In their own words, Craig and April Chapman describe their experiences investing for impact.
Historically, we have set aside some amount of our personal financial resources to go to non-profits; i.e. organizations that improve the lives of others, with the goal of impacting not only their physical, emotional or educational needs, but also pointing them to God. FThe problem is that once we give the money away, it’s gone – and we have to continue making money in order to give more away. Clearly, that is not a sustainable strategy unless we have an unlimited capacity to make money. That’s where impact investing comes in.Read More