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PRODUCT INVENTORY – FULL PUBLIC DATA TABLE TESTER

The  table below includes information about impact investing products from issuers who responded to our surveying (and a number of additional products from public sources). To view more information about respondents’ products in a catalogue format, click here.

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Impact Investment Products in Canada

LogosOrganizationProduct NameAsset ClassAssets Under ManagementProduct Open for InvestmentMinimum initial investment ($CAD)EligibilityImpact EvidenceIRIS 4.0 social impact objective(s)IRIS 4.0 environmental impact objective(s)IRIS 4.0 target group(s)Community/region benefitedDescriptionWebsite
Marigold Capital Marigold 1 LP Private Equity - Early Stage (i.e., Venture Capital) AUM < $1M Open $200,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Access to education, Access to financial services, Access to information, Capacity-building, Community development, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment, Health improvement, Human rights protection or expansion, Income/productivity growth Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults, Persons with disabilities, Minority/previously excluded populations, Women, Pregnant women, Other at-risk populations We invest for prosperity & profit. Always. We invest in profitable businesses that support their clients & communities. We invest in undercapitalized, underrepresented & marginalized entrepreneurs as they build the most resilient & return generating companies. https://marigold-capital.com/
Trillium Housing Trillium Housing Bond - Pickering Real Estate $5 ≤ AUM < $20M Open $250,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowment, Accredited investors, Other Impact Data: Can provide data that explicitly informs assessment of additionality and/or cost-effectiveness Access to financial services, affordable housing Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults, Persons with disabilities, Minority/previously excluded populations, Women Pickering, Ontario The proceeds from our current offering of the Trillium Housing Bond will be invested in our latest project in Pickering, Ontario. As of July 2017, the site is aquired and a complete rezoning package has been submitted to the city for a 263 entry-level sta"&"cked town house development. The Trillium Housing Bond will earn 5.5% interest compounded annually with full repayment of capital and interest in five years. The Bonds are issued by Trillium Housing Non-Profit, who uses the Bond proceeds exclusively as in"&"vestment in the housing development. The Trillium Mortgage is provided to income eligible home purchasers. It provides housing affordability as it is payment-free until discharge. https://trilliumhousing.ca/for-investors/
Cygnus Investment Partners Cygnus/KKR Global Impact Fund Private Equity - Mature (i.e., Growth Capital, Buyouts) AUM ≥ $50M Open $250,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowment, Accredited investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Access to clean water, access to education, access to energy, agricultural productivity Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use, Water resources management Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults The Cygnus/KKR Global Impact Fund is managed by Kohlberg, Kravis, Roberts & Co. LP (KKR), one of the world's leading private equity firms. The Fund aims to generate "private equity-like returns" - Net IRR of 16-20%, Net MOIC of 2.0x - while driving positive impact. It will invest in businesses that deliver commercial solutions that address the UN Sustainable Government Goals, and will focus on areas where KKR has deep experience. The Fund will target global investment opportunities in the developed and emerging markets with a focus on North America, Europe and Asia. The Fund will focus its investments in companies whose business models address commercial opportunities primarily associated with five key Global Impact Verticals: Industrial and Infrastructure Solutions; Environmental Management; Next Generation Energy; Responsible Production and Consumption; Learning Resources and Workforce Development. http://www.cygnusinvestmentpartners.com
Ottawa Renewable Energy Co-op Local Solar Investments Private Equity - Mature (i.e., Growth Capital, Buyouts) $1 ≤ AUM < $5M Closed 2500; $5000 for RRSP or TFSA Retail investors Access to energy Sustainable energy Investing in local solar projects produces significant impacts in the community, from facilitating job creation, to offsetting carbon dioxide emissions, to empowering citizens to reduce the environmental impact of their investment portfolio. orec.ca
Scotian Wind Inc. Scotian Wind Green Bonds Private Debt $5 ≤ AUM < $20M Open $50,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Output Data: Report a selection of relevant investee outputs consistent with impact goals Access to energy, Access to financial services, Capacity-building, Community development, Generate funds for charitable giving, Income/productivity growth Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults, Persons with disabilities, Minority/previously excluded populations, Women, Pregnant women, Other at-risk populations These 5 year bonds pay 7% interest quarterly to accredited investors, charities and corporations. We pay 1% of the annual gross revenues of our limited partnership to local communities across Nova Scotia where our 20 wind turbines are located. This amounts to $185,000 per year that is paid to 12 different not-for-profit organizations in rural communities. These organizations determine how the funds will be allocated as determined by committees of local volunteers who know the needs of their community. http://www.scotianwind.ca/
Rhiza Capital Inc. Rhiza Impact VCC Private Equity - Early Stage (i.e., Venture Capital) $1 ≤ AUM ≤ $5M Open 500 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors, Retail investors Thesis-aligned Data: Report high-level data on investee practices and activities which are aligned with investment thesis Access to education, Access to information, Employment generation, Food security, Generate funds for charitable giving, Health improvement, Other (specify) Biodiversity conservation, Energy and fuel efficiency N/A Rhiza Capital is an impact investment group of companies. We build impact portfolios guided by the values of our investors, partners and community. Our investments are directed toward Canadian local and social ventures that have a demonstrable intention to generate a measurable, beneficial social or environmental impact alongside a financial return. http://www.rhizacapital.com/
VERGE Capital VERGE Breakthrough Fund Private Debt $1 ≤ AUM ≤ $5M Open 10,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Access to clean water, Access to education, Access to energy, Access to financial services, Affordable housing, Community development, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment, Food security Energy and fuel efficiency, Sustainable energy Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults, Persons with disabilities, Minority/previously excluded populations, Women, Pregnant women Southwestern Ontario Investment opportunity available to accredited investors, held in a unit trust managed by Pillar Nonprofit Network and SVX. Target term of 7 years, up to 2 years to deploy and 5 year. Target net return of 3% to unitholders. First loss capital of $375,000 provided by the Government of Ontario. The Fund makes it possible for investors to leverage their investment portfolio to create positive community impact through a pooled approach. This unique collaborative initiative is an example for communities across Canada on how to start a place-based social finance movement. http://www.vergecapital.ca/funds/breakthrough-fund
Active Impact Investments Active Impact Investments Fund 1 Private Equity - Early Stage (i.e., Venture Capital) AUM < $1M Open $100,000 Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Access to clean water, Access to education, Access to energy, Access to financial services, Access to information, Affordable housing, Agricultural productivity, Capacity-building, Community development, Conflict resolution, Disease-specific prevention and mitigation, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment, Food security, Generate funds for charitable giving, Health improvement, Human rights protection or expansion, Income/productivity growth Biodiversity conservation, Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use, Water resources management Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults, Persons with disabilities, Minority/previously excluded populations, Women, Pregnant women, Other at-risk populations Active Impact Fund will invest broadly from a thematic stance but will invest exclusively in social ventures. What do we define as a social venture? A company that is either a certified BCorp or one that serves to advance one of the UN's 17 SDG's for positive social and environmental impact through the course of their business operations. We believe that we can help these early stage social ventures, not only with money but with part-time, interim, senior operational support to provide capacity building. By doing this, we expect to see faster growth rates and lower failure rates which all add up to higher total impact and financial returns. We expect to invest in approximately 15 of these companies and all of them will leverage past experience of the fund manager in tech, SaaS/subscription and services. All investments will be in "for-profit" private companies with at least some revenue to show market fit and interest. The overall mission of the business is to prove this model works so that we can attract far larger sums of money and talent towards supporting social ventures in the future. http://www.activeimpactinvestments.com
Creston & District Community Investment Co-op Creston & District Community Investment Co-op Other AUM < $1M Open $1,500 Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors, Retail investors Access to energy, Affordable housing, Agricultural productivity, Capacity-building, Community development, Employment generation, Food security Sustainable energy Creston & District, British Columbia While the demand for investing locally is increasing, traditional investment options limit who and where we can invest in. The result is that most investment capital leaves Creston & District and is placed into far off stock markets and corporations. In 2013, tax filers in the Town of Creston alone contributed $4.4 Million into their RRSP’s, much of that money leaving Creston & District and even Canada. An unintended consequence is that our money is creating significant jobs and wealth elsewhere in the world, while leaving the places we live, work and play underfinanced. Imagine how we could support the Creston & District economy by re-directing just 5% of this capital back to our own communities. That would amount to $220,000 in local investments each year. We call this diversifying our portfolios locally! This will contribute to the retention and creation of meaningful employment opportunities. http://www.communityinvestmentcoop.ca
