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Calls for Proposals[edit]

Foundations etc.[edit]

Funder Types of Activities Funded Contacts
The BiD Network Marketplace and Award Event Meet outstanding entrepreneurs, share ideas, network and get inspired. -
The Draper Richards Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship Provides selected early-stage nonprofit organizations with start-up funding of $100,000 annually for three years, as well as assistance and support. Organizations must have or plan to get 501c3 status to apply. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, year-around. -
Skoll Foundation The Skoll Awards for Social Entrepreneurship: The awards are designed to support and celebrate social entrepreneurs whose work has the potential for large-scale impact on the critical challenges of our time: tolerance and human rights, health, environmental sustainability, peace and security, institutional responsibility and economic and social equity. -
The Global Social Venture Competition (GSVC) The largest student-run business plan contest in the world that provides mentoring, exposure and prizes for social ventures from around the world -- is now accepting submissions. Ten social venture finalists from around the world will compete for $45,000 in prizes and exposure to potential funders at the eighth annual GSVC at the Haas School of Business on April 13, 2008. -
The Development Marketplace A global competition organized by the World Bank seeking innovative solutions to development challenges. -
Echoing Green Foundation - -
Kiva - -

Proposals[edit]

  • Consider this approach (WikiEducator) and develop proposals at that site.