What is the Impact Genome Registry?
The Impact Genome Registry is a repository for impact data on over 2.2 million global nonprofits and social programs. It catalogues standardized data on outcomes, strategies, beneficiaries, context, cost, and evidence quality. We can now quantify the annual impact—the total outcomes produced—of any social program. The Impact Genome Registry creates a currency for social impacts the same way carbon registries do for environmental impacts. Impact data is structured, validated, and Verified by our evaluators. The Verification Standards are curated by taxonomists and peer-reviewed by nonprofit practitioners, experts, and academics. Verified programs receive Verified Impact Credits that turn impact into an asset.
Standards for Impact Measurement
Impact Data You Can Trust
Impact Genome Registry standardizes and independently verifies results so nonprofit and social programs can now prove their work in making a difference and funders can give confidently to organizations making an impact.
Small and marginalized organizations can compete for funding on a level playing field. They get visibility and funding based on their results, not based on their marketing and fundraising capacities.Register your program in the Registry
More Bang for the Buck
Social programs can communicate their "true cost" of producing social impact so that investors, grantmakers, and donors can give where their money can do the most good.Learn how to get credit and optimize your impact portfolio