• Driving Positive Investment for People and Planet


Building on the success of Giving Architects, Impact Architects specialises in designing and facilitating innovative impact investments. We design and facilitate investments for projects that inspire a range of impact investors and provide intentional social and financial returns. Impact investment opens up significant opportunities for organisations where philanthropy and government spending is constrained.

Our team has local and international experience in designing best practice impact investments that deliver results, and our unique role is to bring social purpose objectives and impact investors together for the greater good of people and the planet.

About Us


What We Do

As a facilitator of impact investment projects, Impact Architects provides a unique range of experience, skills, and abilities that enable its clients to grow and diversify investment and revenue that ensure greater sustainability.

We offer services to both Social Purpose Organizations and Impact Investors

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Impact Investments are investments that provide a blended return: both a financial return to the investor, and an intentional, measured, positive impact for people and/or the planet. Impact investment provides opportunities to meet a range of challenges facing people and the planet that cannot or will not be solved by traditional philanthropy or government funding alone.


Tonnes of CO2-e avoided through impact investments as per the RIAA report for 2018


700 vulnerable families assisted through impact investment as per the RIAA report for 2018


Students supported through impact investment as per the RIAA report for 2018

Our Recent Projects

Check out our most recent projects in the impact investment space


Investing for impact Sustainable finance in New Zealand
Trends & Insights

MAY 2022

Sustainable finance across its various forms – green bonds, sustainability linked loans, impact investment, responsible or ethical investment – is on a growth trajectory in New Zealand. But other countries are setting a cracking pace, leaving us still in their dust. The question, explored in this publication, is whether we can turn this around, and what that would take.


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