People and institutions can use their investment portfolios not just to make a return on their investment but for social impact. While women are currently twice as likely as men to own impact investments (18% compared to 10% respectively), more than half of both men and women have an interest in social impact, according to 2017 U.S. Trust Insights on Wealth and Worth. Among these social impact investments are opportunities to invest, using a gender lens, in public stocks and fixed income securities, such as bonds, and private equity and debt that align with your values and fit every portfolio size.