Impact Index Fund:
Support charities devoted to providing high-quality education with a single donation.
Support Nonprofits That Provide and Invest in Educational Initiatives
Funding education is an urgent priority across the globe. Alarming statistics show that one in five children worldwide, or about 263 million, are out of school—and the trend has not shown signs of improvement over the past several years. The COVID-19 pandemic has also caused disruptions to childrens’ education, further compounding the ongoing problems. As a result, many students are not meeting minimum proficiency levels and struggle to catch up to their peers. In particular, girls are forced to withstand enormous social pressure to pause or stop pursuing their education altogether, despite the findings of a recent study that suggest that every additional school year can increase a woman’s earnings by ten to twenty percent.
With millions of children facing nearly insurmountable obstacles to receiving a quality education, it’s essential that we do more to help the next generation thrive. Nonprofits addressing these challenges are building schools in underserved communities, teaching in-demand skills like coding to young people, investing in girls’ education initiatives, as well as providing quality higher education at university and graduate levels. Consider supporting education initiatives today by making a donation to support this Impact Index Fund.
Education Nonprofits You’ll Support
The Education Impact Index Fund supports nonprofit organizations that provide and foster high quality education across the United States and worldwide. We’ve vetted every nonprofit in the Impact Index Fund, so you can be certain every dollar of your crypto donation will go to verified nonprofits. When you donate to the Education Impact Index Fund, each nonprofit will receive an equal portion of your donation.To see all participating organizations, please read the FAQ below.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is an Impact Index Fund?
Impact Index Funds bundle together multiple nonprofits that have a similar focus or mission. If there is a specific issue area that you or your brand want to support through charitable giving, donating to an Impact Index Fund is a great way to do so. With a single transaction, you can help charities of all shapes and sizes: large and small, global and local, new and established, traditional and innovative. For more information on Impact Index Funds, visit our Impact Index Funds page.
Which nonprofits are in this Impact Index Fund?
ABARA | Borderland Connections
Academy of Hope Adult Public Charter School
American Friends of the Hebrew University, Inc.
American Moment, Inc.
Bellarmine College Preparatory
Berkeley Preparatory School
Black Girls CODE
Blockchain Education Network
Books For Africa
Built With Bitcoin Foundation
California Institute of Technology
California State University, Northridge Foundation
Calvert Hall College of Baltimore City
Cambodian Childrens Fund
Cambridge in America
Catholic Schools Foundation
Center for Excellence in Education
Central Michigan University
Chabad of Sola
Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation
Code to Inspire
Communities In Schools
Community of Unity, Inc.
Computers 2 Kids
Concordia Welfare and Education Foundation
Conservative Partnership Institute
Council for Economic Education
CPL – Choice, Passion, Life
Cranston Public Library Association
Deaf Plus Adult Community
Diversity in Blockchain
EASTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION
East Stroudsburg University Foundation, Inc.
Fargo Air Museum
Foundation at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT)
Franciscan University of Steubenville
Generation You Employed, Inc.
Graland Country Day School
Guatemalan Relief Assistance for Children’s Educational Services
Happy Hearts Indonesia
Harness All Possibilities Inc.
Heart of America
Hillcrest Educational Centers
Indigenous Friends Association (IFA)
Institute for Shipboard Education (Semester at Sea)
Institute for Social Policy and Understanding
Institute of HeartMath
Instituto del Progreso Latino
Israel on Campus Coalition
Junior Achievement of Georgia
Kids in Tech, Inc.
La Scuola International School
Lucy Cavendish College
Mercy High School
Minhaj-ul-Quran Welfare Foundation
MiraCosta College Foundation
Mission Santa Maria, Inc
National Cryptologic Foundation
National Medal of Honor Leadership & Education Center
Neurodiversity Education Research Center
New Jersey Community Development Corporation (NJCDC)
New York City Urban Debate League
North Texas Public Broadcasting (KERA)
Oak Valley College
One Billion Literates Foundation USA
Open Primaries Education Fund
Operation Broken Silence
Oregon State University Foundation
Out of Eden Walk
Outreach with Lacrosse & Schools (OWLS)
Pencils of Promise
Pi Kappa Alpha Foundation
Playing For Change Foundation
Poly Prep Country Day School
Prager University Foundation
Presidio Knolls School
Prizmah: Center for Jewish Day Schools
PS1 Pluralisitic School
Purple Maia Foundation
Red Cloud Renewable
Regents School of Austin
Rising Star Outreach, Inc
Room to Read
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Saint Alexander Academy
Saint Joseph Parenting Center, Inc.
San Diego Oasis
Save the Children®
School on Wheels, Inc.
Scottsdale Artist’s School
SINAI Special Needs Institute
Sinkumunchis Soccer Peru Foundation
Space For Humanity
St. Labre Indian School
St. Xavier High School
St David’s Marist Foundation Trust
Teaching Matters, Inc
The Branson School
The Bronx High School of Science Alumni Foundation, Inc.
The Catholic University of America
The Curators of the University of Missouri
The Mandala School, Inc.
The Ohio State University Foundation
The Ohio University Foundation
The Palmas Academy, Inc.
The Pillar Seminary, Inc.
The Seven Hills School
The University Foundation California State University, Chico
The University of Alabama
The University of Cincinnati Foundation
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Foundation, Inc
The Urban School of San Francisco
Town School for Boys
Trinity Christian School Sharpsburg, Inc.
Turlock Christian School
U.S. Space & Rocket Center Education Foundation
United Way of San Diego County
United Way of Wayne and Holmes Counties, Inc.
University at Albany Foundation
University of Arizona Foundation
University of Central Missouri Foundation
University of Colorado Foundation
University of Maryland College Park Foundation
University of Oregon Foundation
University of San Diego
Wake Forest University
Washington State University Foundation
Western Reserve Academy
World in Need International
World Stop Stuttering Association
Wrestle Like A Girl
Xavier Catholic School
Yeshiva Toras Chaim Toras Emes
How will funds be distributed?
Once per month, the total value of each fund will be distributed evenly to all of the nonprofit organizations participating in that fund.
Who is The Giving Block?
The Giving Block makes Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency fundraising easy for nonprofits. Since 2018, we have been empowering mission-driven organizations, charities, universities, and faith-based organizations of all sizes to leverage crypto technology to achieve their mission. More than 1,000 organizations trust The Giving Block as their crypto fundraising platform.
How do you pick nonprofits for the Impact Index Fund?
Donor trust is very important to us. We vet every nonprofit that uses The Giving Block to ensure that they are registered nonprofit organizations, charities, and foundations. While the specifics of each nonprofit’s mission may differ, the nonprofits in this Impact Index Fund have been selected because they are aligned in their overarching goals.
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