It takes a bit of thought. But once you commit and bring about that change: BAM! You, only better: refreshed, proactive, forward looking. Yes, finding a bank that matches your values is just like that. It looks good on you.
“There are lots of divestment conversations: fossil fuels, prisons, DAPL,” said Oscar Perry Abello, a New York City-based Fast Company + Next City journalist. "We’d like investment in bad things to stop, but we haven’t talked much about where to invest for good things. Where is our money going?"
With just half of all Americans holding investments but over 90% holding a bank account, learn what banking for impact looks like, opportunities for its scaled adoption, and the different impact outcomes to be achieved.
"In some ways, the election and its aftermath has breathed new life into so-called values based banking. It also represented an opportunity to be more aware as a nation," said Megan Hryndza, CEO of Mighty Deposits.
You don't need billions to be an impactful financier of American cities and marketplaces. You just need a bit of money and big visions, and the savvy to get started with your bank account. Mighty will show you your choices.
Mighty is like a cross between Yelp and Kiva. Yelp, in the sense that one of its ultimate goals is to refer users to banks that can meet their needs as depositors; Kiva, in the sense that the key differentiator among banks, other than geography, will be impact on places and people.