Ecoforests Canada SEE Forestry Investment Projects Private Equity - Mature (i.e., Growth Capital, Buyouts) $5 ≤ AUM < $20M Open $500,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Agricultural productivity Biodiversity conservation, Natural resources conservation, Sustainable land use, Water resources management Adults (>18 years) EcoForests is a boutique forestry investment management company. We manage high-class tropical timber species on behalf of our investors world wide. We offer a timber portfolio that includes various species such as teak, oak, mahogany and eucalyptus in several geographic locations in Central and South America. Our corporate vertical integration includes nursery, forestry management, harvesting, timber processing, and timber exporting and trading, which allows for a turn-key alternative investment with above average returns. http://www.ecoforests.com
Borealis Geopower Inc. Canoe Reach geothermal project Other Real Assets (e.g., Commodities, Infrastructure) AUM ≥ $50M Open Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors, Retail investors Impact Data: Can provide data that explicitly informs assessment of additionality and/or cost-effectiveness Access to energy, Agricultural productivity, Capacity-building, Community development, Employment generation, Food security, Health improvement Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use Other (specify) Valemount, British Columbia Borealis Geopower Inc. is redefining renewable energy down to its core by creating scalable renewable geothermal energy projects like the Canoe Reach geothermal project. It's a next generation energy investment that provides stable revenues, mitigates risks, and offers oil and gas style returns while sustaining them via a long-term utility model. Geothermal energy offers a unique selling point to customers looking for a scalable and economically viable resource. The low cost and ample supply of base load geothermal energy enables Canadian businesses to operate economically 12-months a year, thus creating financial benefits from longer operations and energy security. Recent policy changes have made this model replicable in almost 300 western and northern Canadian communities. http://www.borealisgeopower.com
UBC Management Inc UBC Impact Fund Private Equity - Early Stage $1 ≤ AUM < $5M Open $1,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors, Retail investors Impact Data: Can provide data that explicitly informs assessment of additionality and/or cost-effectiveness Access to clean water, Access to education, Access to energy, Access to financial services, Affordable housing, Agricultural productivity, Community development, Disease-specific prevention and mitigation, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment, Food security, Health improvement, Income/productivity growth Biodiversity conservation, Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use, Water resources management Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults, Persons with disabilities, Minority/previously excluded populations, Women, Pregnant women, Other at-risk populations The Impact Fund at the University of British Columbia catalytic, early-stage capital in new and innovative impact startups founded by UBC students, alumni, faculty or staff. These early investments are key in helping our startups build momentum and accelerate the transfer of solutions to social and environmental challenges from the lab or classroom and to the markets that need them. The fund invests philanthropic capital contributed by donors and reinvests returns generated on an ongoing basis. The UBC Impact Fund incorporates UBC venture support infrastructure as well as our experience in supporting social ventures through the Centre for Social Innovation & Impact Investing to foster an ecosystem where social ventures from the UBC community can develop and thrive. http://entrepreneurship.ubc.ca/impact-fund/
Oikocredit and Kindred Credit Union Oikocredit Global Impact Guaranteed Investment Certificate Deposits and Cash Equivalents $1 ≤ AUM < $5M Open $500 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors, Retail investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Access to clean water, Access to energy, Access to financial services, Agricultural productivity, Capacity-building, Community development, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment, Food security, Income/productivity growth Biodiversity conservation, Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use, Water resources management Adults (>18 years), Minority/previously excluded populations, Women communities in developing countries This product is a partnership between Kindred Credit Union and Oikocredit to make a local guaranteed investment certificate available to make impact investments in developing countries. This unique offering combines the local capabilities of Kindred Credit Union with the international reach of Oikocredit. Oikocredit provides loans and investments to 800 partner organizations in 70 countries worldwide. https://www.kindredcu.com/Investing/Products/GICs/Oikocredit/
Vancouver Island Community Investment Co-operative Vancouver Island Community Impact Loan Fund Private Debt AUM < $1M Open $1,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors, Retail investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Access to energy, Affordable housing, Agricultural productivity, Capacity-building, Community development, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment, Food security, Income/productivity growth Biodiversity conservation, Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use, Water resources management Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults, Persons with disabilities, Minority/previously excluded populations, Women, Other at-risk populations Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands - Salish Sea - Salish Indigenous Nations Investing locally in projects that create social, economic, environmental and cultural impacts for communities on Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands with a modest private return to investors, and a high community impact. This is the first retail investment vehicle for communities on the Islands to redirect over $500 million in annual transfers to investment products that have no benefit for our communities. http://communityinvestmentcooperative.ca
Deetken Asset Management Inc. Deetken Impact Bonds Private Debt $20 ≤ AUM < $50M Open $5,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Output Data: Report a selection of relevant investee outputs consistent with impact goals Access to energy, Access to financial services, Affordable housing, Employment Generation, Equality and Empowerment, Health improvement Energy and fuel efficiency, Sustainable energy Adults (>18 years), Minority/previously excluded populations, Women The Deetken Impact Fund is the only Canadian impact fund with a focus on North America, Latin America and the Caribbean. The fund invests in a diversified portfolio of high impact businesses that promote financial inclusion, the development of micro and small enterprises, women empowerment, renewable energy and affordable housing. The fund delivers strong financial returns while also providing meaningful and measurable social and/or environmental benefits. Deetken Impact supports the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Specifically, we evaluate our investment opportunities and our portfolio companies based on their contribution to the following 5 SDGs: Good Health, Quality Education, Gender Equality, Clean Energy, and Good Jobs & Economic Growth. You can learn more about the specific impact our investments have made here. Deetken Impact Bonds pay a fixed interest rate of 6% per year, have a 5-year term and are RRSP and TFSA eligible. https://www.deetkenimpact.com
Deetken Asset Management Inc. Deetken Impact Fund Other (LP Units) $20 ≤ AUM < $50M Open $25,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Output Data: Report a selection of relevant investee outputs consistent with impact goals Access to education, Access to energy, Access to financial services, Affordable housing, Equality and Empowerment, Employment generation, Health improvement Energy and fuel efficiency, Sustainable energy Minority/previously excluded populations, Other at-risk populations Latin America and the Caribbean The Deetken Impact Fund is the only Canadian impact fund with a focus on North America, Latin America and the Caribbean. The fund invests in a diversified portfolio of high impact businesses that promote financial inclusion, the development of micro and small enterprises, women empowerment, renewable energy and affordable housing. The fund delivers strong financial returns while also providing meaningful and measurable social and/or environmental benefits. Deetken Impact supports the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Specifically, we evaluate our investment opportunities and our portfolio companies based on their contribution to the following 5 SDGs: Good Health, Quality Education, Gender Equality, Clean Energy, and Good Jobs & Economic Growth. You can learn more about the specific impact our investments have made here. Deetken Impact Fund Limited Partnership Units have a target return of 8% per year with a term of 3, 5 or 7 years. https://www.deetkenimpact.com
Impact Hub Ottawa Community Bond Private Debt AUM < $1M Closed $5,000 Capacity-building, Community development N/A Adults (>18 years) Ottawa primarily Impact Hub Ottawa places equal importance on financial and social return. This people-planet-profit triple bottom line requires a multi-dimensional approach to assess and capture our value creation and impact.We thus define our return and impact both by your financial return as well as the community impact defined through quantitative and qualitative evidence on how we've advanced members' and community goals. The social return on your investment includes investing in local leaders, changemakers, and social entrepreneurs to:Expand Professional Networks and Community: Experiences that help our community exchange ideas, insights, knowledge, and resources across sectors. We facilitate "purposeful connections" to allow our community to discover collaboration opportunities “ many of these have helped grow their programs and have also turned into new ideas and initiatives. Gain Personal and Professional Skills Growth: Learning and development experiences offered by Impact Hub are diverse and range from peer-to-peer knowledge exchange and social enterprise startup weekends to practitioner-led classes and social entrepreneur training.Launch, Grow and Scale Projects and Ventures: Our members incubate their social enterprises, not-for-profits, and community initiatives at the Hub. Here, they can take advantage of programming, coaching, connections to funding opportunities, mentors, and relationships with experts, investors, both locally and globally. http://ottawa.impacthub.net/stories/invest-in-impact-community-bond-offer/
Local Initiative for Future Energy Co-operative, Inc. Class A.3 Preference Shares Private Equity - Mature $1 ≤ AUM < $5M Open $1,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors, Retail investors Impact Data: Can provide data that explicitly informs assessment of additionality and/or cost-effectiveness Community development, Income/productivity growth Sustainable energy N/A Ontario LIFE's Preference Share funds will be used to enable an equity purchase in the Moorefield Wind Project, which will enable the co-op to receive a partion of teh revenues generated, and to issue dividends for investors. http://www.lifecoop.ca
