Deadline: 12th march 2023 | Charity Entrepreneurship CE Incubation Program 2023
Background on the charity entrepreneurship
In June 2018, Joey Savoie and Karolina Sarek formally established Charity Entrepreneurship as a project of the Charity Science Foundation of Canada. This initiative was the result of six months of research in 2016 and the founding of two GiveWell-incubated charities, Charity Science Health and Fortify Health.
|Charity Entrepreneurship CE Incubation Program 2023
|Stipend of $ 2,000 living costs and $ 200,000 possible funding after the Program.
|12th day of March 2023
Concerning the Fellowship:
- Start one of the most successful charities in the world by enrolling in CE’s program. You can receive two months of rigorous training from CE at no cost to you.
- You will receive the greatest evidence-based intervention from CE’s talented team of academics and businesspeople, and they will assist you in selecting the ideal co-founder.
- By participation in genuine partner initiatives, you can learn about impact analysis, cost-effectiveness, management, and fundraising.
- We accept candidates of all ages from a wide range of backgrounds.
- Experience is helpful but not necessary. We train people with over a decade of expertise alongside those with little to no work experience or formal education.
Benefits after the Program
- a seed grant of up to $200,000 (not guaranteed, but in recent years, money has gone to more than 80% of initiatives)
- mentoring sessions with the CE team every month
- access to a large network of possible investors and mentors
- coaching from outside subject-matter experts (e.g., on co-founder relations or M&E)
- assistance with WIX website design
- Receive expert operations and HR support from the CE team to help you swiftly set up your business.
- Start by obtaining a US charitable fiscal sponsorship, which enables you to accept donations that are tax deductible.
You will get access to a resource list that will aid in your application process preparation.
- We can process your application more quickly the earlier you submit it.
- Eight weeks of the incubation program and two weeks of seed money follow.
- The 8-week course is online and includes two in-person sessions at CE’s London office.
- You make final adjustments to your proposal during the two-week seed-funding process, and CE Seed Network makes the ultimate award decision.
- The program requires a full-time commitment (8+ hours per daily).
During the program
- Living allowances throughout the duration of the incubator program (e.g., rent, wifi, food, childcare). The stipends, which average $2,000 per month, are determined by the requirements of the participants and are modified accordingly.
- Travel and lodging expenses for the two weeks spent in London.
AFTER THE PROGRAM
If you are unable to launch a charity for any reason, CE offers the following:
- Career mentoring (we have an almost 100% success rate in matching non-founder participants with research funds, relevant jobs, and other impact-producing opportunities).
- Stipends of two months to use as a safety net while seeking out other chances.