An engaged philanthropist expects a return on his investment, however in this case it’s more about a “social return,” and not simply a financial one.

Types of capital you can invest

    Social Capital    

Providing connections through your network of relationships

    Intellectual Capital    

Engaging through mentoring, coaching or providing access to a professional/professionals with expertise in the areas they wish to grow

    Financial Capital    

Long-term support with the expectation that, by the conclusion of a bell-shaped curved investment, the recipient has elevated the growth, impact, stability and sustainability of their organization

Who We Invest In

CDFI Support

A community development financial institution is a financial institution that provides credit and financial services to underserved markets and populations.

NEO Fund | Ashtabula County
ECDI | Cleveland – Akron – Columbus – Toledo

Social Enterprise Support

A social enterprise is a business created to further a social purpose in a financially sustainable way.

SEA Change Northeast Ohio | Cleveland
SEA Change Columbus | Columbus

College Mentoring

We are heavily invested in helping first-generation, low-income college students persist to graduation through an engaged mentorship program.

College Now Greater Cleveland | Greater Cleveland – Akron
I Know I Can | Columbus
Cincinnati Youth Collaborative | Cincinnati
MentorcliQ | Ohio