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High Impact Giving.
Principled Philanthropy.

The Bradley Impact Fund is a donor-advised fund philanthropic investors choose to ensure America remains a land of freedom, equality, and opportunity now and for future generations.

A Dynamic Community United in Principles & Purpose.

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Our Mission: The Bradley Impact Fund is a donor-advised fund with a mission to serve as philanthropic advisors who educate, empower, and inspire donors to advance our common principles through high-impact giving and the protection of donor intent.

Our Vision: The Bradley Impact Fund envisions a robust, national community of informed donors and partners who support and fund organizations that restore, strengthen, and protect America’s founding principles and institutions.

Our Guiding Principles:

  • Constitutional Order - Fidelity to the Constitution, with its principles of limited government, federalism, separation of powers, and individual liberties.

  • Free Markets - Commitment to free markets that allow for private enterprise, entrepreneurship, and voluntary exchange within the rule of law.

  • Civil Society - Commitment to the fundamental institutions of civil society that cultivate individuals capable of self-governance.

  • Informed Citizens - Dedication to the formation of informed and capable citizens.

  • Donor Intent - Protection of donor intent.

We are aligned with and inspired by  The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation’s mission to restore, strengthen, and protect the principles and institutions of American exceptionalism. The Foundation’s 30 years of philanthropic expertise and vetted portfolio of nonprofit organizations are resources available to our dynamic community.

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Connect to bright minds, smart ideas and thoughtful implementation.

Donor Story: Dennis Kuester

The Bradley Impact Fund was launched in 2013 under the leadership of Dennis Kuester, The Bradley Foundation Board Chairman at the time. Dennis shares his thoughts on a growing community of donors coming into its own.

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ESG Corporate Proxy Voting Threatens Free Enterprise

Learn how shareholder activist groups are wielding the influence of large publicly traded companies to change American culture, and ways the Free Enterprise Project (FEP) at the National Center for Public Policy Research is pushing back. 

The battle to protect America’s institutions extends...

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Protecting Free Exercise of All Faiths in America

When religious freedom was trampled in New York during the pandemic, The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty won a reversal by the Supreme Court on regulations that privileged secular activities over religious exercise. 

The free exercise of all faiths is not only a Constitutional principle. It is...

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Protecting Freedom in a Cancel Culture

Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) and National Association of Scholars are on the frontlines at college campuses across the nation to protect free expression of ideas from the threat of cancel culture.

The Cultural Marxism that took root on college campuses in the latter part...

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What our donors say

Nonprofits changing Milwaukee’s status quo are successful because they align the interests of families, neighborhoods and donors.

They’re uniting people in their investment in a shared outcome, and the relationships they’re building are real.

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John Beagle

The Bradley Impact Fund, with its commitment to American principles, is well-aligned with my own ideals.

Recognizing the importance of public policy dialogue to human creativity in a free market economy is essential.

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Sylvie Légère Ricketts

I can conveniently support the causes I care about through the Impact Fund. I’m also continually learning about policy solutions and high-impact nonprofit organizations helping people engage in the American Dream through effort, education, and opportunity.

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Ron Krizek

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