16 @ 9:00 am – Oct 17 @ 4:00 am

Meet the thought leaders, activists, farmers, food entrepreneurs, and investors who are leading the charge around the country. Soil 2o17 be exploring everything from soil biology to human health to investing in local food systems. Two full days of speaker presentations and discussions, including a special evening program: a talk by Winona LaDuke, and a showing of the new documentary on Wendell Berry’s life.

Nov
9
Thu
Make Money Make Change @ Stony Point Center, Stony Point, NY
Nov 9 @ 9:00 am – Nov 12 @ 12:15 pm

This four-day conference aims to generate visions of a future in which land, wealth and power are equitably distributed. MMMC is a confidential space that uses workshops, storytelling and skill building to create a space for young people with class privilege and wealth to explore questions of identity and responsibility in a supportive environment. MMMC programming is dynamic and specific to young people with wealth who are interested in social justice. If you are just starting to think about identity and social change MMMC is a great space for you! It’s also a great conference to attend if you have been grappling with these issues for some time, and want to do that work in community. We’ll explore a range of topics from creating a giving plan for distributing resources to the dynamics of being in cross-class relationships and communities.