About the Pandemic Impact Fund

The Fund

The Pandemic Impact Fund was launched to find the best tech companies, with the most talented entrepreneurs, that can significantly help with everything pandemic. A Denver based Delaware Limited Partnership, the venture capital fund is targeting $100,000,000 in committed capital. Investments will focus on early stage companies that can deliver top quartile venture returns.

The Fund is a member of the Rockies Venture Network which includes the Rockies Venture Club (RVC). RVC is the longest running and one of the most active early stage angel investing groups in the U.S.  So, through the network the Pandemic Impact Fund has access to significant deal-flow, broad expertise and experience, and co-investment opportunities.

If you are an interested investor who wants more information, please contact anyone of us.

Pandemic Impact Fund in Denver, CO

Target Companies

The Fund will invest primarily in early stage U.S. companies. Part of the venture fund has been carved out for select seed investments. Learn more about our portfolio.

Fund Investments

Initial investments will range from $1-5 M. The Fund prefers to lead early stage investments and has reserved 50-60% for follow on investments. Learn more about our investment thesis.

The Portfolio

The goal of the Fund is to invest in 20 to 30 hard, soft, or deep tech companies that can make a material contribution towards pandemics through detection, mitigation or resilience.

The material provided herein is for informational purposes only. It does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any interests in the Fund or any other securities. Any such offering of the Fund will be made only in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth in the Fund’s Private Placement Memorandum. Prior to investing, investors are strongly urged to review carefully the Private Placement Memorandum (including the risk factors described therein), the Limited Partnership Agreement and the Subscription Documents, to ask such questions of the Investment Manager as they deem appropriate, and to discuss any prospective investment in the Fund with their legal and tax advisers in order to make an independent determination of the suitability and consequences of an investment.