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RWJF at GAIN 2012

The Foundation is thrilled to be a sponsor of the 2012 AIGA GAIN conference in San Francisco on October 9-10. We hope to help inspire conversation on how design, business, and social innovation leaders can collaborate to create social value, improve lives, and strengthen communities.

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If you look at the overall numbers, we are not winning the war against poverty and unhealthy communities.

Join @RWJF & @AIGAconference for the 2012 #GainConference focused on how Business + Design = Social Value

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