Resources

Though much of the work we do for clients is confidential, we share what we learn whenever possible and appropriate. We hope the resources here will help you take the next step on your impact journey.

How an Innovative Grant Catalyzed Investment Capital to Bring Health Care to Vulnerable Populations

How an Innovative Grant Catalyzed Investment Capital to Bring Health Care to Vulnerable Populations

This Arabella case study explores work the Atlantic Philanthropies has done to build up health care providers in underserved communities, by using an innovative grant process designed to catalyze subsequent financial investments.

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Funding the Foodshed

Funding the Foodshed

This analysis explores the state of philanthropic food funding in the Chesapeake region and highlights trends, gaps, and actionable opportunities for funders.

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Reducing Food Waste by Changing How Consumers Interact with Food

Reducing Food Waste by Changing How Consumers Interact with Food

This guide describes promising opportunities to reduce food waste in three areas—packaging, food retail, and home kitchens—and discusses a number of solutions that could be piloted, validated, and scaled to significantly reduce food waste in America.

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The Global Fossil Fuel Divestment and Clean Energy Investment Movement

The Global Fossil Fuel Divestment and Clean Energy Investment Movement

As of December 2016, institutions and individuals with assets over $5 trillion have committed to divest from fossil fuels. Our annual report tracks this movement's remarkable growth.

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Ending Energy Poverty by 2030

Ending Energy Poverty by 2030

This Arabella report provides a broad assessment of the clean energy access landscape and identifies key existing initiatives, critical gaps in the field, and preliminary near-term investment opportunities.

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Investing to Strengthen the Good Food Supply Chain

Investing to Strengthen the Good Food Supply Chain

This Arabella report identifies key impact investment opportunities across five areas of the good food supply chain.

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