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open communities

“Mat at Mission Impact is the most organized and efficient event professional I have ever worked with. He understands both sides of the equation: the non profit needs and the band needs. He has married these talents together to help raise the profile of such hardworking nonprofits all over this country!”

Mary Ellen Ball, Executive Director Open Communities. 

Hosted at Ravinia Festival Highland Park, IL  (15,400 capacity) 

Open communities seeks to eradicate housing discrimination, in all of its forms, and against all persons, because of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, gender identity, sex, disability, familial status, or source of income. We believe that fair housing is a human right.


teton literacy center

“Working with Mission Impact was great. They were very well organized which made the experience effortless on our end and allowed us access to a wide demographic at an event we would not otherwise have been invited to. We were able to interact with many community members throughout the event and by far the most beneficial part was the band taking the time to talk about our organization in front of a sold out crowd! Would highly recommend working with Mission Impact as they handle all the logistical work of getting your non-profit excellent exposure in your community!”

Carisa Barnett, Afterschool Program Manager TLC

Hosted at Center for the Arts Jackson Hole, WY (510 capacity)

Changing lives through the power of literacy. TLC serves over 400 students each year, ages preschool-high school, and their parents through comprehensive family programs to eliminate the achievement gap in our community. We provide over 30,000 plus hours of free, high quality instruction through individual tutoring, afterschool programs, preschool classes and parent education each year.

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lexington fair housing

“Mission Impact made the opportunity to reach new people as smooth and seamless as possible. We are hopeful that we will see increased diversity as a result of these volunteers. Thanks for reaching out to us and for the help in achieving our mission to eradicate discrimination in housing.” 

Liandrea Goatley Programs Dir. Lexington Fair Housing Council

Hosted at Manchester Music Hall Lexington, KY (1100 capacity)

Lexington Fair Housing provides free legal assistance and representation to housing discrimination victims statewide. They are the only Fair Housing agency in Kentucky, a 100% grant-funded agency that has been in existence for over 20 years.