Modernizing what it means to be a philanthropist

Modernizing what it means to be a philanthropist

The Impact Newsfeed

Big or small, everyone has something meaningful to contribute. Our mission is to help people think differently about how to make a difference.
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Irene Whalen

I hosted a COVID friendly event for friends to celebrate Halloween.


Cw Herron

I use my own refillable water bottle instead of plastic.


Jill Ethier

I bought a Pura Vida bracelet which donated a percentage of funds to help save sea turtles.


Kennedy Oageng

I care for the environment by recycling everything.


J.C. Pena Nunez

I gave $300 to others so they could be better off.


Maret Marcin

Worked for a breast cancer research charity for two years running events to raise over $200,000 annually for life-saving research


Chad Kojouri

We represent many documentary filmmakers that can use their voices to help incite change.


Irene Whalen

When we ran out of paper towels, I bought reusable Bamboo paper towels (for less than $8 on Amazon) and they’re working well!


Ingrid Sangiwa

I introduced several people towards exploring the options offered by online educational learning to improve their life.


Maret Marcin

I was an accountability buddy to a friend, calling them once in the morning and once at night for a week so they could talk through where their blocks were and get on a more productive schedule.


Kavi Jarrott

I grew up vegetarian and sometimes vegan. I try only buy organic dairy that comes from farms where they don’t mistreat the cows.


Cw Herron

I clean my recyclables before sorting them into the bins.


Brian Ford

I started working from home full-time, greatly reducing the amount I’m driving every day.


Hussain Lokhandwala

I assist an elderly neighbor whenever she needs any help with technology.


Falguni Katira

I live kindly, give openly and work heartily towards every cause I’m involved with.


Dr. Sangeeta Sahi

I created documentary films for artisan communities in India.


Ingrid Sangiwa

I volunteer weekly on the Youth Up platform as a mentor.


Kelly O'Hara

I buy from the farmers market a few times a month.


The 4 Pillars of Impact

There are so many ways to get involved. The future of social impact is a spectrum where everyone contributes in traditional and non-traditional ways!

1. CHOICES

– Conscious buying

– Environmental sustainability

– Cause Advocacy

Dan Evans
CTO at RecoverX
“I compost, recycle, and drive a scooter to be more sustainable.”

2. PROFESSION

– Conscious Hiring

– Contribution business models

– Effort applied

Melissa Zhang
Journalist
“I create equal opportunity initiatives at work.”

3. RESOURCES

– Giving away goods

– Donating money

– Transferring education

Kiran Kumar
Founder of CrossBow Canada
“I helped raised $600 CAD for an Indian female empowerment movement.”

4. TIME

– Formal volunteerism

– Spending meaningful time

– Local community service

Mike Sherbakov
Founder of Greatness Collective
“I lead house build projects in Mexico.”

We're a community of real people doing real things.

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Hours Given

$5293

Dollars Donated

300

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