To catalyze the flow of capital to our local food system by developing a network of entrepreneurs, farmers and investors guided by new impact investment principles connected to place, rooted in relationships and respecting human dignity and environmental limits.
Build a diverse community of Investors and Entrepreneurs aiming to finance local, sustainable food businesses.
Inspire and educate people through events and public forums about the connected nature of investing and food system change.
Catalyze new and democratic opportunities for investment in food and farm businesses that yield a better food system for all.
Good Food Spotlight
From November 2016 forward, Slow Money NYC has consistently produced the Good Food Spotlight bi-monthly with a rotating set of partners including Foodworks, Kiva, Hot Bread Kitchen, Entrepreneur Space and Grow NYC. By rotating partners, we have brought the Spotlight format to new neighborhoods in three NYC boroughs and built a following among a more diverse entrepreneurial base. The Good Food Spotlight has featured 35 companies in the local/sustainable food and agriculture, and engaged with an enthusiastic audience of over nearly 250 entrepreneurs, investors and experts in the local food community.
Starting in 2017, Slow Money NYC has started hosting quarterly Jeffersonian Dinners in NYC and the Hudson Valley, focused on creating illuminating conversation around the challenges and rewards of patient capital.
Visit the Calendar to see what upcoming events we have scheduled.