CoPower CoPower Green Bonds Private Debt $5 ≤ AUM < $20M Open $5,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowment, Accredited investors, Retail investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Other (specify) Energy and fuel efficiency, Sustainable energy N/A CoPower was founded with a single mission: to unlock capital for climate solutions by empowering individuals to participate in clean energy investing, for profit and planet. Our green bonds are backed by a portfolio of senior, secured loans to distributed clean energy and energy efficiency projects that generate steady revenues from the sale of clean power or by reducing energy consumption. Bondholders earn steady fixed returns, while generating measurable carbon reductions and building more clean energy infrastructure in North America. http://copower.me
Canadian Co-operative Investment Fund Canadian Co-operative Investment Fund Limited Partnership Other $20 ≤ AUM < $50M Open $150,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Access to energy, Affordable housing, Capacity-building, Community development, Employment generation, Income/productivity growth Sustainable energy Other (specify) Canada Under the leadership of Co-operatives and Mutuals Canada (CMC) and with the support of a dedicated Committee, this Fund has been organized in response to a major challenge facing co-operatives and mutuals: the challenge of accessing outside capital investment. The Fund partners with co-operatives and mutuals across Canada to leverage resources that are available for new or developing co-operatives. The Fund is additive to existing funding or development programs. The Fund operates with the dual objectives of: (a) maximizing the amount of funds that are available to support the sector through the provision of loans, subordinated debt, and equity and (b) providing the Fund’s investors with a reasonable rate of return. The Fund reinvests its earnings beyond those that are paid out in the form of dividends and those that must be retained to ensure the liquidity of the Fund. The flow of capital will go back into the sector to support the development of Canadian co-operatives and mutuals. http://ccif.coop/
New Commons Development New Commons Development I Limited Partnership Real Estate $1 ≤ AUM < $5M Closed $250,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Impact Data: Can provide data that explicitly informs assessment of additionality and/or cost-effectiveness Affordable housing, Community development Sustainable land use Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults, Persons with disabilities, Minority/previously excluded populations, Women, Pregnant women, Other at-risk populations BC, ON, QC New Commons Development is an innovative and disciplined non-profit development company that reduces privatization of community owned assets, revitalizes existing stock and creates new affordable housing and related community assets. It combines market-competitive financial performance with long-term community benefit. http://www.newcommons.ca
New Market Funds New Market Funds Rental Housing Fund I Real Estate $20 ≤ AUM < $50M Closed $500,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Impact Data: Can provide data that explicitly informs assessment of additionality and/or cost-effectiveness Affordable housing, Community development Energy and fuel efficiency, Sustainable land use Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults, Persons with disabilities, Minority/previously excluded populations, Women, Pregnant women, Other at-risk populations Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Victoria The goal of NMF Rental Housing Fund I is to bring long-term affordable multi-family rental housing inventory to Canadian cities. There are three main points that distinguish NMF from other Canadian funds that are merely meeting market demand for housing: first, NMF seeks to fill community needs solely by working with community-based housing providers-- non-profits and co-ops; second, NMF seeks to address the affordability gap by insuring that the rental housing it provides is affordable to households earning, on average, 80% or less of the area median income; third, to best preserve long-term affordability NMF will only exit to community-based ownership - not for profits, co-ops or government. The Fund provides post-construction equity as a means to secure construction financing. Structured exits through a sale to the non-profit partner on each investment are negotiated on the front-end, increasing certainty on returns, while mitigating risk., The Fund is expected earn to risk-adjusted market rate returns. Investments in properties are made post-construction and are protected by priority of return and capital. The Fund targets a quarterly cash re-distribution of capital (4% annualized) as well as a lump sum upon exit. The target total investment return is 6% IRR net of fees. http://newmarketfunds.ca
MacKinnon, Bennett & Co. MKB Partners Fund LP Private Equity - Early Stage $20 ≤ AUM < $50M Open $500,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Thesis-aligned Data: Report high-level data on investee practices and activities which are aligned with investment thesis Access to energy, Access to information, Community development, Employment generation, Health improvement Energy and fuel efficiency, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults, Minority/previously excluded populations, Women, Pregnant women MacKinnon, Bennett & Company Inc. (“MKB”) is an independent Montreal-based merchant bank that invests in transformative clean energy, clean transportation and “Smart City” businesses, as a principal and on behalf of private, corporate and institutional clients. http://mkbandco.com
Sarona Asset Management Sarona Frontier Markets Fund 3 Private Equity - Mature AUM ≥ $50M Open $250,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited Investors Frontier and Emerging Markets Sarona Asset Management invests in private companies in frontier and emerging markets, targeting strong financial returns and positive social and environmental impact. The $300-$500 million (target) SFMF3 will invest growth equity into ~120 mid-market private companies through active local PE managers. The Fund comprises co-investments, primary PE funds and secondary PE funds. Sarona’s work is to identify the best opportunities and the best PE firms across Africa, Asia and Latam, and partner with them to build a diversified portfolio of companies that can credibly deliver strong financial returns and target prosperity for all. OPIC has provided a $100mm financing facility for the Fund. Sarona believes that applying ethical, social and environmental values to each investment decision builds a better world for current and future generations. We further believe that such values help generate strong financial returns. http://www.saronafund.com/
Windmill Microlending Windmill Microlending Community Bond Private Debt $1 ≤ AUM < $5M Open $100,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors, Retail investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Access to education, Access to financial services, Community development, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment, Income/productivity growth N/A Adults (>18 years), Minority/previously excluded populations Our goal is to unlock the economic potential of new Canadians and advance their prosperity - for their benefit and for Canada's. Since 2005, Windmill has served over 3700 skilled immigrants with over $21 million in approved loans - it is the largest organ"&"ization offering microloans to skilled immigrants in Canada. Windmill provides low-interest, flexible, character-based microloans to our immigrant and refugee clients who cannot unlock traditional credit when wishing to pay for their Canadian professional"&" accreditation to work in their field in Canada. This is because they typically have little if any savings, and no collateral or Canadian credit history. Completing their accreditation learning plans enables them to move out of survival jobs and escape po"&"verty by working in their chosen field. Successful clients in the program increase their incomes by 2 - 3 times (depending upon their profession) and approximately 75% receive employment in their field. Unemployment in this cohort drops from 40% to 10%. L"&"oan recipients and their family members are able to enjoy increased financial security and social inclusion as well as the opportunity to contribute to the Canadian economy. Windmill Microlending enjoys a repayment rate of 97.5%+ and the funds are recycl"&"ed into new microloans. The Windmill model is viable, sustainable and ready to scale up, with an ambitious growth plan to increase client loans from 665 in 2017-18 to 3500 annually by 2022-23. The beneficial impacts effect not only that many more individu"&"al clients, but their families as well. In order to serve this number of clients, we need to grow our loan capital significantly. http://www.windmillmicrolending.org
10 Carden Shared Space (10C) 42 Carden Community Bonds Private Debt $1 ≤ AUM < $5M Open $1,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors, Retail investors Output Data: Report a selection of relevant investee outputs consistent with impact goals Access to information, Capacity-building, Community development, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment, Other (specify) Energy and fuel efficiency, Sustainable land use Adults (>18 years), Minority/previously excluded populations Guelph, Ontario 10 Carden (10C) is the hub for community activators and changemakers in Guelph. We welcome groups and individuals into an inclusive community of social change organizations working across sectors and engaging in collaborative work to improve our community. Our tangible offering is effective downtown coworking and event meeting space and collaboration., We are offering a 3% and 4% Community Bond to enable the purchase and redevelopment of 42 Carden Street, a large 15,000 sq ft asset on the premiere street in downtown Guelph. As an investor, your investment earns you an annual return, is backed by a 2nd mortgage on the physical property and has a social impact., 10C is making space for community connections that foster: collaborations, new ideas, professional and social networks that build urban integration, resilience and establish the scaffolding for Guelph residents to work on complex issues together. All of these are important as Guelph (and other cities) grows in population due to provincial mandating, and also as challenges of urban living become more complex - water, energy, access to civic space, diversity, direct democracy and social inclusion. Our members span all sectors from environment, social justice, arts, education, entrepreneurship, and community development. http://www.10carden.ca
Fonds d'emprunt Quebec Fonds d'emprunt Quebec Private Debt $1 ≤ AUM < $5M Open $100 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Access to financial services, Community development, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment, Income/productivity growth N/A Adults (>18 years), Minority/previously excluded populations, Women, Other at-risk populations Region de Quebec (Capitale-Nationale) Le placement éthique fournit des capitaux à des personnes ne se qualifiant pas dans les réseaux conventionnels de financement, et qui ont un projet d'entreprise viable, durable, créateur d'emploi et générant une activité économique., Appuyer le Fonds d'emprunt, c'est croire aux capacités des personnes; donner les moyens à notre communauté de se prendre en main et de générer de l'activité économique inclusive et responsable; faire un investissement socialement responsable; de permettre le démarrage d'entreprises.
Brick by Brick Brick by Brick Community Bonds Real Estate AUM < $1M Open $2,000 Foundations/endowments, Retail investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Access to education, Affordable housing, Capacity-building, Community development, Equality and empowerment, Food security, Health improvement, Income/productivity growth Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable land use Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults, Persons with disabilities, Minority/previously excluded populations, Women, Pregnant women, Other at-risk populations Parc-Extension: a diverse low-income neighborhood in Montreal Brick by Brick is a membership-based non-profit organization whose mission is to create affordable and dynamic living spaces for marginalized people. Brick by Brick achieves this ambitious objective by providing more privileged members our communities with secure and competitive investment products that transfer capital from those that have to those that don't. http://www.briqueparbrique.com/
InvestEco Capital InvestEco Sustainable Food Fund II, L.P. Private Equity - Early Stage $20 ≤ AUM < $50M Closed $150,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Thesis-aligned Data: Report high-level data on investee practices and activities which are aligned with investment thesis Agricultural productivity, Capacity-building, Community development, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment, Food security, Health improvement, Income/productivity growth Biodiversity conservation, Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use, Water resources management Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years) InvestEco's focus is on private expansion and growth stage companies that promote health and sustainability in the food & agricultural sector. We like this sector because it offers investors an opportunity to not only generate strong, above average financial returns, but also to participate in the creation of significant social and environmental benefits that we are able to measure, monitor and report. Our strategy is to invest in high-growth private companies that have a strategic advantage in the market by virtue of their brand; distribution channels; unique supply chains, farming protocols or processing capabilities; or proprietary technologies. http://investeco.com
Fonds d'aide à la rénovation de l'habitation communautaire Fonds d'aide à la rénovation de l'habitation communautaire Real Estate $1 ≤ AUM < $5M Open Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Affordable housing, Capacity-building Energy and fuel efficiency, Sustainable land use Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years) Quebec With many of the first canadian cooperative and non-profit housing project coming the end of their operating agreements with the federal gouvernment (CMHC) and the buildings being in need of repair, it was felt that investing in these groups with benefit not only the tenants by improving their buildings, but also the afffordability of the housing stock. Not only is this type of investments socially responsable, but also the risk factor is quite low. http://fondsarhc.quebec/
BDC Capital Women in Tech BDC Capital - Women in Tech Private Equity - Early Stage AUM ≥ $50M Closed Institutional investors Access to clean water, Access to education, Access to energy, Access to financial services, Access to information, Agricultural productivity, Disease-specific prevention and mitigation, Employment generation, Food security, Health improvement Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Water resources management Women DC Capital, the investment arm of the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) is injecting $50 million into women-led technology firms as part of its efforts to support women entrepreneurs.,,“Women-led firms are vital to Canada’s prosperity and competitiveness,” says Alison Nankivell, Vice President, Funds and Co-investment, BDC Capital. “Recognizing the need for financial and non-financial support for female founders, we are proud to launch several new initiatives to encourage women tech founders who are starting new companies, growing existing ones, creating jobs and triggering innovation.”,,Of the funds, $40 million will be used to create a new program for women-led tech firms. The program will include both venture and growth capital and will be open to new and existing BDC Capital clients as well as to graduates of partner accelerators. Initial deployment will start by the end of 2016 and the program will target high-potential and quickly growing female-led tech companies.,,BDC Capital will allocate an additional $10 million to support regional initiatives beginning with the MaRS Investment Accelerator Fund to form a new women’s pre-seed and seed fund and increase depth of network and resources for women founders. With its anchor investment, BDC is seeking to raise additional capital from other interested investors. https://www.bdc.ca/en/bdc-capital/venture-capital/pages/venture-capital.aspx
BDC Capital Strategic Investment Partnerships BDC Capital - Strategic Investment & Partnerships Private Equity - Early Stage AUM ≥ $50M Closed Institutional investors Access to clean water, Access to education, Access to energy, Access to financial services, Access to information, Agricultural productivity, Disease-specific prevention and mitigation, Employment generation, Food security, Health improvement Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use, Water resources management Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults Strategic Investments and Partnerships (SIP) brings together a number of partners and players within the Canadian technology ecosystem to garner financial and non-financial support for Canada’s technology entrepreneurs.,,Mandated to strengthen and expand BDC's strategic initiatives within the Canadian VC ecosystem, the group currently focuses on strategic investments, fosters entrepreneurial development, encourages global connectivity for tech entrepreneurs, and acts as a VC industry facilitator. https://www.bdc.ca/en/bdc-capital/venture-capital/strategic-approach/pages/strategic-investments-initiatives.aspx
BDC Capital Health Care Venture Fund BDC Capital - Healthcare Venture Fund Private Equity - Early Stage AUM ≥ $50M Closed Institutional investors Employment generation, Health improvement Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults The Healthcare Venture Fund invests in transformative Canadian companies that will dramatically increase healthcare productivity by reducing healthcare costs while improving patient health. https://www.bdc.ca/en/bdc-capital/venture-capital/strategic-approach/pages/health-venture-fund.aspx
Nova Solar Capital Inc Community Economic Development Investment Fund (CEDIF) Equity-like Debt AUM < $1M Open $15,000 Accredited investors, Retail investors Output Data: Report a selection of relevant investee outputs consistent with impact goals Access to energy, Equality and empowerment, Income/productivity growth, Other (specify) Biodiversity conservation, Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults Nova Scotia The business will invest in leases of solar PV installations primarily to the residential marketplace and in distribution of solar PV hardware to the local Nova Scotia Marketplace. http://www.novasolarcapital.com
Access Community Capital Fund Access Community Capital Loan Fund Private Debt AUM < $1M Open No minimum Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors, Retail investors Output Data: Report a selection of relevant investee outputs consistent with impact goals Access to education, Access to financial services, Capacity-building, Community development, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment, Income/productivity growth Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Minority/previously excluded populations, Women, Other at-risk populations Toronto/GTA Individual loans of up to $5000 ($10,000 for second time borrowers) are made using a character based lending decision, where the abilities, skills and commitment of the applicant in conjunction with the strength of the business plan are key decision criteria. ACCESS funds made up of investments from socially minded individuals and organizations are used to guarantee the loans. The loans are disbursed through our financial partners, Alterna Savings and CIBC. ACCESS clients are typically entrepreneurs who have been running a business less than two years and or just starting a new business. A new mini-loan program supporting internationnal trained professionals without access to credit was recently launched. The borrower may be a new immigrant, have little or no credit history, or may have a poor credit record due to unemployment, illness or unforeseen life event. http://accessccf.com
AGF Global Sustainable Growth Equity Fund AGF Global Sustainable Growth Equity Public Equity AUM ≥ $50M Open $500 Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors, Retail investors Impact Data: Can provide data that explicitly informs assessment of additionality and/or cost-effectiveness Agricultural productivity, Disease-specific prevention and mitigation, Food security, Health improvement Biodiversity conservation, Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use, Water resources management Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults, Persons with disabilities, Minority/previously excluded populations, Women, Pregnant women, Other at-risk populations AGF Global Sustainable Growth Equity invests in companies providing solutions to environmental and social problems. http://www.agf.com/t2scr/static/app/fundview/public/en/fund9623.jsp?WT.ag_va=sustainableinvesting/
Creating Eudaimonia - Alberta Impact Fund Alberta Impact Fund Private Equity - Early Stage AUM < $1M Open 5000; $50,000 for institutional investors Accredited investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Access to clean water, Access to energy, Agricultural productivity, Capacity-building, Equality and empowerment, Food security, Income/productivity growth Energy and fuel efficiency, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable land use Adults (>18 years), Women We are looking exclusively for investments that create social & or environmental benefit while generating a return. We focus predominantly on the agriculture and manufacturing space and identify new innovations with IP into which we can invest. http://www.creatingeudaimonia.ca/
Bank of Montreal BMO Women in Leadership Public Equity $1 ≤ AUM < $5M Open $500 Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors, Retail investors Thesis-aligned Data: Report high-level data on investee practices and activities which are aligned with investment thesis Equality and empowerment Women By investing in companies with higher representation of women in leadership, we are participating in a social change, while also participating in positive financial returns. http://www.bmo.com/gam/ca/investor/products/mutual-funds/product?fundId=37646#/
Fiducie du Chantier de l'économie sociale Capital patient opération et capital patient immobillier Equity-like Debt AUM ≥ $50M Closed $1,000,000 Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Données alignées sur la thèse : les données sur les pratiques et activités de l'entité bénéficiaire correspondent étroitement à la thèse d'investissement. Accès aux services financiers, Logement à prix modique, Renforcement des capacités, Développement communautaire, Création d'emplois, Amélioration de la santé, Croissance du revenu/de la productivité Province du Québec http://fiducieduchantier.qc.ca/
Tides Canada Tides Canada - ChangeCapital Equity-like Debt $1 ≤ AUM < $5M Open 500; $50,000 for additional benefits Institutional investors Thesis-aligned Data: Report high-level data on investee practices and activities which are aligned with investment thesis Affordable housing, Capacity-building, Community development, Food security, Generate funds for charitable giving, Health improvement Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Water resources management Other at-risk populations ChangeCapital is a new approach to philanthropy that allows you to add social return to every dollar donated. ChangeCapital is for donors who take a long-term view and want to support a groundbreaking approach to philanthropy that combines the tools of granting and investing to maximize the impact of their donation. By pooling philanthropic donations and investing them in social impact funds aligned with our investment themes (low-carbon economy, affordable housing, sustainable food systems, freshwater protection, environmental innovation, and community social enterprise), we hope to double the impact of philanthropic dollars. http://tidescanada.org/
