Global Impact works on charitable ventures to inspire greater giving. We serve as a trusted advisor, intermediary and implementing partner across the private, nonprofit and public sectors. Through these partnerships, we have raised nearly $2 billion for causes such as disaster relief and global development. Our expertise includes fundraising and partnerships, employee engagement and corporate social responsibility (CSR), and finance and business services.
Global Impact, supported by KPMG LLP, has released new research, the “COVID-19 Regulatory and Response Matrix,” which details international giving in t...
Global Impact, the leader in growing global philanthropy, today announced plans for a virtual employee giving hub to support private and public sector employee engagement.
As the COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed the workplace, the hub will address the need for companies to reach ...
Global Impact, a U.S. nonprofit with expertise in brokering corporate-nonprofit partnerships and enhancing employee engagement, has teamed up with Skills4Good, a social purpose organization based in Toronto, Canada. Global Impact will use its extensive knowledge of the U.S. nonprofit sector to id...
Today, Global Impact, a leader in growing global philanthropy, revealed its new brand identity. The organization’s logo, tagline, overall branding and messaging have changed to better reflect its role as a trusted advisor, intermediary and imp...
Today, Global Impact, a leader in growing global philanthropy, launched its “Why #GiveGlobal?” campaign to encourage individuals and businesses to engage globally through donating, advocating and volunteering. The campaign runs through Nov. 30...
At the 2018 IMPACT2030 global summit, September 5-7, at United Nations Headquarters in New York, the inaugural IMPACT2030 Innovation Awards were presented to recognize excellence in directing the collective skills, experience and talent of corporate volunteers towards the United Nations’ Sustaina...
IMPACT2030 announced at its global summit at the United Nations headquarters in New York that Peter Bodin, Global CEO of Grant Thornton International, has been appointed Chair of the Board of Directors. Peter Bodin will succeed Grady Lee who, after his thre...