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The Emergence of Pay for Success Funding

About this event

This event is produced in partnership with the Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF). Registration is through the NFF website.


At a time when everyone is being asked to do more with less, innovators around the world are seeking cost-effective solutions that can deliver better social outcomes for their communities. Pay for Success (PFS) is one such strategy: across the country, investments are increasingly being made in interventions that can demonstrate success in delivering social and economic outcomes for individuals, families, and communities most in need. NFF has emerged as a critical voice in this space: moderating the hub, facilitating readiness incubators, and preparing organizations for the transactional process. In this 60-minute session, we’ll offer a brief history of PFS, and proceed to learn about the ways in which Pay For Success Financing works to connect performance outcomes to financial return, steps that organizations can take to prepare themselves to engage with PFS funding models, and a survey of the current PFS field.

Registration includes an invitation to join the live broadcast for this webinar, as well as a recorded version that participants can view at their convenience and downloadable PPT slides. Recordings and PPT slides will be disseminated shortly after each webinar.

About the Series

This webinar is part of the The Spectrum of Nonprofit Financing Options Webinar Series, which explores the reality of the nonprofit operating environment and how this system impacts common business choices. Amid today’s rapidly changing economic environment, participants will come away from this series better prepared to plan for the future and manage using data.

Registration Options

$67.50 NAO Members

$75 Nonmembers

$382.50 Full Series Discount Package

Are you an NAO Member? Get 10% off individual webinar sessions produced in partnership with the Nonprofit Finance Fund by using the discount code on NAO’s Member Only Page. You must be logged in to access this page.