Black Business Community Development Fund Ltd. Black Business Community Development Fund Private Debt AUM < $1M Closed $500 Accredited investors, Retail investors Access to financial services, Community development Adults (>18 years) African Nova Scotians http://www.bbi.ca/bbcifl/
ZooShare Biogas Co-operative Inc. ZooShare Biogas Co-op Community Bonds Private Debt $1 ≤ AUM < $5M Closed $500 Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors, Retail investors Thesis-aligned Data: Report high-level data on investee practices and activities which are aligned with investment thesis Community development Energy and fuel efficiency, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy Adults (>18 years) Ontario with a focus in the GTA Own a piece of a local project that takes local waste to create renewable power and fertilizer, and focuses on educating kids and the general public about the true value of organic waste. https://zooshare.ca/
Knives & Forks Community Investment Co-operative Knives & Forks Community Investment Loan Private Debt AUM < $1M Open $2,500 Accredited investors and co-op members Output Data: Report a selection of relevant investee outputs consistent with impact goals Food security Southern British Columbia The Knives & Forks Community Investment Co-operative stimulates local economies by providing a vehicle for locally generated capital to be reinvested into local food projects and enterprises. http://knivesandforks.ca/
Centre for Social Innovation CSI Community Bond Private Debt $5 ≤ AUM < $20M Closed $1,000-$50,000 depending on bond Series. Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors, Retail investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Access to information, Capacity-building, Community development, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment Biodiversity conservation, Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use, Water resources management Adults (>18 years), Persons with disabilities, Minority/previously excluded populations, Women Toronto Don't have one in the traditional sense. Use taglines of 'create a home for social impact,' 'help us build a new home for social innovation.' Invest in real estate (indirectly), invest in a project you can physically see in your community. On our side, we're making strategic long term investments and bolstering our BS, building up the ability to leverage assets. http://socialinnovation.ca/communitybond/
Desjardins Group Desjardins SocieTerra Cleantech Fund Public Equity $20 ≤ AUM < $50M Closed $1,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Water resources management The managers' philosophy is to select global public companies (small to medium capitalization) that offer solutions to the challenges that increased population, rising living standards, finite natural resources, infrastructure deficit and pollution represents. So they choose companies in 4 sectors: energy deficit, waste, water, and food/agriculture/forest https://www.fondsdesjardins.com/funds/societerra-cleantech/
Desjardins Group Desjardins SocieTerra Environmental Bond Fund Public Debt AUM ≥ $50M Closed $1,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Output Data: Report a selection of relevant investee outputs consistent with impact goals Energy and fuel efficiency, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Water resources management The Fund aims to invest in “environmental bonds” (also known as “green bonds”) that may be issued by corporations, supranational organizations, development banks, government agencies, as well as national and regional governments, among others. “Environmental bonds” are debt securities whose proceeds are used to attenuate climate changes or favor sustainable development, such as, without limitation, renewable energy source development, energy efficiency, sustainable waste management, sustainable land use, preservation of biodiversity, sustainable transportation, sustainable water management and adaptation to climate change. The Fund may also invest in asset-backed securities and mortgage-backed securities whose proceeds are used for the same purposes https://www.fondsdesjardins.com/funds/societerra-environmental-bond/
First Nations Finance Authority First Nations Finance Authority Bond Public Debt AUM ≥ $50M Open $1,000,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Access to clean water, Access to education, Access to energy, Access to financial services, Affordable housing, Community development, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment, Health improvement, Income/productivity growth Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use, Water resources management Minority/previously excluded populations First Nations N/A http://fnfa.ca/en/
Greenchip Financial Corp. Greenchip Global Equity Fund Public Equity $20 ≤ AUM < $50M Open $50,000 Accredited investors Thesis-aligned Data: Report high-level data on investee practices and activities which are aligned with investment thesis Access to clean water, Access to energy, Agricultural productivity, Food security Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use, Water resources management The fund only invests in companies that sell products and services addressing the challenges of environmental degradation (including climate change) and resource scarcity. http://greenchipfinancial.com/
Greensoil Building Innovation Fund Greensoil Building Innovation Fund Private Equity - Early Stage AUM ≥ $50M Closed $1,000,000 Accredited investors Food security Biodiversity conservation, Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use, Water resources management http://www.greensoil-investments.com/
Brighter Investment Brighter Investment - High Potential Student Investm. Pay-for-performance Instruments (e.g., Social Impact Bonds) AUM < $1M Open $10,000 Accredited investors Impact Data: Can provide data that explicitly informs assessment of additionality and/or cost-effectiveness Access to education, Access to financial services, Equality and empowerment, Income/productivity growth Adults (>18 years), Women Ghana In developing countries, there is a shortage of talented, educated workers. This shortage impedes a country’s development efforts. It also drives up wages for graduates. In Ghana, higher education can multiply a young person’s earning potential by up to 5 times. Despite these large returns, higher education is out of reach for the majority of high school graduates simply because they are unable to pay for it. Traditional student loans are not available and scholarships and financial aid are grossly insufficient to meet the level of need. Brighter Investment allows you to invest in the post secondary education of a cohort of talented students with high earning potential. After graduation, students repay a fixed percentage of their income for a set period. Income based repayment means some students will repay more than others. For a group of students however, average returns can be reliably estimated based on statistical data for average income,employment and graduation rates. Income dependent repayments mean that students never end up with a debt they can’t repay. Because wage levels are relatively stable and hedged against inflation, it also means we can repay you a stable, competitive return projected at 9%. On top of that, you are directly contributing to alleviating poverty and helping students and their families to live longer, healthier and happier lives. http://www.brighterinvestment.com/
Options for Homes Non-profit Corporation Options for Homes Housing Private Equity - Early Stage AUM ≥ $50M Open $10,000,000 Institutional investors, Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Impact Data: Can provide data that explicitly informs assessment of additionality and/or cost-effectiveness Employment generation Biodiversity conservation Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults we invest the profits of housing development activity into a socially driven venture capital fund. http://www.optionsforhomes.ca/
Community Forward Fund Community Forward Fund - Lending to NFPs Private Debt $5 ≤ AUM < $20M Open $250,000 Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Output Data: Report a selection of relevant investee outputs consistent with impact goals Access to energy, Access to financial services, Access to information, Affordable housing, Capacity-building Energy and fuel efficiency NFP clients Community Forward Fund provides financing opportunities to non-profits, charities and social enterprises across Canada. The Fund is sector agnostic and aims to promote lasting community benefit in Canadian communities. http://www.communityforwardfund.ca/
Farm Works Farm Works Loans Private Debt $1 ≤ AUM < $5M Closed $15,000 retail, $30,000 with financial advice, unlimited accredited or Directors Accredited investors, Retail investors Output Data: Report a selection of relevant investee outputs consistent with impact goals Access to financial services, Access to information, Agricultural productivity, Capacity-building, Community development, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment, Food security, Health improvement, Income/productivity growth Biodiversity conservation, Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults, Persons with disabilities, Minority/previously excluded populations, Women Nova Scotia Farm Works endeavors to provide Nova Scotian Investors with meaningful returns on funds invested to increase viable, sustainable food production and the security provided by access to local food. Farm Works Community Economic Development Investment Fund (CEDIF) helps create new opportunities by providing subordinated debt financing for farms and food-related businesses.Production of food creates jobs on farms and throughout the food system, increases food sufficiency, keeps money in Nova Scotia, helps reinvigorate rural communities and contributes to Nova Scotia’s economy. Farm Works forms partnerships with investors and loan recipients, and augments financing provided by other lending institutions such as the Farm Loan Board, Community Business Development Corporations, Credit Unions, other Co-operatives and commercial lenders.Farm Works promotes the benefits of investing in local enterprises and buying local products. http://farmworks.ca/home/
Caisse d'économie solidaire Desjardins Desjardins - La Caisse: Loans for Co-ops & NPO Private Debt AUM ≥ $50M Closed $1 Accredited investors, Retail investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Access to education, Affordable housing, Capacity-building, Community development, Disease-specific prevention and mitigation, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment, Food security, Health improvement, Human rights protection or expansion, Income/productivity growth Biodiversity conservation, Energy and fuel efficiency, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable land use The Caisse is a credit union (financial co-op). We finance coops and NPO because they are part of the Social Economy. We have an impact through them. https://www.caissesolidaire.coop/
lumira capital Lumira capital Fund IV Private Equity - Early Stage AUM ≥ $50M Closed $1,000,000 Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Thesis-aligned Data: Report high-level data on investee practices and activities which are aligned with investment thesis Disease-specific prevention and mitigation, Generate funds for charitable giving, Health improvement Invest in best and first in class innovation in healthcare in NA Share profits with leading healthcare foundations https://www.lumiracapital.com/
