Impact Projects

Impact Projects are recurring giving campaigns - like charitable subscriptions. The goal is to localize a national issue, such as food security, a rare childhood disease, or rent assistance, by highlighting a small nonprofit focused on addressing that issue in their community.

Project Free Food Scholarships

Providing Free Meals to Children in Need
Food insecurity is a huge issue for our children ever since the coronavirus hit in 2020, leaving almost 13 million kids hungry and without access to meals. Project Free Food Scholarships is building a sustainable solution to fight food insecurity by providing free food scholarships to kids in need - working with local food banks to provide meals directly to children who need them.
Featured Non Profit:

Feed Philly Now

Feed Philly Now delivers 300 USDA approved free lunches to Philadelphians every day. So far we have delivered over 2,100 meals to families that have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn More...

Project Cure the Kids

Supporting Children with Rare Diseases
There are no approved drugs to treat 95% of rare diseases. The science is there, but on average it takes 15 years and hundreds of millions of dollars to develop effective FDA approved treatments. 30% of children with a rare disease will not live to see their 5th birthdays. Project Cure the Kids is building a sustainable solution to help children with rare diseases in their race to find a cure by providing financial aid for medical expenses and research.
Featured Non Profit:

A Cure for Ellie

A Cure for Ellie is a non-profit dedicated to raising awareness and funds for research into LBSL, a rare genetic disorder that affects the brain and spinal cord. In 2016, Ellie McGinn launched a social media competition to rebrand the tongue -twisting name of the disease to "The Awesome Disease!" Learn More...

Project Bill Pay

Providing Financial Assistance to Families in Need
Many American families are now facing a perfect storm of financial pressures. 4 in 10 Americans struggle to pay for basic needs such as groceries and rent. 8 million Americans fell into poverty in the last year alone. With fewer and fewer options, many families are forced to borrow from friends or family, sell personal possessions or are simply unable to make ends meet. Project Bill Pay is building a sustainable solution to provide financial assistance to help pay for rent, food and basic day to day expenses for families in need.
Featured Non Profit:

Capital Good Fund

Capital Good Fund is a nonprofit, U.S. Treasury-certified Community Development Financial Institution that helps people fix their finances. They offer small loans and personalized financial coaching to help low-income Americans build better lives for themselves and their families. Learn More...