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Helping “Pay For Success” Gain Traction in California

Posted by Harder+Company on May 4, 2015

Recently, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to support a “Pay for Success” (PFS) approach to fund public health and safety programs. Under the PFS model, private investors provide upfront financing for high impact prevention programs and …

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Kevin Rafter joins Harder+Company Community Research as Director of Client Engagement/Senior Research Associate

Posted by Harder+Company on March 16, 2015

Kevin Rafter has joined Harder+Company Community Research as Director of Client Engagement, a new position within the firm. Mr. Rafter will play a leading role in supporting our clients’ information needs; building strong relationships with new and existing clients; and …

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Quality, Community, Causes, and More: What We’re Reading

Posted by Harder+Company on February 22, 2015

With clients who work on so many different and important issues, we are constantly reading new reports, summaries, lessons, and more.  Every so often, we like to share some of the things on our radar screen in the hope that …

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Michelle Magee named President of Harder+Company Community Research, Clare Nolan named Chief Strategy Officer

Posted by Harder+Company on January 30, 2015

Harder+Company Community Research has announced several changes to its executive team that reflect its continued leadership as a pioneering research and strategy consultant for the philanthropic, nonprofit, and public sectors.  Michelle Magee has been named President of Harder+Company, following more …

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Global, Local, and In-Between: The Causes We Supported in 2014

Posted by Harder+Company on December 31, 2014

Each year, Harder+Company shows its support for the community by making donations to organizations that our staff identify.  It’s simple – staff members can request a matching gift for 501c3 nonprofit organizations to which they have made a donation. In …

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