Seminar / Webinar

Total Impact Summit 2024

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Total Impact Summit ‘24 will provide the opportunity to educate yourself, connect with community, and - most importantly - become equipped with the resources you need to start or take the next step in aligning your investments with your values and deploying capital into place-based solutions. Our two-days will explore the following thematic areas:

Blended Capital Pathways 
Explore the many ways in which various forms of non-financial and financial capital - including capacity building, catalytic philanthropy, grants, debt, revenue-based finance, equity, and more - are being paired together to best serve the specific capital needs of impact leaders.

Integrated Impact 
Understand how impact investment is shaped by and enacted across diverse systems and sectors, including everything from policy changes in government to ESG in finance, from accelerating AI technology to land use innovations.

Power for People & Communities 
Learn how investors are centering investment solutions created by historically marginalized people and communities - including women, BIPOC, and LGBTQ+ leaders - that are best positioned to inform solutions and most proximate to challenges.

Urgent Action for the Planet 
Engage leaders at the forefront of climate finance leveraging diverse tools - advocacy, policy change, public funding, philanthropic capital, private capital, tech innovations, and more - to reach the breadth, depth, and scale of impact needed to address our climate crises.

Investment in Local Places 
Learn how leaders in neighborhoods, cities, towns, and regions across the U.S. are advancing investable solutions - from hyper-local initiatives like worker-owned cooperatives and impact real estate to scalable impact startups - to create inclusive and resilient local economies.

Who Should Attend
Total Impact Summit is a dynamic event for those who are interested in aligning their investments with their values, including individual investors, family offices, foundations & endowments, RIAs and financial advisors, fund managers, and anyone else who has influence regarding how capital is invested. 

Business and Commerce
Community Development