Impact Charitable Fills The Capital Gap for Black Women Entrepreneurs

To Impact Charitable’s community of catalytic philanthropists,impact investing is about actively deploying assets in creativeways—not just parking them in a passive fund. We united fourDonor-Advised Fund (DAF) holders who saw a pressing needin our community and wanted to step in to fill the gap in asystem that is neither equitable nor efficient.

Direct Cash Transfers (DCT)

There is a growing body of evidence to suggest thatone of the most effective ways to help people movetoward economic security is to provide direct cash.Organizations considering direct cash transfers(DCT) can use these findings to guide their recruiting,programming, monitoring and evaluation

Direct Cash

Colorado is considered a trailblazer in the accelerating movement to expand guaranteed income pilots into nationwide policy. Read more about how Impact Charitable’s pioneering work launching numerous direct cash programs is contributing to this growing movement and helping to build a more equitable Colorado.

Bondadosa Investment

Impact Charitable recently brought together a private foundation program-related investment, two investments from DAFs and funds from a special purpose fund to make a $300,000, low-interest loan to support the growth of Bondadosa. This the second loan to Bondadosa from Impact Charitable, made in partnership with SVP Denver and its social impact investor group, with […]

Impact-First Investing

In 2007, the Rockefeller Foundation convened a meeting of philanthropists, entrepreneurs, and investors at the foundation’s Bellagio Center on the shores of Lake Como, Italy for the purposes of discussing how a different approach to allocating investment capital could drive greater social and environmental impact, and the term “impact investing” was born.  The term made […]

CABB Partnership Facebook-f Instagram Linkedin Log In Get Started CABB Partnership Collective for the Advancement of BIPOC+ Business. CABB works together to identify, support and serve BIPOC+ owned businesses in Denver through culturally relevant education, collaboration and access to capital and financial literacy. Impact Charitable, an impact capital catalyst, is partnering with the New Community Transformation […]

Cam Welch

Client Services Coordinator

Cam believes in the transformative power of genuine relationships coupled with dynamic solutions to create pathways for a more equitable future. With a background and experience across the corporate and nonprofit sectors, he brings a unique perspective to his role as a Client Services Coordinator at Impact Charitable.

His passion for community-driven impact grew during his tenure at The Denver Foundation. As a Reisher Scholarship Associate he championed education and empowerment. His stewardship was pivotal in fostering an active alumni community, orchestrating forums on racial equity, and expediting grants in times of crisis, exemplifying his unwavering dedication to catalyzing change.

Cam holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with a specialization in Marketing and a Minor in Leadership, from the University of Denver. This academic foundation, complemented by his professional journey, positions him as a dynamic force in the quest for equitable solutions. When not actively shaping a brighter tomorrow, Cam immerses himself in the great Colorado outdoors, engages in portrait photography, and indulges his culinary flair. Nestled in Denver, Colorado, Cam remains intrinsically tethered to his community, eagerly contributing to a lasting, positive change.