Since our inaugural event in 2009, Slow Money’s National Gathering has emerged as a significant new venue for field building, investing, and social change.
The event features dozens of food entrepreneurs who are leading the way rebuilding local food systems around the country, along with many renowned thought leaders in agriculture, investing and philanthropy.
Slow Money national gatherings have attracted thousands of people from 36 states and several foreign countries. Since mid-2010, over $22 million has flowed from Slow Money funders to more than 185 small food enterprises around the country and a few abroad. There are now 16 Slow Money chapters in the U.S. and one in France. Six investment clubs have been formed. In October, the Soil Trust was launched, creating the opportunity for small individual contributions to play a big role in the Slow Money movement.
Come join with Slow Money NYC this year and connect with Slow Money activists and enthusiasts from around the World. REGISTER HERE.
“What a pleasure to be part of a gathering
that wasn't just talking about the future but bending it!
Slow Money is one of the keys to a healthy future.”
– Bill McKibben, Founder of 350.org
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