Our mission

To provide families with knowledge and networks to make more impact investments more effectively.

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Member Services


Educational Services

Exceptional content and experiences that provide families with strategic and actionable guidance to expand their impact investing activities

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Data Driven Insights

Industry-leading data platform offering members the quantitative and qualitative insights they need to make more informed impact investment decisions

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Global Community

A curated community of families committed to growing the impact investing marketplace

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The pact

The ImPact’s members are families, joined together by a shared Pact. The Pact calls members to simple but powerful actions that deploy more capital focused on increasing the positive social, environmental and economic impact of their investments.

Make the Pact

for impact


Track the social and financial
outputs of my investments


Share what I learn with others
who make The Pact

Impact Investing

Impact investments intend to generate financial return and measurable social benefit; they can be made across all asset classes and geographies, and across many sectors.

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will transfer to the next generation over next 3 decades

A Golden Age of Philanthropy Still Beckons
Havens and Schervish, 2014

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of Millennials believe business has a positive impact on society.

Deloitte Millennial Survey, 2015

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of assets (on average) allocated by families to impact investments

Fidelity Millionaire Outlook, 2013

To make long lasting change…we have to change the way people live and interact within societies...things better done with free markets and social entrepreneurs than typical philanthropy.

Jim Sorenson

I care about a more just and sustainable world. Through impact investing I feel I am doing my part.

Justin Rockefeller

Just your philanthropic dollars are not enough to solve big world problems. We have a responsibility to use everything we have to make an impact.

Liesel Pritzker Simmons

To whom much is given much is expected. That is something I try to do in all parts of my life.

Jean Case


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