A Good Returns Cycling Company
In September 2018, Good Returns announced a first-of-its-kind partnership with ORIX Corporation USA (ORIX USA) - the deployment of a $250,000 “Cycle.” This Cycle was Good Returns’ first with a multi-national corporation and the largest to date. The investment is currently serving Impact Organizations in North Texas that address several important cause areas including basic needs, education, empowerment, health and veterans.
Good Returns and ORIX USA are thrilled to align in values, which emphasize innovation and sustainability as essential components to creating social impact.
Current Impact Partners
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“Through our partnership with Good Returns, we are able to participate in a new way to leverage the financial resources of our foundation and our skillset as a financial services company to do more for our community.”
- Carol Greene, ORIX Foundation Director
Good Returns’ most recent Cycle in partnership with ORIX USA provided capital and support to Texas-based Impact Organizations.
Funding and support provided to Akola Project, Inc. is helping 50 women in Dallas receive vocational training and access to work programs in order to achieve self-sufficiency and the ability to support their families.
Click the picture to read Miriam’s story.
Funding and support provided to PeopleFund is enabling 30 Texas-based veterans to receive capital and business training to grow their small businesses. In addition to providing more than 900 hours of free training, this program will create or retain 25 jobs, which will bring about long-term stability for recipients.
Click the picture to read Dr. Hammond’s story.
Miles of Freedom
Funding and support provided to Miles of Freedom is being used to expand its land maintenance and lawn care social enterprise as well as provide employment for two individuals participating in the organization's workforce re-entry program.
“This partnership with ORIX USA will establish a new and effective way for companies and corporate foundations to mobilize more of their resources for doing good in their communities.”
- Kyle Lukianuk, president of Good Returns