Jan 31, 2022 | 4 minute read

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The Transformational Partnerships Fund: 2021 Annual Report

By John MacIntosh

It has been nine months since the launch of the Transformational Partnerships Fund. The demand and interest for funding to support partnership explorations is clear. TPF has received inquiries and proposals regarding over 60 partnerships and has made six grants involving 15 institutions.  Higher Education is going through an exciting but challenging phase and we are confident that TPF can play a small part in helping institutions navigate these tumultuous waters wisely. We are pleased with TPF’s first year and look forward to 2022 and beyond. Please read more in our Annual Report for 2021.

Best wishes for 2022,

John MacIntosh

John MacIntosh is a Partner of SeaChange Capital Partners. SeaChange manages the Transformational Partnerships Fund which was established by ECMC Foundation, and SeaChange, with additional support from Ascendium Education Group, The Kresge Foundation the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation to support colleges and universities interested in exploring partnerships that could fundamentally improve how they operate and serve students.

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