Business and philanthropy are changing. 

Innovative donors are looking to invest their donor advised funds and private foundations in companies that earn money and accomplish kingdom good, instead of investing in public stock so the profits can accumulate to be given away in the future. Why wait to make an impact if you can invest in businesses that will do good and make money today? 

It's called impact investing and Forbes has named it the #1 trend in philanthropy for 2015 and 2016. Impact Foundation's special tax exempt status allows it to provide a new kind of donor advised fund built just for impact investing - and the future of philanthropy. 

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Impact Company

impact investing - putting capital to work in businesses and charities that seek a measurable social, environmental and/or spiritual gain alongside financial return