What is the Social Enterprise Difference?
Social enterprises, unlike charities, are self-sustaining investments that can be reinvested indefinitely, making them especially affective and influential. With a focus on empowering undeserved populations, EverGift focuses its donor dollars on building infrastructure, commerce, and education to alleviate poverty and enable self-sustaining communities to thrive.
EverGift is the Social Enterprise Engine
EverGift works with corporations, foundations and individuals to support the development and operation of viable social enterprise. The EverGift team works on behalf of its sponsor organizations to identify and vet suitable social enterprises that fit the ethos and general business criteria of the donor corporation.Learn More
The EverGift Process
Recent Success Stories
EverGift Successfully Completes First Loan in the Dominican Republic
Miami, Florida (June 26, 2015) – EverGift is proud to announce the successful completion of their first loan in the Dominican Republic. Founded by Matt Wanderer and Michael Douroux in 2008, EverGift lends donor and sponsor dollars to organizations allowing for an increase in small-loans to social entrepreneurs. Their latest investment empowered a group of young women in the Dominican Republic to launch their own private company, called Cuidame DR, which provides nanny and elderly care services to their community
Exciting New Partnership Brings Loan Capital to Scaling Social Enterprises
EverGift has teamed up with Social Enterprise Greenhouse (SEG) to bring hard-to-find loan capital to high impact social entrepreneurs. SEG, based in Providence, Rhode Island, is a nonprofit community of business and community leaders that donates expertise, time and money to help social entrepreneurs achieve positive social change in the community.