In 2009, The Rockefeller Foundation gave a grant to Social Finance UK to develop a then unknown innovative finance tool called the social impact bond. Targeting the emerging impact investing sector, social impact bonds are an innovation aimed at using private dollars to invest in proven prevention-driven programs that were typically funded by the government. If the service program is successful, the government will pay back the investor with interest. Governments only pay for results and may save money, service providers can bring their programs to scale, and investors make a return – both financial and social – a win-win-win.
Fast forward just 4 years, and the concept of social impact bonds is being piloted in the UK, and has caught the attention of Mayors and Governors throughout the US – from Massachusetts, to San Francisco, to New York City and beyond.
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