Robert Boogaard

Catalyst for Social Good

Email: rb@robertboogaard.me

Industrieweg 14K, 1231 KH Loosdrecht, Netherlands  (Google Maps)



My mission is to contribute to a better world, by inspiring and supporting people with resources (wealth, talent, influence) to create significantly more impact


Currently, I pursue this mission via the following initiatives:

Managing director

PCG Investments is a single family office. We strive to strategically apply 100% of our assets and 100% of our profits with the goal of maximizing our net positive impact and contributing to tackling the world’s most pressing problems. (more >>)

Founder

Jazi Foundation is dedicated to increasing the impact of philanthropy and investing. We do this by funding and supporting initiatives that strive to make philanthropy and investing as impactful as possible. (more >>)

Co-founder

The Enough Project invites high net wealth individuals to engage in a brave exploration into wealth, impact and well-being. (more >>)

Co-founder (and funder via Jazi Foundation)

The Total Portfolio Project explores how impact-driven investors can increase the impact across their total portfolios, using both (impact) investing and philanthropy. (more >>)

Co-founder (and funder via Jazi Foundation)

Effective Giving’s helped UHNW philanthropists, at no cost, to find and fund the most promising solutions to the world’s most pressing problems. It layed the foundation for what has now become Ergo Impact (more >>)

I'm also on the advisory boards of Generation Pledge, Center for Sustainable Finance & Private Wealth, Doneer Effectief and the Toniic T100 Project, as well as guiding and supporting a number of others building the philanthropic and impact ecosystems.

Impact Learnings

I'm on a journey to learn how I can 'do good better', to maximize my impact. In the 20 slides below (open full screen here) I have summarized the key things I've learned about impact (so far, over the past ten years) :

Impact learnings

Impact Resources

Below are some resources (work in progress) which I have found helpful to develop my thinking about impact, both in terms of philanthropy and investing: