We Are On a Mission
Once you see a problem like financial scarcity, you can’t “un-see” it. It is everywhere you look, and unless we stand up with a bold mission to fight back, it is never going to get solved.
We believe that employers are the key to sustainable and scalable community impact.
Our “WHY” is to help organizations and individuals meet the needs of people in their community.
Our “Mission” is to help organizations meet the needs of people in their community by providing the education and technology to create sustainable and scalable community impact.
Help your employees cover cash flow needs and emergency expenses all while they build emergency savings.
Members / Customers
Your members and customers financial well-being is more often then not connected to your organization’s success.
At the end of the day, we all want to live in a thriving community. Help others in your city achieve financial well-being.
“Communities” Are Everywhere
When most people think of communities, they are thinking of their geographic cities. However, cities are made up of individual organizations that are driven by people.
Our vision of Prospering “Communities” Worldwide, is a belief that if enough organizations in one geographic location collectively impact the financial well-being of their own communities, then we will eventually see entire cities prosper.
We believe that if we collectively seek the peace and prosperity of our employees, customers and members, that our organization will prosper, and if our organizations prosper, so will the city.
The key to Prospering “Communities” Worldwide is Financial Well-being for all.
- Social Service
- Faith Based
- Tech Companies
- Financial Services
- Real Estate
- School Districts
Our Core Values
We hold strongly to a unique set of core values that guides our team in everything we do. These are not just words on the wall…this is us!
Meet the Team
I am an entrepreneurial leader who specializes in lean product development. My passion is solving real world problems with talented web and mobile development teams and lean startup methodologies. I have built successful software projects inside large fortune 500 companies, SMB’s and for numerous startups.
I am currently the Executive Director of The Community Impact Fund. We help organizations maximize their impact by helping them identify needs, facilitate impact, measure results and share impact. Our vision is Prospering “Communities” Worldwide.
Prior to leading CIF full time, I was the Chief Innovation Officer at Red Rocks Credit Union and leading their innovation roadmap in order to bring the Credit Union’s mission to life which is to encourage, enable and underwrite the hopes, dreams and aspirations of our members to have maximum impact.
My team and I are focused on Human and Social Capital investment, Employee Care, Economics of Mutuality, Economic Development and Fintech.
I live in Castle Pines Colorado and enjoy spending time outdoors with my wife Shanna and two young children and can be found fishing, flying, snowboarding, skiing, hiking or biking.
Cheif Operating Officer
Mike is a Passionate impact business leader focused on community impact and corporate social responsibility. After owning and growing Share Good Foods, resulting in a successful sale, as well as leading the development of SGF, a Do Good Things social enterprise work, Mike also worked to driving impact through his leadership in the growth and expansion of Swoovy®, a platform fueling volunteerism, social connections, and a wraparound support system for nonprofits. Mike comes to Community Impact Fund with a wealth of experience and passion for “doing good by doing well” in business.
- Colorado Native
- Avid Outdoorsman who loves to camp, hike, ski, fly fish
- Married to his wife of over 25 year who he met as a freshman in HS, She was a senior and not interested.
- Father to three girls
- On the Board of B:CIVIC a Colorado Nonprofit working to help further business as a force for good.
EVP, Social Impact & Partnerships at Swoovy
Director of Technology at Cherry Hills Christian Schools
VP Operations at Rewind Technology
Owner and VP of Do Good things at Share Good Foods
Brooke Woody lives in Colorado with her husband and two kids. She grew up in Virginia, but moved out to Colorado in 2004 and fell in love with the mountains. She loves all things outdoors especially hiking, running, paddle boarding, and cross country skiing. With two very active kids, most weekends are spent spectating at youth sports events or adventuring with the family.
Brooke is the Benevolence Administrator at the Community Impact Fund (CIF). She is responsible for the vetting and approving of the benevolence campaigns and working with the applicants throughout the entire grant process. She also works on process design and improvement for all areas of CIF. She is an original board member of CIF and believes passionately about the vision of prospering communities worldwide.
- Earned a BS in Business from Wake Forest University
- Began her career at Bank of America in IT Project Management
- Met her husband at a triathlon
- Has taught a financial literacy course to women coming out of crisis situations
IT Project Manager, Consultant, Online Instructor, Personal Trainer, Swim Instructor, Volunteer at local schools and non-profit organizations
I am the Controller at CIF, keeping track of the ins and outs of all of the dollars and cents. We strive to maximize all donation dollars to create the highest impact to meet the ongoing needs in your community.
After living in Denver, Colorado for 15 years, my two elementary aged boys and I moved to Kansas City in 2017 to be closer to family. We love spending time outside, mountain biking, and hanging out with neighbors and friends on hot, humid summer nights.
Director of Partnerships
In his model, everybody matters, therefore individual outcomes matter too, and he delivers quantifiable solutions via actionable data and intelligent assistance. Success is also measured by the impact he has on each and every individual’s life. Ultimately, his practice is aligned with the goals and objectives of the Employers and Employees which he serves.
He is a proud graduate of Boston College where he graduated Summa Cum Laude from the Honors Program with degrees in History and Economics.