Through Impact Club, as Impact Venture Capitalists, we invest heavily in local charities that demonstrate a powerful “Story Engine,” and have proven their willingness to fight for their cause – by competing in and winning a high-stakes competition. As a result, Impact Club, through Impact Venture Capitalism has dramatically multiplied the Impact that a single person can have on charities in their local community.
Our goals are to ensure that adults, children, teens and families impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action, and supported by community. We strive to help local residents with cancer and their loved ones enhance their health and wellbeing through professionally facilitated support groups, educational workshops, nutrition and exercise programs and mind/body connection classes. We also strive to educate patients, so they learn vital skills that enable them to regain control, reduce isolation and restore hope.
What We Do: James Storehouse fulfills emergency requests to expedite safe placement for children and to assist aged-out youth as they transition. Our Mission: From cribs to college, James Storehouse supports children in foster care and those aging-out of foster care by providing resources that will ease transitions and improve living conditions. James Storehouse encourages awareness and motivates community participation in support of children in foster care.
“Samantha’s-Something” has a simple, yet pivotal message, especially for local children: “Everybody is Different—and that’s OK.” APS-1 is an ultra-rare, autoimmune, genetic condition that affects only 1 in every 2-3 million people in the country. By most appearances, Samantha is a “normal” child in her third year of AYBA basketball and a strong student at Willow Elementary. What her classmates and teammates notice more, unfortunately, is that she has lost her hair (alopecia areata); she has yellowing teeth; and her stamina is terrible because she has Addison’s Disease as part of APS-1.