In Israel and Gaza alike, nonprofits and community activists have an increased need for medical support for hospitals treating those impacted by the current crisis, aid for refugees and displaced families, financial assistance for victims and their families, as well as psychological supports and mental health resources for impacted children and communities.
It is hard not to leave Climate Week with a mix of inspiration, information overload, and exhaustion. We have been putting the puzzle pieces in place to truly rise to the challenge of tackling this crisis. Now, it's time to get back to work.
Nonprofits and mission aligned for-profits often early in their exploration of recoverable grants often ask us how to get started. After supporting donors in over 100 recoverable grants, we at CapShift encourage nonprofits to consider these steps when starting to raise recoverable grant capital.
Recoverable grants can be a transformative tool to catalyze positive change in the global food and agriculture system. We’re sharing how they can be used to bridge timing gaps, provide low-cost capital, and scale catalytic innovation in the industry.
Using cash as an impact vehicle means making deposits that support access to credit in financially underserved communities, promote homeownership, seek to improve health and education projects, and support the growth of small businesses.
CapShift partners with National Philanthropic Trust to offer impact investing portfolios for donors to align their donor advised fund investments with their charitable goals. CapShift’s Will Mucci shares a look at these portfolios and their impact.
The expansive, interconnected nature of food and agriculture can feel overwhelming at first. With so many avenues for impact, how can advisors work with their clients to determine the best approach?
Nothing evokes the quintessential American backyard BBQ like the cheeseburger. It’s a seemingly simple dinner, yet the journey these ingredients take to get to your plate perfectly illustrate the complexities of a global food and agricultural system at work.
Investing in food and agriculture-focused disruptive technologies can tackle some of the systemic problems at the core of the food system and create long-term change.
As we look at what’s to come in 2023, we want to spotlight a few thematic areas of the impact arena that are also either benefitting from, or are in dire need of some, momentum.