Announcing RSF’s 2013 Annual Report

August 27, 2014

Photo credit: Paige Green Photography

We are excited to announce the publication of our 2013 Annual Report. This year we wanted to share a deeper picture of what our community looks like by taking a closer look at the investors, donors, and social entrepreneurs that make RSF’s work possible. Hear clients reflect on how they are transforming the way they work with money; catch up on highlights from our …

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RSF Makes a Loan to the Charlottesville Waldorf School

October 23, 2014

RSF is pleased to announce a new loan to the Charlottesville Waldorf School (CWS). RSF financing will help the school refinance existing debt, build reserves, and develop more classroom space.

The Charlottesville Waldorf School, located in Albemarle County, Virginia, offers Waldorf education to approximately 160 students in early childhood through eighth grade. Originally named Crossroads Waldorf School, CWS opened in 1982 with a class of 12 Kindergarteners. The school experienced …

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RSF’s Work: A Declaration of Interdependence

October 21, 2014

How did an American History major come to be President & CEO of a social finance company committed to transforming the way the world works with money? In this webinar, RSF President & CEO Don Shaffer shares a few key insights into his journey learning about associative economics, one of RSF’s core operating principles, and how it has played a role in his leadership. Following the presentation, Don takes questions …

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Reflections on Inequality

October 21, 2014

By John Bloom

There are only so many ways to describe the widening gap between the wealthy and the poor. No one seems to disagree that the gap exists, and no one seems to question that the defining element of it is money and all that accrues to it. Also no question, the whole financial resource terrain looks and feels quite different depending upon where one stands in it with …

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