MaRS Catalyst Fund MaRS Catalyst Fund Private Equity - Early Stage $1 ≤ AUM < $5M Closed $100,000 for individuals or Foundations of less than $10MM in assets, $250,000 for larger foundations. Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Output Data: Report a selection of relevant investee outputs consistent with impact goals Access to education, Employment generation, Health improvement Biodiversity conservation, Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use, Water resources management The MaRS Catalyst Fund thesis is that we can invest in impact and financial return with the same dollar. MaRS Catalyst Fund provides funding and support to early-stage companies building scalable solutions to big social and environmental challenges, from work and education to health and sustainability. In addition to its investment, MaRS Catalyst Fund and MaRS Venture Services together with the Fund's sector expert Advisors seek to find and nurture these for profit businesses from seed stage to scale. The Fund will be GIIRS rated and report on specific outcomes related to each portfolio investment. http://impactinvesting.marsdd.com/strategic-initiatives/mars-catalyst-fund/
NEI Investments NEI Environmental Leaders Fund Public Equity $20 ≤ AUM < $50M Open 100000/1000000 Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors, Retail investors Thesis-aligned Data: Report high-level data on investee practices and activities which are aligned with investment thesis Access to clean water, Access to energy, Agricultural productivity, Food security, Health improvement Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Water resources management A growing global population is placing increased pressures and demands on finite resources. The NEI Environmental Leaders Fund is a global equity solution that is designed to address the environmental challenges of our times, such as climate change, water scarcity, urbanization and pollution. It seeks to invest in leading global companies focused on extending the shelf life of resources beyond their conventional output and pivoting to a more optimal and efficient framework that sustains global growth demands now and in the future. The fund is thematic in nature with focus on four environmental markets of water, energy, waste, food & agriculture with underlying sustainability sectors and subsectors in areas such as renewables, efficiency, infrastructure and technology. The Fund seeks to invest in competitive sustainability leaders and is highly differentiated in the global equity space, representing a counterweight from traditional resource based investments. https://www.neiinvestments.com/
Oikocredit OISF Depository Receipts Other $5 ≤ AUM < $20M Open $50,000 Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Access to clean water, Access to energy, Access to financial services, Agricultural productivity, Capacity-building, Community development, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment, Food security, Income/productivity growth Biodiversity conservation, Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use, Water resources management Adults (>18 years), Minority/previously excluded populations, Women our financial partners create direct benefits for their communities, which are located in hundreds of locations around the world Oikocredit International Share Foundation helps to support the global operations of Oikocredit, which invests exclusively in impact investments in the developing world. Our three key sectors are financial inclusion, sustainable agriculture and renewable energy. The Canadian offering is a small part of a global offering with total assets of more than EUR 1 billion. http://www.oikocredit.ca/
FrontFundr FrontFundr Online Investment Platform (EMD) Private Equity - Early Stage AUM < $1M Open $250 Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors, Retail investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Access to clean water, Access to education, Access to energy, Access to financial services, Access to information, Affordable housing, Capacity-building, Community development, Disease-specific prevention and mitigation, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment, Food security, Health improvement, Human rights protection or expansion, Income/productivity growth Biodiversity conservation, Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use, Water resources management Adults (>18 years), Minority/previously excluded populations, Women All Canadians FrontFundr is an online investment platform connecting small private companies and investors. Registered as an exempt market dealer in 8 provinces and using proprietary technology, FrontFundr provides an open, efficient way for entrepreneurs to raise capital while creating access for ALL Canadians (from accredited investors to retail investors) to invest in companies they truly believe in. We focus on companies having a positive impact in our country and beyond. https://www.frontfundr.com/
Centre for Social Innovation Ontario Catapult Microloan Program Private Debt AUM ≥ $50M Closed Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors, Retail investors Output Data: Report a selection of relevant investee outputs consistent with impact goals Biodiversity conservation, Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use, Water resources management Ontario The Catapult Microloan Fund provides loans to social entrepreneurs in Ontario enabling higher risk capital to entrepreneurs who have a defined social or environmental objective. http://socialinnovation.ca/catapult/
Pique Ventures Pique Fund Private Equity - Early Stage AUM < $1M Open $5,000 Accredited investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Access to financial services, Access to information, Equality and empowerment, Health improvement, Income/productivity growth Adults (>18 years), Minority/previously excluded populations, Women BC-based ventures, BC-based investors have access to additional benefits Diverse leadership teams are shown to produce exceptional returns, demonstrate greater capital efficiency, and generate more creative ideas and solutions, so it is a smart strategy for investors to include a focus on women-led ventures. However, my theory of change is that who and how we invest is as important, if not more important than what we invest in ("what" is a consequence of "who" and "how" we invest). By creating a product that is attractive to more women investors we are improving leadership diversity amongst investors, giving women, who are still underrepresented amongst impact investors, access to the economic and impact benefits of these types of investments. At Pique Fund, we practice Integrated Investing, which is a methodology and daily practice for making mindful investment decisions to help create a better world. Integrated Investing is radically different from how conventional investment decisions are made (and most impact investment decisions are made similarly when you look at the core approach), by applying a lens of investing as taking care of the village, focusing on access to essential resources, and integrating analysis, emotion, body, and intuition into our investment decisions. http://piqueventures.com/
Ottawa Renewable Energy Co-op OREC Preference Shares & Member Investment Notes Private Equity - Mature $5 ≤ AUM < $20M Closed 2500; $5000 for RRSP or TFSA Accredited investors, Retail investors Access to energy, Capacity-building, Community development, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment, Income/productivity growth Energy and fuel efficiency, Sustainable energy Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults, Persons with disabilities, Minority/previously excluded populations, Women, Pregnant women Eastern Ontario https://orec.ca/
Pyfera Growth Capital Pyfera Growth Capital Private Equity - Early Stage $1 ≤ AUM < $5M Closed Accredited investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Access to energy, Access to financial services, Access to information, Community development, Income/productivity growth Energy and fuel efficiency, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults A Royalty revenue based investment company established to support the commercialization of high growth Series A companies in Technology and Sustainability. We build funding partnerships through a diversified portfolio of private companies, by participating in equity positions that are hedged with a Royalty, Interest Coupon, or Dividend. Pyfera is seeking a Public Listing Q3 2016. We focus on disruptive Technology and Sustainability projects in Life Sciences, Digital Sciences, Software, Hardware and Clean Tech. Pyfera's entrepreneur friendly capital positions us perfectly to transition the best of these opportunities into world class businesses by providing deep sector expertise and access to a global rolodex of executives. http://www.pyferacapital.com/
SheEO SheEO Radical Generosity Fund Private Debt AUM < $1M Open $1,000 Accredited investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Access to education, Access to energy, Access to financial services, Capacity-building, Community development, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment, Food security, Health improvement, Income/productivity growth Biodiversity conservation, Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Sustainable energy Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults, Persons with disabilities, Minority/previously excluded populations, Women Canada, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Colorado to date. We will be adding new regions annually Our goal is to encourage women to engage with their capital to fund revenue-generating women-led ventures with not only capital but with access to women's networks, buying power and expertise to grow local sustainable businesses with new models, new mindsets and new solutions to leverage our global network to impact communities at scale. http://www.sheeo.world/
Renewal Funds Renewal2 Social Investment Fund Limited Partnership Private Equity - Early Stage $20 ≤ AUM < $50M Closed $500,000 Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Thesis-aligned Data: Report high-level data on investee practices and activities which are aligned with investment thesis Agricultural productivity, Employment generation Biodiversity conservation, Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable land use, Water resources management We believe that the way we are currently living on the planet is not sustainable and that by supporting companies that empower consumers, businesses, and governments to make more resilient choices, we can create significant social, environmental and financial return. Renewal Funds focuses on early stage growth companies in the organic and natural food, green products, and environmental innovation sectors. http://www.renewalfunds.com/portfolio/
Renewal Funds Renewal3 Canadian Limited Partnership Private Equity - Early Stage AUM ≥ $50M Closed $500,000 Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Thesis-aligned Data: Report high-level data on investee practices and activities which are aligned with investment thesis Agricultural productivity, Employment generation Biodiversity conservation, Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable land use, Water resources management We believe that the way we are currently living on the planet is not sustainable and that by supporting companies that empower consumers, businesses, and governments to make more resilient choices, we can create significant social, environmental and financial return. Renewal Funds focuses on early stage growth companies in the organic and natural food, green products, and environmental innovation sectors. http://www.renewalfunds.com/portfolio/
RISQ RISQ - Prêt de capitalization Equity-like Debt $5 ≤ AUM < $20M Closed Institutional investors Output Data: Report a selection of relevant investee outputs consistent with impact goals Biodiversity conservation, Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use, Water resources management Québec Investment in social economic enterprise only http://www.fonds-risq.qc.ca/
