Impact Entrepreneurs

The Social Innovation Forum's portfolio of nonprofit Social Innovators and social impact business Impact Entrepreneurs represents a range of social issues including food insecurity, healthy aging, environmental sustainability, youth development, and the arts. Explore our portfolio by year or social issue and read Innovator and Entrepreneur Spotlights to learn what it means to be a part of the Social Innovation Forum.

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  • Project Repat

    • 2013 Impact Entrepreneur
    • Social Issue:
      Environmental Sustainability
      Social Business Accelerator

    Project Repat makes it fun and easy to upcycle excess clothing into fashionable and functional new products, while creating fair-wage jobs in the United States.

  • PSM Clean Energy

    • 2016 Impact Entrepreneur
    • Social Issue:
      Environmental Sustainability
      Social Business Accelerator

    PSM Clean Energy’s online platform enables individuals to make direct impact investments in local solar projects developed and managed by PSM’s team of solar experts.

  • ReFleece

    • 2014 Impact Entrepreneur
    • Social Issue:
      Environmental Sustainability
      Social Business Accelerator

    ReFleece™ designs and makes accessories from reclaimed textiles and recycled bottles. Using low energy manufacturing processes, they build products that give these materials a new form and a new life.

  • WiCare

    • 2016 Impact Entrepreneur
    • Social Issue:
      Health & Nutrition
      Social Business Accelerator

    WiCare has created the “Wound-Pump,” a low-cost and simplified negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) device that is used to treat open wounds.