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Goizueta Impact Investors kicks off Spring 2018 Funding Round

Goizueta Impact Investors is excited to announce the kick-off of its Spring 2018 funding round. The student-run loan fund is looking to provide between $10,000 to $30,000 of affordable, short term funding to nonprofits and social enterprises during Spring 2018. Applications are now being accepted online at “Atlanta’s nonprofits and entrepreneurs are tackling social inequality and injustice in really creative ways,” said D. Wright Clarke, president of Goizueta Impact Investors. “Its a thrill to be able to connect these organizations with the affordable capital and enable their growth.” Pulton Leung, the fund’s chief investment officer, emphasized the fund’s role as an intermediary for growing organizations. “We’ve discovered there’s a real chasm in the community that leaves social enterprises in a no-man’s land between startup capital and banks. Too often,” he added, “we’re hearing about organizations sidelining important projects so they can bootstrap to the next level. By providing affordable, flexible terms the fund hopes to unlock these projects and accelerate the returns to the community.” To qualify for selection, applicants should have a headquarters within 50 miles of Atlanta and be able to provide a successful history of revenue generation, borrowing, and/or grant receipts. Top applications will be able to provide a clear plan for use-of-funds and tangible metrics to measure ongoing social impact.

The Impact Investing team will be hosting a virtual info session on 1/19 from Noon to 1pm to present their investment philosophy and answer community questions. To register for the event and submit questions, please visit

Applications for funding will be open through January 31st. Following application close, two candidates will be selected to move on to full due diligence, including financial and operational reviews, with final funding decisions in April 2018.


Goizueta Impact Investors is a student-run loan fund focused on providing low-cost, flexible capital to Atlanta non-profits and social enterprises. Since 2014, the organization has provided over $75,000 in low-interest loans to organizations transforming education, skills-training, and recidivism across Atlanta. Visit to learn more.

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