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Open Architecture Collaborative

July 6, 2016
The Open Architecture Collaborative is the platform for bringing together under resourced communities and architectural designers to actualize their full potential through positive action. The international network provides organizational support, individual trainings and resources, and a global network platform for community focused, volunteer design chapters.

Fluxus System

May 18, 2016
Our mission is to enhance sustainable development in communities across the economic spectrum by providing governments, the private, public sectors and NGOs with a new way of building quality, sustainable and affordable housing for all.... Read More

Bamboo for Lost Cost Housing

May 10, 2016
Utilising bamboo for addressing housing shortfall across the globe. Leader / Director: Prashant Lingam

GIG Design LLC

May 10, 2016
GIG Design accommodates and leverages employees to perform in diverse settings and situations through our health + design wellbeing method. Individuals ability to become aware of an issue, detect an issue, see evidence then solve... Read More

100 urban entrepreneurs

March 17, 2015
100 Urban Entrepeneurs is a nonprofit foundation dedicated to helping provide a meaningful, long-term economic boost to urban communities throughout the United States by supporting minority entrepreneurship at its earliest stages.

Greater Good Studio

March 9, 2015
Greater Good Studio offers workshops, research and strategy, and design and prototyping services for businesses to promote positive social change. Using an asset based, human-centered model, the firm designs environments, experiences, products and services that help businesses make a difference.

B Lab

March 9, 2015
B Corps certified businesses are concerned with increasing both their economic and social capital. Through transparency, accountability and social responsibility, B Corps businesses create positive opportunities for all stakeholders.

Coulson, Stuart

March 8, 2015
Stuart Coulson supports, advises and invests in for-profit and for-benefit enterprises in sectors ranging from web CRM to medical devices. At Stanford University’s Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (the d.school) he is a Consulting Associate Professor responsible for the business strategy track of the Design for Extreme Affordability course, as well as Director of the Social Entrepreneurship Lab. He is a Board member and Treasurer at D-Rev, a non-profit product development company that designs and delivers products to people living on less than $4 a day. Contact Info: Website: www.linkedin.com/in/stuartc

PopTech Fellows

March 6, 2015
PopTech Social Innovation Fellows program supplies accomplished innovators who are working with socially responsible organizations with the tools, exposure, insights and network that will enable them to have more impact. Fellows learn to accelerate and grow their impact through an all-expenses-paid intensive development program and through the PopTech leadership conference where they receive access to mentors and other leaders in the PopTech network. The PopTech Social Innovation Fellows program provides world changers with the tools necessary to grow their organization and their impact.

Echoing Green Fellows

March 6, 2015
Echoing Green funds social entrepreneurs using venture capital investments. The Fellowship Program offers seed-stage funding and personal support to high potential social leaders.

Draper/Richards/Kaplan Fellowship

March 6, 2015
The Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation uses global venture philanthropy to fund social entrepreneurs. Fellows receive hands on support from the Foundations board and $100,000 annually for a three year term.

Venture for America Fellowship

March 6, 2015
Venture for America promotes responsible entrepreneurship that benefits the businessperson and the community in which they work. The 2-year fellowship enables recent graduates to hone their business skills in a start-up company while also providing opportunity and positive impact in the city where they work.

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