“An impact property is any property that is directly and intentionally made to improve the community, the economy of an area, or the environment such as the specific economies of an industry, environmental conservation, access to healthcare and healthy food, workforce development, and affordable housing.” – Jim Reeb
“Social Impact Properties (SIP) is a nonproﬁt organization whose mission is to facilitate tangible and intangible social impact property development and acquisition acting as a Comprehensive Fiscal Sponsor. These strategic properties are designed and intended to directly address a persistent social need or support social enterprise scaling activities sustainably.”
Key areas of impact
- Manufacturing Facilities
- Healthcare Services
- Affordable Housing
- Community Development
- Workforce Development
SIP works with two main different forms of properties.
- Tangible properties may include physical real estate, equipment, and technology.
- Intangible properties may include innovative processes, ideas, patents, and service marks or trademarks.