Sending Office: Honorable Thomas MacArthur
In case you missed it, the US Impact Investing Alliance is holding a Member Roundtable on Wednesday to discuss the new tax bill’s
opportunity zones provision and the new social impact partnerships model Congress just enacted.
Reps. MacArthur and Delaney will be there, and all other interested Representatives and staff are welcome to join. Heavy hitters in this space like
Jim Sorenson (Founder & Chairman, Sorenson Media) and Phil Henderson (President, Surdna Foundation) will be on hand. See the invite below:
Space is limited, so please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP or for more information.
Roundtable with Impact Investors: Investing in What’s Best for America
Hosted by the U.S. Impact Investing Alliance
in collaboration with Representatives Tom MacArthur and John Delaney
Wednesday, April 25, 12 – 1 p.m., LHOB 1732
Refreshments will be provided.
The U.S. Impact Investing Alliance invites you to take part in a roundtable discussion with impact investors.
Private investors are increasingly looking for new ways to generate financial returns while also having a positive impact on their communities. At this roundtable, we will be joined by leading impact investors who are deploying their own wealth or the assets
of their institutions to provide quality jobs, build affordable homes, improve social outcomes and more.
At $114 billion and growing, the market for impact investments has the potential to improve lives and strengthen communities across the country. These efforts often align with the objectives of Federal policymakers. Investors will join lawmakers in a dialogue
about the innovative tools being deployed – including Social Impact Partnerships and Opportunity Zones – and the types of economic and social benefits they seek to achieve.
About the U.S. Impact Investing Alliance
The U.S. Impact Investing Alliance brings together investors of all types to support strategies and approaches that seek to address social and environmental challenges while also producing a financial return. Members of the Alliance represent more than
800 institutional and individual investors throughout the United States. Each year impact investors direct billions of dollars of their own private capital to support the public good.
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