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.
Million Kids is an organization dedicated to prevention and intervention of sex trafficking, social media exploitation and child pornography. Over the past ten years, we have trained over 250,000 educators, first responders, social workers, civic leaders, faith-based leaders, parents and teens about how predators and pedophiles exploit our youth and most important actions teens and parents can take to stay safe in a world of social media. Million Kids makes hundreds of free presentations to schools including staff, teachers and students about sex trafficking and social media exploitation.
Caregiver Healing Foundation was created to provide support to Caregivers of Disabled Veterans, of all War Eras. Unlike any other foundation, we send cost free to the recipient, a box that contains personalized items, love, and support! As a volunteer-based staff, we allocate all funding to our cause. Veteran Caregivers consist mainly of Spouses and family members. All of our applicants go through a screening process to ensure they are a Veteran Caregiver of all war eras, and dedicated, warm hearted people that care and love their Veteran.
Junior Amateur Golf Scholars “JAGS” is a 501 c 3 non-profit for public benefit organization formed in the year 2000. JAGS hosted nationally ranked golf tournaments helping junior golfers receive a higher education through the game of golf. JAGS served over 5,000 junior golfers with all net proceeds donated back for college scholarships, golf equipment, golf lessons, golf camps, entry fees and travel/hotel vouchers totaling over $75,000.00. Just two people working hard making sure kids had every opportunity to succeed regardless of their parent’s ability to pay.