Join Login

Only 1.5% of charities get 70% of the sector income. Tech-for-good platform whatimpact will tackle the third sector’s biggest inequality, ensure transparency, and maximise the efficiency of all CSR activity

Is your organisation looking to give or receive resources? helps donors – like companies looking to fulfil their CSR responsibilities, or foundations looking to award grants – find recipients, like charities or social enterprises looking for support.

Their AI-based matchmaking system makes it significantly easier for donors to find a recipient that shares their values and vision of the future. This also helps to save resources that would otherwise be spent looking for suitable prospects – a sum in excess of a billion pounds annually.

How does it work? Customers sign up to the site, choose their profile type (company, grantmaker, charity, or social enterprise), and fill in their profile. This includes detailing what kind of support you are seeking/offering. Once your profile is complete, whatimpact do the rest, matching your organisation with others that suit your needs. Once a relationship has been established, whatimpact helps recipients to report on their impact in a standardised form, which in turn helps donors to see and show the results of their support.

The online platform is currently offering a risk free trial period to all organisations:

Charities and social enterprises that sign up before 22nd December 2020 can trial the site until 31st May 2021.

Companies and grantmakers that sign up before 22nd December 2020 can trial the site until 31st March 2021.

All charities and social enterprises with an annual turnover of 50k or below receive free access to the site for life.

Sign up to trial the site here. There is no obligation to pay following your trial. For more information, get in touch at .

Leave a comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.


New Organisational Members – Invictus Wellbeing!
Social Value UK is proud to announce Invictus Wellbeing have joined us as Organisational members! Ahead of their joining, Social Value UK spoke to them about…
New Level 1 Associate Practitioner – Yuhei Inoue
Social Value UK are proud to announce that our member, Yuhei Inoue has achieved Level One Associate Practitioner status. Ahead of this announcement, we…
Alcohol addiction might not look how you expect it to – and recovery…
Content Warning: this blog references personal experiences with addiction. If you want more information or support with this issue, please visit: Drug…