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The Future Resilience Fund

The Future Resilience Fund (FRF) increases capital available for the recovery and reconstruction of Israel by leveraging blended finance.



 

Israel faces an unprecedented crisis

We must balance immediate needs with strategic long-term recovery planning. To triumph, we need collective innovative thinking to amplify capital funding and to optimize impact.

We catalyze capital for recovery

Traditional funding avenues, such as donations and government allocations, are inadequate for Israel's needs. Some needs must be tackled through private-sector investments and international development grants.

Utilizing innovative funding models

FRF focuses on areas where catalytic and blended finance can mobilize global investments from both private and public sectors. We leverage funding mechanisms such as:

  1. Impact first equity investments: high-impact, high-risk investments in early-stage tech companies that could deliver immediate exponential impact and future financial returns 

  1. Recoverable grants & forgivable loans: loan-like capital aimed at funding growth, developing new capabilities, and up-skilling organizations - focusing on SMBs and NGOs

  2. Grants/matching grants - Grants for ecosystem-level projects: infrastructural advancements that trigger multifaceted growth and massive economic activity

 

We must seize this opportunity to rebuild our systems

Simply returning to a pre-war state is insufficient. This is an opportunity to rebuild our ecosystems while remedying their previous issues.

Together, we can accelerate Israel's journey towards resilience, cementing the foundations for regional prosperity

To learn more, reach out to alina@polly-labs.com

Check out our new report:
" Israel Turning Point Repot: Future Scenarios for Envisioning the Path to Recovery & Resilience 

"Events won’t wait for clarity,

 the choices we make today will have a lasting impact on Israel’s future"


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