The Global Good Fund believes in limitless human potential. Bold ideas, brilliant leaders and a world of opportunity. When we join forces to find and foster the leadership of young social leaders, there is no limit to the positive change we can create, the lives we can touch and the society we can create for the next generation. Since 2012, The Global Good Fund has supported 188 entrepreneurs across 40 countries, creating 3,000+ permanent jobs impacting the lives of 9.9 million people, and we’re just getting started.
When you believe in limitless human potential, the best path towards success in an ever-evolving business and social impact climate is investing in your most important resource: your people. The Global Good Fund invests in people in three key ways.
The Global Good Fund Fellowship is a 12-month program supporting the leadership development of social enterprise leaders across the globe. The Global Good Fund develops each innovator by pairing them with  professional executive coach and  c-suite business executive who serves as a mentor, and by providing leadership assessment resources, a network of peers, sector expertise, and targeted financial capital.
It’s an extraordinary time to reexamine the tools and methodologies that are needed to accelerate the growth and impact of your business. From corporations to nonprofits to program partners, we are here to custom design a program that best fits your needs. At The Global Good Fund, we believe that the best path towards success in an ever-evolving business and social impact climate is investing in your most important resource: your people.
The Global Impact Fund II (GIF II) is a $10M venture capital fund that invests in companies led by social entrepreneurs with a preference for companies led by people of color and women. GIF II’s impact focus is primarily in environmental sustainability, health and health care, education, financial technology, socioeconomic mobility, and income equality, although GIF II is also permitted to make investments in other sectors.