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Capricorn Investment Group


United States of America

Capricorn Investment Group is a privately owned investment manager. The firm primarily provides its services to foundations, endowments, institutions, and high-net-worth individuals. It invests in the public equity, fixed income, private equity, and real assets markets across the globe.

Type: Investor Network Geography: United States of America Impact:

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Ford Foundation


United States of America

The Ford Foundation supports visionary leaders and organizations on the frontlines of social change worldwide. The believe all people should have the opportunity to reach their full potential, contribute to society, and have voice in the decisions that affect them.

Type: Foundation Geography: Global Impact: Capacity Building

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Forsythia Foundation


United States of America

The Forsythia Foundation is a charitable, non-profit Single Parent agency established in June of 2010 by Suna Om, President and founder. Ms. Om, a native of Korea, is a respected resident and investor in the historic West End community of Atlanta, Georgia. Years ago she became a successful entrepreneur and real estate developer, as well as serving as the head of the Korean American Chamber of Commerce of Georgia. Suna is also a member of the West End Merchants Association, and regularly participates in events and initiatives designed to improve the economic opportunities and growth of the West End neighborhood.

Type: Foundation Geography: United States of America Impact:

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Grantham Foundation for the Protection of the Envi


The Grantham foundation is a private foundation. The Grantham Foundation seeks to raise awareness of urgent environmental issues and supports individuals and organizations working to find solutions. The grantmaking supports communication and collaboration in environmental protection, with an emphasis on climate change.

Type: Foundation Geography: Impact:

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McKnight Foundation


United States of America

The McKnight Foundation a Minnesota based family foundation seeks to improve the quality of life for present and future generations. Through grantmaking collaboration and strategic policy reform they use their resources to attend unite and empower those they serve.The McKnight Foundation a Minnesota based family foundation seeks to improve the quality of life for present and future generations. We use all our resources to attend unite and empower those we serve. Program interests include regional economic and community development Minnesota s arts and artists education equity youth engagement Midwest climate and energy Mississippi River water quality neuroscience research international crop research and rural livelihoods. Our primary geographic focus is the state of Minnesota with significant support also directed to strategies throughout the U.S. and in Africa Southeast Asia and Latin America.

Type: Foundation Geography: Americas Impact: Capacity Building

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Mission Point Capital Partners


United States of America

MissionPoint Capital Partners was originally formed in 2006 as a private investment firm established by Mark Schwartz former President and Chief Executive Officer of Soros Fund Management and former Chairman of Goldman Sachs (Asia) Jesse M. Fink co founder and former Chief Operating Officer of priceline.com and Mark J. Cirilli former Chief Investment Officer of Marshall Street Management.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: United States of America Impact: Access to Energy

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Nia Community Fund


United States of America

The Nia Community Fund is focused on grants and investments that work towards social equity and environmental sustainability in Oakland.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Americas Impact: Access to Financial Services

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Omidyar Network


United States of America

Omidyar Network invests in entrepreneurs who share our commitment to advancing social good at the pace and scale the world needs today. We are focused on five key areas we believe are building blocks for prosperous stable and open societies Education Emerging Tech Financial Inclusion Governance & Citizen Engagement and Property Rights.We take calculated risks in the earliest stages of innovation helping to transform promising ideas into successful ventures. As an active impact investor we offer more than just financial support. We provide vital human capital capabilities from serving on boards to consulting on strategy coaching executives to recruiting new talent. We connect promising investees to entrepreneurial visionaries with business know how. We also leverage the tremendous capacity of Web and mobile technologies to go beyond incremental improvement and make a significant widespread impact.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Global Impact: Access to Financial Services

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Prudential


United States of America

Prudential formalized its impact investing program in 1976 to identify market inefficiencies and craft investment solutions that generate an appropriate risk-adjusted return while driving social change. As markets evolve, many impactful assets have become investable assets by mainstream investment standards. The group invests in a variety of asset classes including public and private debt and equity, mortgages, tax credits, REITS and structured products. The team manages a portfolio that will soon surpass $500 million and originates over $100 million in new impact investments each year, while generating an appropriate risk-adjusted return.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Europe Impact: Access to Financial Services

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Sustainable America


United States of America

Sustainable America is a new environmental not-for-profit organization dedicated to the dual issues of food and fuel. Food is fuel. The consumption of food and traditional fossil fuels are inextricably linked. Their production is nearing capacity, and shortages in both are a very real near term possibility. Rising prices at the pump become increased costs (or decreased portions) at the grocery, and the combination effectively shrinks already stretched paychecks for millions of Americans. Without a concerted effort at all levels to separate the two—and to develop both component and systemic solutions to agricultural and energy shortcomings—we will be faced with a global crisis. As daunting as the outlook is, there is hope on the horizon. Our goal is to bring together like-minded groups to foster awareness through open dialog and educational outreach, and act as a catalyst for the development and funding of real solutions to the impending food/fuel crisis. Only by thinking and working together can we cultivate the change that fuels our future as a Sustainable America.

Type: Foundation Geography: United States of America Impact: Access to Energy

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The Nathan Cummings Foundation


United States of America

The Foundation's approach to grantmaking embodies some basic themes: concern for the poor, disadvantaged, and underserved; respect for diversity; promotion of understanding across cultures; and empowerment of communities in need.

Type: Foundation Geography: Americas Impact: Community Development

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Transform Finance Investor Network


United States of America

Transform Finance is a committed community of investors, entrepreneurs and social leaders that seek to place communities back at the core of impact investing and that support community-led models of investment. They focus on the exploration and implementation of the Transformative Finance principles.

Type: Investor Network Geography: Americas Impact: Access to Financial Services

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Wallace Global Fund


United States of America

The Wallace Global Fund is guided by the vision of the late Henry A. Wallace former Secretary of Agriculture and Vice President under Franklin D. Roosevelt. Committed to serving the general welfare his life exemplified farsightedness global vision and receptivity to new ideas. He was keenly interested in scientific innovation as a force to enhance human well being and had an abiding faith in the individual's spirit and capacity to bring about sound and just social change. The Fund was established by his son Robert B. Wallace (1918 2002) in 1995 and grew out of the Wallace Genetic Foundation founded in 1965 by Henry A. Wallace.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: United States of America Impact: Community Development

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