Impact investing makes investments in companies, organizations, and funds that make positive and measurable social and environmental impacts, alongside a financial return. But how impactful is this type of impact investing really?
According to new data, households making first-time gifts to new organizations increased for the first time in 2017. Some analysts have credited this jump to what they call, “rage giving.” In this post, we dig a little deeper into what this all means and how GroundSwell could be a valuable resource for this new class of donor.
As we’ve worked to rollout our program over the last few years, we’re often asked about our competition. While there are other prepaid card programs working with affinity groups, none of them share GroundSwell’s unique commitment to making a difference in the world.
Have you heard of the Rohingya? If you’re like most Americans, probably not, and that’s understandable. There are so many loud voices competing for our attention everyday, that the quiet voices can sometimes be drowned out. And unfortunately, the voice of refugees is too often silent.
Every time we swipe our plastic cards, a small fee is charged. It’s not much – just a few pennies – but when those fees get multiplied millions of times over, every single day, those pennies really begin to add up. So where does that huge pot of money go?
News & Press
GroundSwell co-founders Dan Rubano and Joe Graves were recently interviewed for a featured article in our hometown newspaper The Camas-Washougal Post Record.
GroundSwell is pleased to announce the launch of its first shop-and-support card program in partnership with the Chicago-based nonprofit Life After Hate.
GroundSwell today announced a partnership with The Octalysis Group, a company that helps businesses engage their customers through human focused design or “gamification”.
GroundSwell, a Washington State Social Purpose Corporation dedicated to creating sustainable revenue sources for nonprofit and philanthropic organizations, announced the addition of David Desharnais and Belinda Rodman to its board of directors.
GroundSwell, a Washington State social purpose corporation based in Washougal, Wash., is shaking up the philanthropic world with a sustainable revenue-sharing approach designed for nonprofit organizations. This month, the company–whose mission is to sustainably fund organizations that make the world a better place–kicked off its final round of investment crowdfunding to raise $1 million for its public launch this fall.