Thrive Impact Fund’s impact investing portfolio is comprised of impact organizations and social enterprises solving today’s most challenging problems.

Victoria Community Food Hub


VCFHS is a women-led, charitable organization supporting Good Food for All. They offer opportunities for regional growers and makers to collaborate and thrive, providing equitable access to healthy food for the community’s food security.

Impact proposition: by fostering an equitable and sustainable regional food system, VCFHS provides fresh produce to the most vulnerable people in the community and works to increase resources, food skills, and social connections for a healthier future.

The Makehouse Co-op


The Makehouse Co-op supports workers to have a life filled with creativity. Through sharing knowledge and skills, the community grows together, workers foster meaningful connections and can generate gainful employment.

Impact proposition: a welcoming, inclusive community space, the Makehouse Co-op fosters co-creative, culturally dynamic, inclusive, ecologically minded, and sustainable-oriented fibre arts (including garment making, up-cycling, quilting, and other classes).

Animikii Indigenous Technology


Animikii is a values-driven Indigenous technology company with products and services focused on website and software development. They collaborate with organizations to implement technology in a culturally informed, respectful way.

Impact proposition: through investing in technology, Animikii advocates to lower technological barriers and builds a path forward for economic justice, self-sufficiency, and equitable outcomes for Indigenous Peoples.

ecologyst/Frankie Collective


ecologyst is a Victoria-based social enterprise, B Corp and living-wage employer offering sustainable, locally manufactured and sourced alternatives to fast fashion. Its subsidiary Frankie Collective upcycles vintage and unsold garments into unique pieces.

Impact proposition: the revolutionary models of ecologyst and Frankie Collective show how organizations can minimize the textile industry’s carbon emissions while diverting significant amounts of textile waste from landfills.

Nyoka Design Lab

Sustainable and reusable chemiluminescent solutions

Nyoka Design Lab is a woman-led B Corp-to-be social enterprise, based in Comox Valley on Vancouver Island, focused on providing a sustainable alternative to the plastic glow sticks and other chemiluminescent devices used for safety and industrial purposes.

Impact proposition: their sustainable technology allows Nyoka to divert tons of plastic and toxic waste from landfills and to develop natural chemiluminescent solutions with tremendous industrial applications.

Water Rangers

Citizen-led water quality monitoring for BC waterways

Water Rangers is a Canada-wide non-profit organization, offering user-friendly water-testing kits and a community-sourced platform to monitor the quality of Canadian waterways. In 2021, they scaled up their activities to British Columbia with Vancouver Island as a pilot region.

Impact proposition: through trainings and education programs Water Rangers promotes a citizen-led approach to water quality, with crowdsourced data helping increase common knowledge towards sustainable waterways.

Majik Media/Kids

Fair trade publishing for Salt Spring Island artists and writers

Majik Media is Salt Spring Island based social enterprise, providing digital support and platform development to change makers. In 2021, they launched their kids books collection Majik Kids, with audio stories, illustrated books and homeschooling resources to inspire kids.

Impact proposition: by offering a fair trade publishing model where they pay artists three times more than market practice, Majik Media/Majik Kids are shifting how the publishing system works and providing recurring revenue to the arts community on Salt Spring Island.

Are you the next impact organization or social enterprise to join our impact investing portfolio?

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.