Press Release: ICS Announces Recipients of Technical Assistance to Support Pay for Success Financing to Improve Early Childhood Outcomes in Oklahoma and Florida

PRESS RELEASE: Institute for Child Success Announces Recipients of Technical Assistance to Support Pay for Success Financing to Improve Early Childhood Outcomes in Oklahoma and Florida Contact: Mary C. Garvey Cell Phone: 202-257-9545 Email: mgarvey@instituteforchildsuccess.org Download press release here Greenville, South Carolina…

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Press Release: S.C. rated 4th-highest in U.S. for rural schools’ needs

S.C. rated 4th-highest in U.S. for rural schools’ needs FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 14, 2017 Contact: Megan Carolan, mcarolan@instititeforchildsuccess.org, (908) 418-1684 Or Alan Richard, press@instituteforchildsuccess.org, (202) 641-1300 WASHINGTON—South Carolina has some of the nation’s neediest rural schools and lowest achievement…

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Press Release: Institute for Child Success Announces Recipients of Technical Assistance to Support Pay for Success Financing of Innovative Early Childhood Interventions

Greenville, South Carolina (April 13, 2016) – The Institute for Child Success (“ICS”), a Grantee of the Social Innovation Fund’s (SIF) Pay for Success program, announced the selection of its second cohort of organizations to receive technical assistance from ICS…

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Small Steps

The Institute for Child Success and Ferebee Lane are pleased to release Small Steps, which premiered this evening in Greenville, SC. This short documentary film explores the experiences of young mothers with young children and opportunities for design. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHLC1tvSC5Y The…

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ICS Provides Details About New Pay for Success Initiative to Support Early Childhood Outcomes

On October 1, the Social Innovation Fund invested more than $780,000 in the Institute for Child Success (ICS) to advance early childhood outcomes through Pay for Success (PFS) financing. Pay for Success is a financing model that can help scale up effective interventions while saving governments money. While PFS is an exciting model with a range of benefits, it is also technically difficult to deploy and few organizations in the early childhood community have developed the required expertise. The Social Innovation Fund’s investment, along with matching funds from ReadyNation, United Way of Greenville County, and Greenville Health System, will fuel an initiative to build that expertise and capacity for PFS within the early childhood community.

This initiative will deploy three chief strategies to build capacity in the early childhood community for PFS financing: technical assistance, convening, and information sharing.

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Institute for Child Success Awarded Grant to Support Early Childhood Outcomes

SIF_Logo_TaglineWASHINGTON, D.C. (October 1, 2014) – The Corporation for National and Community Service’s (CNCS) Social Innovation Fund (SIF) today announced that the Institute for Child Success (ICS) has been awarded more than $780,000 through a highly competitive open grant competition. Announced at an event co-hosted by the U.S. National Advisory Board on Impact Investing, SIF, and the Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation at Georgetown University, the investment aims to advance and evaluate emerging funding models that align payment for services with verified outcomes, an approach known as Pay for Success (PFS).

ICS applied for this investment as a national leader in PFS finance for early childhood programs. The grant will allow ICS to help jurisdictions from across the United States to use PFS financing to improve outcomes for young children and their families. In 2014, ICS organized the first national conference on PFS for early childhood with the business organization ReadyNation. ICS also conducted a 9-month PFS feasibility study on the Nurse-Family Partnership, which enabled South Carolina to move smoothly into PFS transaction structuring and should result in the investment of significant new dollars for services to nearly 4,000 families in need.

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