2020 has been a challenging year and also one we are proud of at Third Sector. Learn more about our reflections and updates to our racial equity commitments in our end of year letter to our community.
Dear Third Sector Clients and Partners,
In these extraordinary times, our thoughts are with all who are being impacted. As we adjust to the current uncertainty, we realize that the situation is unsettling for everyone and our clients and partners will be addressing competing demands and new priorities. We are fortunate to be part of a caring and resilient community as we navigate through these unprecedented times.
Given the rapidly evolving understanding of COVID-19 and how we can assist in population health and safety, Third Sector has put in place the following
Signed into law this summer, the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act – also known as Perkins V – includes a number of provisions that promote innovation, modernization and the alignment of workforce skills with labor-market needs (see our full summary here). Notably, the legislation also includes the first-ever federal authorization of Career and Technical Education (CTE) funding for Pay for Success.
This change unlocks the potential to accelerate gains in economic mobility for millions of Americans. Every year, $1.1 billion in CTE funding flows from the
Committing to a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion lens in our workImproving our culture, norms, and client-facing approaches
This post originally appeared on the America Forward blog and is co-authored by Nicole Truhe, Government Affairs Director, America Forward. Third Sector Capital Partners is a proud member of the America Forward coalition.
Every day social innovators and social innovation organizations across the country are measurably impacting communities and individuals. This Practice to Policy blog series lifts up the voices of the more than 70 organizations that make up the America Forward Coalition and our broader social innovation network by highlighting their outcomes-based solutions to our country’s most pressing social problems and why
On October 3, Los Angeles County announced the launch of the County’s first Pay for Success (PFS) project: “The Just-in-Reach Supportive Housing Program.” Unlocking a new type of outcomes-contracting in the largest county in the nation was no small feat, and was made possible only through committed leadership and coordination at the LA County Board of Supervisors, CEO’s Office, multiple County agencies and service providers, and California-focused philanthropic partners.
As PFS advisor to the LA County’s CEO’s office since 2012, Third Sector has supported the development of the County’s first PFS