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Propeller: A Force for Social Innovation
05/31/20 11:59 PM CT
Opportunity for Louisiana nonprofit and for-profit organizations in eligible regions to participate in a professional development program. The program is intended to support entrepreneurs that address disparities within the focus areas of education, community economic development, food, health, and water. In response to COVID-19, this year’s accelerator focuses on supporting businesses navigating the new landscape as a result of the pandemic. Propeller will prioritize entrepreneurs working to serve a client base demographically representative of New Orleans.
Propeller works with entrepreneurs who aim to pivot their strategies or strengthen their service or program delivery while incorporating foundations of equity into strategies and services with the goal of addressing disparities in New Orleans. Priority will be given to ventures that aim to address systemic inequities beyond the immediate public health crisis while either pivoting their business strategies or managing an increase in demand for services as a result of the pandemic
Propeller drives systemic change within five focus areas. For each sector, Propeller will prioritize solutions that specifically address the following issues:
For information about the benefits of the program, see: http://gopropeller.org/files/applications/2020_Impact_Accelerator_Overview.pdf#page=2
GrantWatch ID#: 189857
A maximum of twenty (20) ventures (for-profit and/or non-profit) will be selected for this year’s cohort.
Four-month program: July 15 - November 20, 2020
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: http://www.tfaforms.com/397358?programclassID=a170H000009devw
Schedule a time for a consultation with the team: http://calendly.com/programs-4035/impact-accelerator-office-hours?month=2020-05
If you have any questions while submitting your application, contact email@example.com or reach out to Program Coordinator, Melissa Alba. at 504.867.9099.
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