World Vision Canada World Vision - Small and Growing Business Fund Other $1 ≤ AUM < $5M Open $10,000 Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Access to financial services, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment, Income/productivity growth Biodiversity conservation, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable land use, Water resources management Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Women Ghana, Sri Lanka, Mexico, Myanmar Small and Growing Businesses (SGBs) in developing countries are key drivers of equitable economic growth and social development. They create stable, formal sector employment in local communities and catalyze local value chains. They give women and youth the chance to earn fair wages and seize new opportunities. What’s more, SGBs deliver vital goods and services to their communities., , When SGBs thrive, they help emerging economies achieve their long-term development goals, reduce poverty and inequality, and play a major role in transforming lives. However, globally, SGBs, face a $2 trillion credit gap, dubbed the “missing middle”. The most critical funding gap is $5-$25 thousand, which traditional financiers tend to avoid due to high costs and perceived risk., , The SGB Fund gives investors the opportunity to support entrepreneurs with powerful tools for growth, to empower economic equality and to strengthen economies in developing countries. It’s an opportunity to make a unique social impact while earning a return on a financial investment. http://www.worldvision.ca/
Social Enterprise Fund Social Enterprise Fund Private Debt AUM ≥ $50M Open none defined Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Access to clean water, Access to education, Access to energy, Access to financial services, Access to information, Affordable housing, Agricultural productivity, Capacity-building, Community development, Conflict resolution, Disease-specific prevention and mitigation, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment, Food security, Generate funds for charitable giving, Health, Human rights protection and expansion, Income/productivity growth Biodiversity conservation, Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use, Water resources management Children (<10 years old), Adolescent (10 to 18 years old), Adults (>18 years old), Elderly/older adults, Person with disabilities, Minority/previously excluded populations, Women, Pregnant women, Other-at-risk populations, Other Alberta, Canada The Social Enterprise Fund invests in Alberta’s social enterprises and social entrepreneurs, providing the patient and imaginative capital they need to successfully accomplish important public benefit missions. SEF works in a broad range of sectors, including, but not limited to social challenges, affordable housing, the environment, food security and culture. http://socialenterprisefund.ca/
VERGE Capital VERGE Startup Fund Private Debt AUM < $1M Closed Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Access to education, Access to financial services, Access to information, Affordable housing, Agricultural productivity, Community development, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment, Food security, Generate funds for charitable giving, Health improvement, Income/productivity growth Energy and fuel efficiency, Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use, Water resources management Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults, Persons with disabilities, Minority/previously excluded populations, Women, Other at-risk populations Southwestern Ontario The VERGE Startup Fund provides loans to local early-stage enterprises with both a solid business case and a strong community impact model. We support pre-launch and pre-revenue to early stage with loans from $5,000-$100,000. We are industry, structure and impact agnostic. http://www.vergecapital.ca/funds/startup-fund
SolarShare Co-operative SolarShare - Solar Bonds Private Debt $20 ≤ AUM < $50M Open $1,000 Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors, Retail investors Output Data: Report a selection of relevant investee outputs consistent with impact goals Income/productivity growth Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults, Persons with disabilities, Minority/previously excluded populations, Women, Pregnant women Ontario SolarShare's Solar Bonds support the development of large-scale solar installations in Ontario. They offer all types of investors the opportunity to earn a solid return while being a part of our green energy future. https://www.solarbonds.ca/
Solshare Energy Solshare Energy Shares Private Equity - Early Stage AUM < $1M Closed $2,000 Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors, Retail investors Impact Data: Can provide data that explicitly informs assessment of additionality and/or cost-effectiveness Access to energy, Community development, Employment generation, Equality and empowerment Natural resources conservation, Pollution prevention & waste management, Sustainable energy British Columbia Solshare Energy is a co-operative controlled corporation with the goal of growing community-based renewable electricity generation in BC by engaging residents and investors in projects that offer financial, social, and environmental returns. Solshare Energy is a project of Vancouver Renewable Energy Co-operative. http://www.solshare.ca/
Bioenterprise Capital Ventures Bioenterprise Trans-Atlantic Agri-Technology Fund Other AUM ≥ $50M Closed $5,000,000 Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Access to clean water, Agricultural productivity, Food security, Health improvement Energy and fuel efficiency, Sustainable energy, Sustainable land use, Water resources management http://bioenterprisecapital.com/index.cfm?page=home/
Trillium Housing Trillium Housing Bonds Other $1 ≤ AUM < $5M Open Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Outcome Data: Can provide outcome data demonstrating positive change for target beneficiaries Affordable housing Children (younger than 10 years old), Adolescents (10 to 18 years), Adults (>18 years), Elderly/older adults, Persons with disabilities, Minority/previously excluded populations, Women, Pregnant women, Other at-risk populations Housing development specific Trillium Housing Bonds permit investors to lend funds to Trillium Housing Non Profit for investment in their affordable ownership housing developments. The Bonds have a specific, set interest rate and term. Capital and accumulated interest are paid at maturity, usually 3 to 5 years depending on the project. After repayment of investors, any further development surplus is used to finance Trillium Mortgages for income eligible purchasers. Since the Trillium Mortgage is payment free until discharge, it permits families with lower incomes to purchase homes in the development. As an example, at Trillium Housing project THE LOOP in Toronto the average Trillium Mortgage commitment is $96,000. This would save a family approximately $480 per MONTH at current conventional first mortgage rates. This is a major housing affordability impact. https://trilliumhousing.ca/for-investors/
Runway Finance Canada Runway Finance Canada Venture Debt Equity-like Debt $20 ≤ AUM < $50M Closed Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Venture debt. We look for products that can leave a legacy (similar to the idea behind Impact) http://www.runwayfinance.ca/
Youth Social Innovation Capital Fund Youth Social Innovation Capital Fund Private Debt AUM < $1M Closed Foundations/endowments, Accredited investors Employment generation, Income/productivity growth Canada YSI is an impact investing fund that supports young entrepreneurs and their impactful ventures http://www.youthsocialinnovation.org/
Alberta Women Entrepreneurs Alberta Women Entrepreneurs (AWE) Small Business Loan Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Algal Ventures Algal Venture Capital Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Amber Renewable Energy Co-op AMBER membership and AMBER dividends Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
ArcTern Ventures ArcTern Ventures Fund I Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Aboriginal Renewable Energy Fund AREF Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Artscape Artscape Bond Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
BCA Group BCA Share Offering Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
CAPE Fund Management (Capital for Aboriginal Prosperity and Entrepreneurship) CAPE Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Colchester-Cumberland Wind Field Inc. CCFW Share Offering Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Chrysalix Energy Venture Capital Chrysalix Energy Limited Partnership III Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Circle of Habondia Lending Society Circle of Habondia loan guarantee fund and micro-loans Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Alberta Solar Energy Cooperative Co-op membership and shares Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Beach Community Energy Cooperative Inc. Co-op membership and shares Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Peace Energy Cooperative Co-op membership and shares Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Planet Bean Co-op membership and shares Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Sangudo Opportunity Development Co-operative Co-op membership and shares Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Simcoe County Community Energy Cooperative Co-op membership and shares Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
SUN Solar Coop Co-op membership and shares Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Vancouver Island Community Investment Co-op Co-op membership and shares Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Rhiza Capital Coast Investment Coop Shares Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Community Energy Development Cooperative Community Bonds (Series N1-5) Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Accès Micro-Crédit Gaspésie Community loan fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
ACEM, Financement communautaire responsible (Montreal Community Loan Association) Community loan fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
ACERS – Association Communautaire d’emprunt de al Rive-sud (Community Loan Association of the South Shore) Community loan fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
CERCLES D'EMPRUNT AURORA DE COMPAGNIE F Community loan fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Cercles D'emprunt de Charlevoix Community loan fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Cercles D'emprunt de lile a Montreal Community loan fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Cercles D'emprunt De Pro-Gestion Estrie Community loan fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Cercles D'entraide de la Rive-Sud Community loan fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Community Micro Lending Society Community loan fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
FCAMC Fonds communautaire d’accès au micro-crédit Community loan fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
FCEM fonds communautaire D’emprunt de la Mauricie Community loan fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Fonds D'emprunt des Laurentides Community loan fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Fonds D'entraide Communautaire Community loan fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Micro-Credit Lotbiniere Community loan fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
MicroCredit KRTB Community loan fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Reseau Acces-Credit Community loan fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Societe Communautaire lavalloise D'emprunt Community loan fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
CTI Life Sciences Fund CTI Life Sciences Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Cycle Capital Management Cycle Capital Fund III L.P Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Efficiency Capital Corporation ECC Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Ecotierra Ecotierra Canopy Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Emerald Technology Ventures Emerald Industrial Innovation Fund LP (EIIF) Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Enertech Capital EnerTech Capital Partners IV LP Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Evok Innovations Evok Innovations Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Fight Against Cancer Innovation Trust FACIT’s Catalyst Fund and Intellectual Property Development and Commercialization (IPDC) Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Avrio Capital FCC Ventures, Avrio Ventures LP I, Avrio Ventures LP II, Avrio Ventures LP III Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Foragen Technologies Management Inc. Foragen Technologies Limited Partnership Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Verdex Capital FVII Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Galiano Loan Fund Galiano Loan Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Royal Bank of Canada Generator Fund Generator Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Genesys Capital Partners Genesys Ventures IA LP and Genesys Ventures II LP Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Guelph Renewable Energy Co-operative GREC community bonds Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Home Ownership Alternatives Housing ownership through 2nd mortgages Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
