Announcing a New Track for the Social Innovator Accelerator

"Ensuring Long-term Success for Young People with Disabilities" supported by the Edith M. Ashley Fund at the Boston Foundation
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The Social Innovation Forum is excited to announce an additional social issue track for the 2019 Social Innovator Accelerator. Nominations and applications are now being accepted for the eighth track, “Ensuring Long-term Success for Young People with Disabilities,” supported by the Edith M. Ashley Fund at the Boston Foundation.

We are accepting applications from eligible small to mid-sized organizations, with budgets between $100,000 - $2 million, working to support successful transitions to adulthood for young people with physical disabilities. An information session specifically for this track will be hosted on Monday, August 13 from 9:00-10:30 am. The application process for this track will be expedited. For more details, please visit socialinnovationforum.org/apply.
*Please note: the application process for all other tracks is closed.

To apply for the "Ensuring Long-term Success for Young People with Disabilities" track:

  1. Read through our Applicant Guide to determine if your organization is a good "fit" for our Social Innovator Accelerator, which provides access to cash and in-kind benefits valued at $150,000 over the course of 24 months.
  2. Fill out our quick online nomination form (self-nominations are welcome!). You can also call us at 617.492.2305 to submit nominations over the phone.
  3. You will then receive a link to the online application portal, after which you can create an account and complete the online application. Applications for this track will be accepted on a rolling basis until Thursday, August 30 at 5:00 pm.
  4. Early submissions are strongly encouraged.
     

Want to learn more about the Social Innovator Accelerator? Please click here for more information about this year's accelerator, including eligibility requirements and more information about this track.