Bri Trypuc

Executive Director

A philanthropic strategist, Bri is founder of the Trypuc Philanthropic Office (TPO), an independent advisory, operations management and strategic consultancy. She is also Executive Director of the Robert Kerr Foundation a Toronto-based private foundation. A former wealth management consultant and co-creator of Charity Intelligence Canada, Bri brings cross-sector experience working with donors, corporations and the government. She’s a member of the Technical Advisory Group for the Department of Employment and Social Development Canada’s Social Finance Fund – a $755 million initiative that seeks to accelerate the growth of Canada’s social finance market.

Bri volunteers on the board of the Boundless Boarding School and as a post-graduate student mentor. Her vision, leadership, and upbeat presence always inspire.


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Day 1: May 12, 2022

Day 2: May 13, 2022

2:45 pm

2:45 pm

TRACK 1

CASE STUDY

Use Social Impact Bonds to Achieve Policy Objectives and Financial Performance

Organizations turning to social impact bonds can offer better social outcomes in certain areas and pass on part of the savings achieved to investors. Examine a three-year programme delivered in Manitoba that offered a social service organization $2.25 million once program outcomes were met. In a case study, discover social impact bonds’ use and development and assess their value for your organization. Take away specific solutions to:

  • Address the bond’s impact and returns for your organization
  • Integrate the decision-making process: aligning objectives with your mandates
  • Implement the project and evaluate financial success

Adopt socially responsible investment strategies to complement your mission with steady returns.