FAQ

Are you a public charity?

Yes. We are a Washington nonprofit corporation, exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to Intermountain Impact Investments are deductible under section 170 of the code.

When were you founded?

2014

Where do you work?

We invest in the Intermountain West - from the Cascades to the Rockies and the surrounding region - eastern Washington, eastern Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming and parts of Montana.

We invest in rural communities - defined as a county with a city population under 50,000 people - places investment capital currently isn't circulating.

What do you do?
  1. We invest to build the capacity of rural economies, providing investors access to investment opportunities currently uncommon in impact portfolios. 

  2. We bring investment capital to qualified, impact-focused rural businesses through custom financial tools traditional financing entities aren't offering.

     

What is impact investing?

Impact investing is the practice of investing in companies, organizations, and funds with the intention to generate a measurable, beneficial social or environmental impact alongside a financial return. The Global Impact Investing Network is a good place to learn more.

Our Impact goals are to:

  • STRENGTHEN BUSINESSES WITH LOCALLY CONTROLLED ASSETS

  • CREATE AND RETAIN STABLE, LIVING-WAGE JOBS

  • SUPPORT ORGANIZATIONS IMPROVING THEIR COMMUNITIES.

Can people contact you to invest or apply for financing now?

Yes. We are currently building a pipeline of investable opportunities for our first fund Rural Asset Replacement and are working on our second fund Rural Distributed Infrastructure.

In Print

Quote us

Within every community, there are tentpole organizations which provide goods and services allowing individuals to benefit from shared resources.

Increasingly these community institutions budgets are being cut and their potential contribution to regional prosperity ignored.

Our lack of investment in infrastructure for future generations makes it appears we are learning to accept extreme economic inequality.

It is true that middle class Americans are now a minority, however in every community there exist people who believe in this shared experiment of equal opportunity, we call the United States.

It is those people i3 intends to invest in. The ones contributing to the community’s shared future. We believe they are the foundation of our economic success.

Amber Larsen

(509) 293-7547

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