Through impact investing, we create measurable social and environmental value while securing financial returns

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We support the region’s competencies in technological innovation while increasing the competitiveness and growth of business fabric

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We participate in urban and social regeneration processes for the benefit of people and communities

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We collaborate in the development and growth of the region and support projects in the fields of art, culture, social innovation and welfare, with the Crowdfunding tool.

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Fondazione Sviluppo e Crescita CRT:
Innovation and Impact Investing .

Fondazione Sviluppo e Crescita CRT is a non-profit organisation founded on the initiative of Fondazione CRT. It contributes to the development of Piedmont and Valle d’Aosta through social impact investing in the fields of Social Housing, urban and social regeneration and innovation.

Funds approved since 2007

over 160 million euros

Funds allocated to the territory in the period 2007-2021

137 million euros

Institutional investments disbursed in 2021

5,7 million euros



Training, tools and contributions to involve donors in art, culture, welfare, social innovation projects in the territory.

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Urban and social regeneration

Investment in Collective Housing and Social Housing together with an assessment of the social impact and sustainability of the interventions

Innovation and Businesses

Technology transfer, startups, growth of local SMEs, development of management skills

Impact Investing

A complete investment strategy: investment assessment, exit strategy, sustainability, transfer of organisational and management skills


+Risorse is the crowdfunding tool of Fondazione Sviluppo e Crescita CRT for the growth of organisations in the region related to projects in the fields of art, culture, social innovation and welfare.

+Risorse is aimed at non-profit organisations in Piedmont and Valle d’Aosta that want to develop innovative projects in the cultural and social fields using the meritocratic tool of crowdfunding.

From 2017 to date, 92% of the selected crowdfunding projects have been successful. More than 5,300 private donors have concretely supported the initiatives by investing a total of more than EUR 400,000.



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