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CoPeace Announces Filing of CF Raise to Continue Capital Raise

March 18, 2021


Following successful earlier rounds in which it raised $1.9 million, impact holding company seeks to raise additional $5 million from investors interested in growing money through investments in positive-impact companies

DENVER CoPeace, a diversified holding company which invests in growing companies demonstrating positive measurable impact and strong fiscal health, today announced it has launched a Regulation CF equity crowdfunding offering following the validation of its Form C by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The purpose of this filing is to secure funds through investments from investors in the holding company, which directly invests in for-profit companies seeking solutions to societal and environmental problems, while striving for a competitive financial return.

CoPeace’s Regulation CF equity crowdfunding offering allows the company to sell up to $5 million worth of shares to the public. Shares are priced at $130.00 USD each with a minimum investment of $520 (4 shares). The offering will be conducted on a best efforts basis through the Wefunder Portal, https://wefunder.com/copeace.

As a holding company, CoPeace utilizes investor capital to purchase controlling interest in complementary, purpose-driven subsidiaries with innovative, marketable concepts and a strong leadership team, who are combating world problems with measurable impact and are projected to have positive growth and potential target returns. Currently, CoPeace’s portfolio includes five companies, Advanced Sustainable Technologies, Uncharted Power, CoFi PBLLC, CoMa PBLLC and CoSpo PBLLC, all of which focus on climate crisis solutions, cleantech innovation, economic equality and social justice.

There is tremendous opportunity for CoPeace’s investing model with the continued surge of assets managed with an environmental, social and/or governance lens. Recent research shows total U.S.-domiciled sustainably invested assets under management, both institutional and retail, grew 42% between 2018 and 2020, climbing from $12 trillion to $17.1 trillion.

CoPeace has already raised over $1.9M through previous rounds to facilitate investments in socially-impactful organizations and acquire meaningful subsidiaries, as well as contribute to general operating costs. Capital raised through the CF offering will further support CoPeace’s current portfolio, while helping expand their holdings to include themes of public health, education, and financial accessibility.

“We’ve received tremendous support on our fundraising journey thus far,” CoPeace CEO Craig Jonas said. “And we look forward to this next chapter to continue changing the structure of global capitalism in a way that places the environment and society on equal footing with profits.”

To learn more about the Company and the investment opportunity, please visit https://www.copeace.com.

About CoPeace

CoPeace is a forward-thinking holding company, building a portfolio of carefully selected for-profit companies with measurable social and environmental impact. CoPeace is democratizing the investment world by allowing everyone, not just wealthy investors, to invest in private impact companies via its holding company structure.

As a designated Certified B Corp and a public-benefit corporation (PBC), CoPeace is committed to acting morally, ethically and responsibly in regard to society, the environment, the natural world and the world at large.

For more information about CoPeace and how you can grow your money for good, visit www.copeace.com.

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