The Good Deed Impact Fund is Estonia’s first strategic philanthropy fund, which focuses on initiatives that solve pressing problems in Estonian society while measuring the impact of their work. We contribute to the growth of initiatives with a significant societal impact through grants, investments, and in-kind support.

We are ready to invest in complicated matters – education, social inequality, public health, and the environment.

In the Impact Fund, the initiatives get a dedicated partner for several years, with whom they can develop their organisation and increase the scope of their solution’s impact.  We advise the initiative’s head and team in various areas: strategy, communication, finances, leadership, impact assessment, and measurement. We help manage strategic projects and involve volunteers. We work with both start-up and growth-phase initiatives.

1 000 000

euros raised from the private sector


initiatives supported

Impact Fund Support:

  • the knowledge and time of the Good Deed team
  • donations and investments
  • pro-bono experts
  • impact measurement

Impact Fund initiatives:

  • solve critical key issues in Estonian society
  • have a significant growth potential
  • have a strong leader team
  • have a working financial model
  • measure their impact on the target group


Sven Mansberg

Märt Lume

Raul Kirjanen

Mari-Liis and Martin Villig

Marko Kull

Marju Kern

Mari-Ly Kern

Jaan Puusaag

Indrek Prants

Helen and Martin Tajur

Heldur Meerits

Andres Rätsepp

Anders Anderson

Anne Holm Rannaleet

Good Deed’s partner

Armin Kõomägi

Good Deed’s partner

Ahti Heinla

Good Deed’s partner

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Initiatives supported

Ringo Eco

A scalable, open, and neutral reusable packaging platform that reduces single-use packaging waste.

Helge Kool

Helge Kool is dedicated to improving student well-being and providing essential support to school psychologists and young learners through innovative tools.

Kõnnime Koos / Let’s Walk Together

The NGO "Kõnnime Koos" creates guided walking groups across Estonia to encourage people to exercise and maintain their health.

Asendusõpetajate programm / Substitute Teacher Programme

The program alleviates the shortage and overload of teachers by providing schools with meaningful substitute lessons taught by motivated substitute teachers.

SPIN programme

SPIN is a sports-based youth development program in Estonia with a unique model and scientifically proven effectiveness. Its aim is to develop and strengthen young people's social and self-management skills while bringing joy through sports.

The NGO "Peaasjad" focuses on promoting mental health, preventing issues, and reducing stigma in society.

Lapse Heaolu Arengukeskus / Center for Child Welfare and Development

Lapse Heaolu Arengukeskus establishes prevention and family service centers, known as "Family Nests," in local municipalities.

Käpp ja Käsi / Hand and Paw

Hand and Paw connects inmates with shelter dogs, whose training helps prisoners reintegrate into society.


Köömen is a social enterprise that offers new immigrants an 8-month-long programme during which the participants acclimatise to the Estonian work culture, develop their Estonian language skills, gain experience in food service, and grow their social network.

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Kiusamisvaba Kool (Bullying-Free School)

An evidence-based program in schools for preventing bullying and effectively resolving bullying incidents.