Impact investing prioritizes investment in companies and organizations with the intention of generating social and environmental change. Future Caucus members are working to introduce and support bills to empower states, nonprofits, and the private sector to scale up these interventions, which seek to confront some of the most difficult challenges our country faces.
Congressional Future Caucus members Reps. Todd Young (R-IN) and John Delaney (D-MD), among others, have introduced the first proposal to use social impact bonds on the federal level. Additionally, multiple Future Caucus members have co-sponsored the Investing in Opportunity Act, a bill designed to establish incentives for reinvesting in economically distressed communities in order to catalyze growth and business opportunity.
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, Millennial Action Project (MAP) strictly does NOT engage in any lobbying activities or attempt to influence legislation. The Congressional Future Caucus is set up as an independent entity from MAP. For efforts in conjunction with the Congressional Future Caucus, MAP creates a space to encourage collaboration among young leaders and to promote Millennial leadership in public service. MAP affiliates with the Future Caucus to provide educational resources and support public engagement efforts.