Our Impact

OUR IMPACT

We are a team of dreamers and doers, a team of experts and cheerleaders. We work tirelessly alongside our clients to help the size and scope of their INCOME match the size and scope of their IMPACT.  

OUR IMPACT

We are a team of dreamers and doers, a team of experts and cheerleaders. We work tirelessly alongside our clients to help the size and scope of their INCOME match the size and scope of their IMPACT.  

Stories

We serve the best organizations in the social sector and have raised over $2 billion to help solve the most pressing social issues of our time. Our Impact is driven by the expertise we bring to the partners we serve and the work we empower.

Improving Food Security

Africa will account for 50% of the world’s population growth (adding 1 Billion people) over the next three decades. Currently, 1 in 4 lack adequate food for a healthy, active life. Food solutions are critical to this population.

Partners in Food Solutions is helping to cultivate a sustainable African food industry through expansion and increased competitiveness of the food processing sector. By connecting corporate volunteers from world-class food companies with promising entrepreneurs in ten African countries, world-class is expertise is shared to enhance everything from facility design to product development in order to strengthen food security, improve nutrition, and increase economic development.

Intellectual & Developmental Disability Support

Over 7 million Americans (up to 3% of the general US population) live with an intellectual and developmental disability. The LOGAN Center in South Bend, Indiana supports people with intellectual and developmental disabilities for almost 70 years so they, and their families, may achieve their desired quality of life. Approximately 1500 each year benefit from exceptional care and innovative programs to help increase the quality of life for those affected and their families.

International Development

In the world’s toughest places, Engineers Without Borders USA is partnering with communities to tackle the challenges that keep the world’s poorest people from living healthy, productive lives. Through volunteerism of 13,800 skilled volunteer engineers, communities are supported in finding appropriate solutions for their infrastructure needs. Footbridges to provide pathways to opportunities, solar panels that bring light where it is dark, and wells that can spring from the ground are all projects that build the foundation for a community to thrive for years to come.

Stories

We serve the best organizations in the social sector and have raised over $2 billion to help solve the most pressing social issues of our time. Our Impact is driven by the expertise we bring to the partners we serve and the work we empower.

Improving Food Security

 

Africa will account for 50% of the world’s population growth (adding 1 Billion people) over the next three decades. Currently, 1 in 4 lack adequate food for a healthy, active life. Food solutions are critical to this population.

Partners in Food Solutions is helping to cultivate a sustainable African food industry through expansion and increased competitiveness of the food processing sector. By connecting corporate volunteers from world-class food companies with promising entrepreneurs in ten African countries, world-class is expertise is shared to enhance everything from facility design to product development in order to strengthen food security, improve nutrition, and increase economic development.

Intellectual & Developmental Disability Support

 

Over 7 million Americans (up to 3% of the general US population) live with an intellectual and developmental disability. The LOGAN Center in South Bend, Indiana supports people with intellectual and developmental disabilities for almost 70 years so they, and their families, may achieve their desired quality of life. Approximately 1500 each year benefit from exceptional care and innovative programs to help increase the quality of life for those affected and their families.

International Development

 

In the world’s toughest places, Engineers Without Borders USA is partnering with communities to tackle the challenges that keep the world’s poorest people from living healthy, productive lives. Through volunteerism of 13,800 skilled volunteer engineers, communities are supported in finding appropriate solutions for their infrastructure needs. Footbridges to provide pathways to opportunities, solar panels that bring light where it is dark, and wells that can spring from the ground are all projects that build the foundation for a community to thrive for years to come.

Scholars

In our work with thousands of organizations, we’ve seen that the most positive and lasting changes are often produced under the leadership of one individual. The vision, drive, and energy of just one person can transform an entire organization. The For Impact Scholars program is our way of investing in emerging non-profit sector leadership.  This program offers mentorship, training, and strategic thinking to a select cohort of social entrepreneurs.

Scholars

In our work with thousands of organizations, we’ve seen that the most positive and lasting changes are often produced under the leadership of one individual. The vision, drive, and energy of just one person can transform an entire organization. The For Impact Scholars program is our way of investing in emerging non-profit sector leadership.  This program offers mentorship, training, and strategic thinking to a select cohort of social entrepreneurs.

Norette Turimuci
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
RESONATE

Norette leverages her extensive strategic planning and management experience to expand Resonate’s impact through storytelling and leadership workshops, and to empower the next generation of women and girl leaders in East Africa. Training over 6,000 participants, Resonate provides tools to place women at the forefront of a movement to build prosperity.

Solomon Kayiwa Mugambe
CO-FOUNDER/PRESIDENT
WEZESHA

Solomon, an African Visionary Fellow with Segal Family Foundation and Perennial Fellow, co-founded Wezesha Impact – a social enterprise enabling youth to engage in productive employment. Wezesha Impact equips youth in Uganda with the skills to start and grow businesses, find and thrive at jobs, and actively participate civically.

James Katumba S
CO-FOUNDER/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
WEZESHA

Before co-founding Wezesha Impact, James worked as a secondary school teacher and served as a youth mentor with Educate!. James co-founded Wezesha Impact to empower underserved youth through a practical experience that builds their entrepreneurship, employability and leadership skills to enable them to thrive in the labor market.

Samson Wambuzi M
CO-FOUNDER
PROGRAM DIRECTOR

YIYA

Samson is a physics teacher and 2019 Obama Africa Leader whose childhood experiences in rural Uganda have shaped Yiya’s mission to promote resilience and creative problem solving in African youth through experiential STEM education.  He loves creating educational games that make difficult topics student-friendly!

Erin Mae Fitzgerald
CO-FOUNDER
PROGRAM DIRECTOR
YIYA

Erin graduated from MIT with a passion to spread her love of engineering to underrepresented populations. With over a decade of experience in STEM education, teacher training, and curriculum development across the US and East Africa, Erin loves teaching youth the power of finding local engineering solutions for local community problems. 

Partners

Over the last 35 years, we have been thankful to have supported the transformation of more than 5,000 organizations through training and coaching solutions, managed managed more than 500 successful fundraising campaigns, and raised more than $2 billion for and with organizations throughout the world. Here are just a few…

Partners

Over the last 35 years, we have been thankful to have supported the transformation of more than 5,000 organizations through training and coaching solutions, managed managed more than 500 successful fundraising campaigns, and raised more than $2 billion for and with organizations throughout the world. Here are just a few…