Impact investing refers to the intentional deployment of funds by investors that seek both a social and a financial return. It grows out of the practice of social or socially responsible investing, which includes positive and negative screening and shareholder advocacy; and mission investing, that is, investments by mission-based organizations.
Foundations of all types and sizes, and individuals, make impact investments. These include investments across all asset classes and along the entire spectrum of risk and return, from program related investments to market rate investments that yield competitive rates of return.
By becoming an impact investor, you can put more or even all of your financial resources to work in support of your philanthropic mission.
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