Our Impact

Since 1984, RSF has made over $275 million in loans and $100 million in grants, placing us in the top tier of social finance organizations worldwide. But when we evaluate success, we think beyond dollars. Explore this map to see a snapshot of the types of organizations we support and the people and places affected by our investments.



Estancia Cattle

Estancia Beef

Youth Education & Leadership Development

Pie Ranch

Slow Money - An Introduction

Slow Money

Mary's Gone Crackers

Mary’s Gone Crackers

Resident Sarah with house manager Lynn

Camphill Communities California

An FFC home in Ohio

Foundation For the Challenged

Playing & Learning

Lakota Waldorf School

With gradually increasing awareness of their rights under Islam gained each week at the listening and discussion groups for Equal Access Afghanistan’s groundbreaking radio drama series, My Rights, Your Rights, Our Rights in the Light of Islam, 70 women joined together to petition their village leaders and obtained the right to send their daughters to school for the first time.

Equal Access International

Uniting Communities

Intercambio Uniting Communities

Sable Calves

Fossil Rim Wildlife Center

International Rivers is working with local groups to protect the Zambezi River in Central Africa.

International Rivers


The Pachamama Alliance

A Better Way to do Business

B Lab

Empowering Community Action

Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund

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