SOCCA (Native Commercial Credit Corporation) Huron-Wendat Revolving Housing Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Vancity – Vancouver City Savings Credit Union Impact lending and investing - loans Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Black Coral Capital Information not publicly available Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Booster Stage Capital Information not publicly available Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Changequity Information not publicly available Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
DBL Cleantech Capital Information not publicly available Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Firelight Infrastructure Partners Information not publicly available Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Freycinet Investments Information not publicly available Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Genus Capital Information not publicly available Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
JCM Capital Information not publicly available Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Real Ventures Information not publicly available Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Ulnooweg Development Group Inc. (serving all Atlantic provinces) Information not publicly available Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
World Wildlife Fund Conservation Finance Information not publicly available Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Jubilee Fund Jubilee Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Just Us! Coffee Fair Trade Investment Fund Just Us! Coffee Fair Trade Investment Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Linn Grove Ventures Linn Grove Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Lake of Bays Renewable Energy Co-op LOBREC Bond Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Green Energy Cooperative of Ontario (GECO) Membership Shares and Class A Preference Shares Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Canadian Alternative Investment Cooperative (CAIC) Mortgages for Community-based Projects, Social & Affordable Housing Initiatives, and Social Enterprise Financing Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
NEI Environmental Leaders Fund NEI Environmental Leaders Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
New Dawn New Dawn Innovation Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Addenda Capital (The Co-operators Group) None - ESG screens Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Oxford Community Energy Co-operative Oxford Community Energy Co-operative shares and bonds Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Pangaea Ventures Limited Pangaea Ventures Fund III, LP Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
PARO Centre for Women PARO Peer Circles Lending Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Persistence Capital Partners Persistence Capital Partners II LP Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Pillar Nonprofit Pillar Community Bond, Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Ottawa Community Loan Fund Community Loan fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Options For Green Energy (Queen Street Solar) Queen Street Solar Community Bond Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Resilient Capital Program Resilient Capital™ Term Deposit Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
EcoTrust Canada Revolving Community Loan Fund and First Nations Regeneration Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Sail Capital Partners Sail Capital Partners Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Saint John Community Load Fund Saint John Community Load Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchwan Inc. Small business loans Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Women's Enterprise Centre (BC) Small business loans Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Capital régional et coopératif Desjardins Specialty Loans Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Chantier de l'économie sociale Trust Specialty Loans Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Fiducie du Chantier de l’Economie Sociale Specialty Loans Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Filaction Specialty Loans Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Fondaction de la CSN Specialty Loans Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Fonds D'Investissement de La Culture et des Communications Specialty Loans Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Fonds de solidarite FTQ Specialty Loans Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
FondsARHC Specialty Loans Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Refresh Financial Specialty Loans Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Sustainability Brant Community Energy Co-op Sustainability Brant Community Energy Co-op shares and bonds Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
TASDesignBuild TASDesignBuild Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Tenacity Works Tenacity Works Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
The Mount Peterborough The Mount Community Bond Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Toronto Community Housing Bond Toronto Community Housing Bond Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Toronto Enterprise Fund Toronto Enterprise Fund - operating grants Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
TVM Capital Group TVM Life Science Ventures VII Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Varshney Capital Corp Varshney Capital Corp Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Watts Wind Energy Watts Wind Energy Community Economic Development Investment Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Wind 4 All Wind 4 All Community Economic Development Investment Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Women's Enterprise Centre of Manitoba Women’s Enterprise Centre of Manitoba Loan Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
XPV Capital Corporation XPV Capital Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Yaletown Yaletown Partners Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
York Medtech Partners York Medtech Commercialization Fund Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
YWCA Toronto YWCA Housing Bond Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Aboriginal Business and Community Development Centre Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Akaitcho Business Development Corporation Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Alberta Indian Investment Corporation Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
All Nations Trust Company (ANTCO) Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Apeetogosan Development Inc. Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Arctic Co-operative Development Fund Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Atuqtuarvik Corporation Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Baffin Business Development Corporation Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Beaver River Community Futures Development Corporation CFDC Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Burns Lake Native Development Corporation Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Cedar Lake Community Futures Development Corporation CFDC Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
CFDC of Central Interior First Nations CFDC Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Clarence Campeau Development Fund Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Community Futures North Central Development CFDC Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Community Futures Treaty Seven CFDC Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Corporation de développement économique montagnaise Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Dakota Ojibway Community Futures Development Corporation CFDC Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Däna Näye Ventures Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Deh Cho Business Development Centre Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Eeyou Economic Group / CFDC Inc. CFDC Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
First Peoples Economic Growth Fund Inc. Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Haida Gwaii Community Futures CFDC Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Indian Business Corporation Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Kakivak Association Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Kitayan Community Futures Development Corporation CFDC Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Kitikmeot Community Futures Inc. CFDC Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Kivalliq Business Development Centre Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Louis Riel Capital Corporation Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Métis Voyageur Development Fund Inc. Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Nishnawbe Aski Development Fund Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Northern Enterprise Fund Inc. Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Northwest Community Futures Development Corporation CFDC Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Northwest Territories Business Development and Investment Corporation Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Nunavik Investment Corporation (1-819-964-0227) Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Nunavut Business Credit Corporation Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Nunavut Development Corporation Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Nuu-chah-nulth Economic Development Corporation Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
NWT Métis Dene Development Fund Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Quint Development Corporation Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Rainy Lake Tribal Area Business & Financial Services Corporation Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Saskatchewan Indian Equity Foundation Inc. Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
SaskMétis Economic Development Corporation Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Settlement Investment Corporation Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Southeast Community Futures Development Corporation CFDC Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Tale’Awtxw Aboriginal Capital Corporation Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Tecumseh Community Development Corporation Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Tewatohnhi’saktha Business Loan Fund Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Thebacha Business Development Services Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Tribal Resources Investment Corporation (TRICORP) Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Tribal Wi-Chi-Way-Win Capital Corporation Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Two Rivers Community Development Centre Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Visions North CFDC CFDC Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Wakenagun Community Futures Development Corporation Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Waubetek Business Development Corporation Aboriginal Capital Corporation Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/
Cordiant Canadian Investment Fund for Africa Unregistered Product http://www.canimpactinvest.ca/products-table-view/unregistered-product/