Improve health outcomes by providing access to high quality, affordable healthcare for underserved patient communities, promoting higher quality and more sustainable food systems, and developing products and services that promote healthy lifestyles.
About Double Impact
We actively partner with companies across three themes – health & wellness, education & workforce development, and sustainability to create long-term value and meaningful social impact at scale.
Meteor Education Secures Growth Investment from Bain Capital Double Impact
Cotopaxi: Why Business Is the Best Way to Improve the World
Bain Capital Double Impact taps Kizer amid impact team expansion
The 5 top-ranking impact firms, according to BlueMark
FreeWill Raises $30 Million in Series B to Transform Nonprofit Fundraising via Non-Cash Giving
Water Treatment Innovator AqueoUS Vets® Secures Growth Investment from Bain Capital Double Impact
HiMama Secures C$70 Million Growth Investment Led By Bain Capital Double Impact
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2022 Year in Review
2022 marked seven years since the launch of Bain Capital Double Impact. In that time, the field of impact investing has matured significantly. The Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN) estimates assets under management in impact investing surpassed one trillion dollars globally last year for the first time. As the market has continued to scale, so have we. Our team has tripled in size since we launched, we have made 24 investments across two funds, and we have realized four monetizations. Explore our 2022 Year in Review
Case Studies and Reports
Our Impact Themes
Bain Capital Double Impact partners with companies that have strong business models and great impact potential. We focus broadly on three core themes:
By the Numbers
As of December 31, 2022 unless otherwise stated. For actively managed companies unless otherwise stated.
AqueoUS Vets, Basic Home Infusion, FreeWill, Meteor Education
AVERAGE REVENUE GROWTH
Data as of January 1, 2023. Percentage of team that is categorized as ‘diverse’ are those that identify as female, Asian, Black, Hispanic or Latino, Middle Eastern or North African, Multiracial, Native America or Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, and/or LGBTQ+. Percentage has been rounded to the nearest whole number.