A GLOBAL INHERITANCE
FOR the next generation
The Simpson Children’s Fund has the heart of a philanthropist and the mind of a venture capitalist. We believe that this is the best way to make an impact globally and to ensure the sustainability of our fund. Our fund serves as a global inheritance for the generations to come. Although we do not expect an immediate return on our investments, we expect more substantial returns in the long-term so we can pour into generation after generation.
This is not a handout, but a hand up.
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Our goal in providing patient capital is to give a little bit of grace to young entrepreneurs between the ages of 15 and 25 who aim to make a true difference in the world. We do not expect high returns, but rather look forward to the longevity and growth of our fund overtime.
We invest in for-profit social impact businesses, in the form of loans and equity, that classify as startups and target the following (6) Sustainable Development Goals:
→ End Hunger
→ Clean Water and Sanitation
→ No Poverty
→ Gender Equality
→ Good Health and Well-Being
→ Affordable and Clean Energy
We award grants to nonprofit organizations and trade schools that provide educational and educational support services to underserved populations between the ages of 5 and 25 in the following categories:
→ Business Development
→ Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics (STEAM)
→ Trauma-Informed Schools
→ Trade programs
The grants that we offer to nonprofit organizations are highly competitive and limited to business models that we consider to be promising. This specific category is also the exception to our age requirement for business owners.
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We will provide mentorship to investees to ensure that their businesses are sustainable, scalable, and impactful. We plan to have advisors in different parts of the world to ensure the advice given is accurate, culturally tailored, and relevant to the community that is being served.
Are you interested in becoming one of our global advisors?
What’s better than wealth? Generational wealth. And what’s even better than that is a generation of people who know who they are.