2020 Goldman Sachs Gives Analyst Impact Fund Finals

06 NOV 2020

Sponsored by the Partnership Committee and the Office of Corporate Engagement, the Goldman Sachs Gives Analyst Impact Fund is a global competition that builds on our longstanding culture of teamwork and service.

Each year, analysts from across the firm collaborate with their peers for a chance to win grants from Goldman Sachs Gives to support nonprofits of their choice. 

The fifth annual Analyst Impact Fund attracted hundreds of compelling proposal submissions from junior employees, all aimed at addressing some of the world’s most pressing challenges. Ultimately, six finalist teams from Goldman Sachs locations around the world advanced to the finals. 

Teams were judged by David Solomon and the Partnership Committee on the following criteria: the impact, scalability and uniqueness of the proposed project; the team’s analysis of the project goals and financials; and the strength of the organization’s leadership and partnerships. 

Awards were presented to the following organizations:

$250,000 Grant & $25,000 Grant
First Place and Fan Favorite

New York

SIRUM seeks to ensure that every American has access to their essential prescription medicine.

$100,000 Grant
Second Place

Black Girl Ventures
New York

Black Girl Ventures (BGV) supports economic advancement of Black/brown woman-identifying entrepreneurs through funding for tech-enabled, revenue generating businesses and access to community, education and leadership development. 

$75,000 Grant
Third Place


Chayn addresses gender-based violence by creating intersectional survivor-led resources online via volunteer-based community.

$25,000 Grant

Buy Food With Plastic
Zurich & Geneva

Buy Food With Plastic fights hunger and creates jobs through innovative plastic recycling initiative and educational awareness programs.

$25,000 Grant

Khushi Baby
Bengaluru & Tokyo

Khushi Baby provides an innovative decentralized digital platform for tracking and ensuring maternal and child healthcare, tailored for under-resourced settings without internet connectivity.

$25,000 Grant


SwitchON promotes sustainable livelihoods and addressing environmental challenges through innovative agricultural business models and technologies.

Previous Years:

2019 Summary

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2018 Summary

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2017 Summary

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2016 Summary

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