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Praxis is a creative engine for redemptive entrepreneurship, supporting founders, funders, and innovators motivated by their faith to renew culture and love their neighbors. Our community of practice operates through high-touch programs, robust content, and a global portfolio of redemptive business & nonprofit ventures.
1MISSION is a community development organization giving people in poverty the opportunity to earn a house by serving their community. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit with offices in Phoenix, 1MISSION has programs in Mexico, El Salvador, and Nicaragua. Since 2008, more than 630 families have earned safe, secure homes by serving a combined 100,000+ hours through initiatives like community gardens, health programs, and job skills training. Thanks to a committed group of individuals and institutions that cover U.S. operating costs, 100% of public donations go directly to projects and programs in the field, ensuring even greater impact in the communities we serve.
At Acivilate, we believe in Second Chances. We’re on a mission to change how criminal justice works. Our mobile platform empowers people to get the help they need to stay out of trouble. Peer mentors can provide good guidance and service providers can understand who needs encouragement and who needs to be reminded of the consequences of their actions. Acivilate bridges the gaps between corrections and community supervision, social services and community-based organizations, and makes it easier for them to help returning citizens who are determined to change their lives.
Act is a Christian non-profit that exists to make neighborhood safety a normal reality for everyone. To do this, we equip underserved residents to fight crime on their street using the justice system. Act currently serves multiple neighborhoods in the Dallas/Fort Worth region and is positioned for state and national expansion. The organization operates as a 501(c)3 with 20+ full-time employees and a $3.2 million annual budget. We value building a team that is committed to diversity, equity & inclusion.
Adventure Clubs is the essential app for finding, enjoying and creating epic childhood adventures. The free app offers an à la carte menu of adventures for families choose from. Adventuring is so much fun that families quickly make it a lifestyle - an indispensable part of their family’s lives. It’s more than just an app - it’s a lifestyle of community and intentional parenting. Adventure Clubs is on Google Play and the App Store.
The African Philanthropy Forum (APF) is a strong and vibrant community of givers who through their strategic investments, partnerships, and influence, foster inclusive and sustainable development on the African Continent.
The Akilah Institute is changing the face of education in emerging markets - with a specific emphasis on women. We have launched our first campus in Kigali, Rwanda, and have expansions across Africa and Asia planned for the near future. We work closely with our partners in government, civil society, and the private sector to deliver a curriculum that prepares our graduates to move directly into professional careers and leadership roles. We focus on three of the fastest-growing industries today: business management and entrepreneurship, hospitality management, and information systems. Our results prove the value of our model: 88% of our graduates secure employment within 6 months of graduating, and earn, on average, 12x the national median income.
AlgoPay is an e-wallet that enables the unbanked in the Middle East to safely store their money online and access it in any country. We partner with local businesses to operate as human ATMs, emphasizing accessibility for the world's most underserved, unbanked populations.
Alter finds high-growth ventures in emerging tech ecosystems led by high-character founders who are not only building their companies, they are building their countries. We match them with talent, expertise, and investments from the world's most prolific entrepreneurial ecosystem, Silicon Valley. Since 2015, we've partnered with 25 exceptional tech ventures across 14 countries in Asia, Africa, and the Americas.
Regardless of tribe, religion, family name, or origin, Amani Global Works aims to increase health of a region by providing the preventive and emergency care for a community in need, and then creating a template of care that can replicated throughout the continent. AGW values the importance of accessible healthcare for all communities on the island of Idjwi by focusing on maternal healthcare, child healthcare and malnutrition as well as other factors that contribute directly to the regionâ€™s health crisis such as education and transportation.