2021 Goldman Sachs Gives Analyst Impact Fund Finals

21 APR 2021

Sponsored by the Partnership Committee and the Office of Corporate Engagement, the Goldman Sachs Gives Analyst Impact Fund allows analysts to compete to win a grant from Goldman Sachs Gives for the nonprofit of their choice. The global competition not only expands Goldman Sachs’ philanthropic legacy, but also serves as an important tool to engage the firm’s analysts.

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 sixth 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. Teams were judged by David Solomon and the Partnership Committee on the following criteria: 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
First Place

Lime Connect

Lime Connect is the world’s largest network of persons with disabilities – attracting, preparing and connecting highly motivated people with disabilities to scholarships, internships and full-time opportunities with the world’s leading corporations.

$100,000 Grant
Second Place

Hello World

Hello World partners with remote communities to build 'Hello Hubs', solar powered and Wi-Fi enabled computer hubs, each fitted with eight screens and loaded with world-class educational content, allowing children to learn, access digital educational resources and improve their future by connecting globally 

$75,000 Grant
Third Place


DivInc bridges the gap between underrepresented entrepreneurs and the resources they need to build profitable, high-growth companies. They work to inspire, empower, and enable the voices heard the least to accomplish dreams that will benefit society the most. They aim to unleash untapped and hidden innovative talent within communities and generate an entrepreneur mindset shift for generations to come.

$25,000 Grant
Fourth Place and Fan Favorite

Prasanna Trust

The Prasanna Trust is a registered non-religious public charitable trust founded by Poojya Sukhabodhanandain 1982. The organization has been serving marginalized individuals in society irrespective of caste, religion, color or creed since its inception through various programs and initiatives.

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