Investing in
high-impact organizations
and social enterprises.

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Thrive Impact Fund is an impact investment fund which invests in and supports impact organizations and social enterprises across British Columbia—primarily in the Vancouver Island or BC Interior regions—that are generating positive social, environmental, or cultural benefits.

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Monthly Information Sessions

Join Emeline Le Guen, Impact Investment Manager, for a session on Thrive Impact Fund origins and overview, fund eligibility and investment themes, the financing offer, wrap-around support, and the impact investment fund application process.

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Social Enterprise Conversations

Join Thrive Impact Fund and partners for this new monthly community event series. Enjoy and learn from a convened conversation with social entrepreneurs on their approaches, challenges and successes. Followed by an opportunity to connect.

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Social Finance Chats Series

Recordings for this series of discussions are now available on the Thrive Impact Fund News page.
Topics covered include revenue-based financing, equity-like debt, developing your financial mix, the fear of financing, and financing to acquire.

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Thrive Impact Fund is part of Scale Collaborative and Purppl’s vision for a thriving social enterprise sector.
We provide patient and flexible financing to early revenue and growing social enterprises, business acquisition, and social purpose real estate.
Thrive Impact Fund is an impact-first fund. We look for investments that generate high-impact returns and reasonable financial returns. We measure local benefits and UN Sustainable Development Goals.
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Thrive Impact Fund is a
subsidiary of Scale Collaborative and Purppl

300-722 Cormorant Street,
Victoria BC, V8W 1P8

We respectfully acknowledge that the offices of the Thrive Impact Fund are located on the unceded, ancestral, and traditional territories of the lək̓ʷəŋən-speaking peoples, now known as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples.