Since 2001 we have worked with a distinguished roster of clients primarily characterized by a desire to ensure not only that their own organizations have the best possible impact, but also to influence the practices of their industry by making their social and environmental value transparent.



Aflatoun Child Savings International

Asian Venture Philanthropy Association (AVPN)

Beneficial State Bank (One PacificCoast Bank)

Beneficial State Foundation (One PacificCoast Foundation)

Boehm Gladen Foundation

Calvert Foundation

Ciudad Saludable

Community Alliance with Family Farmers (CAFF)

Criterion Ventures

Dallas County Public Health Nursing Services



Environmental Capital Group


Fair Trade USA

Fast Company

Fritz Institute

Future 500

Gates Foundation

Global Citizen Center

Global Fund for Women

Golden Mean Capital

Goodwill of San Francisco, San Mateo and Marin Counties

Gray Matters Capital

Great Schools

Grupo Ecologico Sierra Gorda

HIP Investor


Humanity United


Imagine Science

Investors Circle


Lulan Artisans and WE’VE

Mercy Housing

Metro Atlanta YMCA

Mobius Technologies

Mogul Advisory Services

Morrison Foerster

NeighborWorks America

Nemours Health and Prevention Services (NHPS)

New Avenue

New Progressive Coalition

Opportunity Collaboration

Oxygen Tango

Park Tree Investments

Patriot Portfolios dba CauseVesting

Pennsylvania State University

Philadelphia Mayor’s Office of Community Service

Polecat Ltd

Portland Homeless Youth Continuum

Prudential Social Investments

Quantum Intech


Resources for Indispensible Students and Educators (RISE)

Restore the Earth Foundation

Ripon College

Rising International

Rockefeller Foundation

Scientia Schools

Skoll Foundation

Social eValuator

Social-Impact International


Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future

Think Impact

United Religions Initiative (URI)

University of California San Francisco Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI)

Veris Wealth Partners

Vida Capital Group

Zero Divide




Akindo Forum

Association of Fundraising Professionals

BASES Social Entrepreneurs Challenge, Stanford University

Cisco Foundation


ESSEC Business School

Financial Research Associates

Financial Research Associates

Global Social Benefit Incubator (GSBI)

Global Social Venture Competition – Indian School of Business

Global Social Venture Competition – Thammasat Business School

Hastings Business Law Journal

Hub Ventures

Hult International Business School

International SROI Symposium (Seoul)

KAIST Business School

Lien Centre for Social Innovation

Ministry of Employment and Labor, South Korea

Monterey Institute of International Studies (MIIS) Frontier Market Scouts


New York University Stern School of Business

Nomura Research Institute Ltd (NRI)

Presidio Business School

Social Stimulus

Social Venture Partners Tokyo

SRI in the Rockies

Stanford Social eCollaboratory

Stanford University

Thammasat University

The SROI Network

University of California, Berkeley Center for Executive Education

University of California, Davis Graduate School of Management

University of California, Santa Cruz

Unreasonable Institute

Venture Philanthropy Summit, Stanford University

Washington University at St. Louis Evaluation for Social Impact Summit

Women’s Technology Cluster (WTC)

World Knowledge Forum

Yale Partnership on Nonprofit Ventures