Join us for the 2016 Social Innovator Showcase!

Hear eight of greater Boston’s most innovative nonprofits pitch their solutions to our community’s toughest social issues
May 18, 2016
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
MIT Media Lab
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Join over 350 businesspeople, philanthropists, and community leaders to hear eight of greater Boston’s most innovative nonprofits pitch their solutions to our community’s toughest social issues. The Social Innovation Forum’s 13th annual Social Innovator Showcase, modeled after a venture capital forum, will highlight our eight 2016 Social Innovators for potential investors and spark conversations about the best approaches to develop and spread innovation.

This event is intended for those interested in supporting the 2016 Social Innovator cohort as potential funders, mentors, or connectors. Purchase your tickets today.

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2016 Social Innovators
African Community Education Program
Youth Development: Revitalizing Cities Beyond Boston 
Track Sponsor: Amelia Peabody Foundation
Budget Buddies
Overcoming Barriers to Education, Employment, and Economic Self-Sufficiency for Women and Girls
Track Sponsor: A Women & Girls Funding Collaborative*

Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association of Greater Lowell
Revitalizing the City of Lowell through Community Leadership, Economic Opportunities, and Cultural Enrichment
Track Sponsor: Theodore Edson Parker Foundation and Greater Lowell Community Foundation

Dorchester Community Food Co-op
Addressing Food Insecurity by Increasing Access to Healthy and Affordable Food 
Track Sponsor: Cabot Family Charitable Trust

Hale Reservation
Utilizing Open Spaces and Natural Resources for Public Benefit 
Track Sponsor: Highland Street Foundation

Louis D. Brown Peace Institute
Anything Goes: Innovative, Effective, and Sustainable Approaches to Our Region’s Toughest Social Issues 
Track Sponsor: Boston Open Impact**

Massachusetts Coalition for Occupational Safety & Health
Engaging, Educating, and Empowering Citizens in the Political Process 
Track Sponsor: Bess Family Foundation

Mental Health: Increasing Quality Care through Community-Based and Wraparound Services for Vulnerable Populations 
Track Sponsor: The Fish Family Foundation

*A Women and Girls Funding Collaborative: The Anna B. Stearns Foundation, The Miriam Fund, The Story Exchange, United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley, and Womenade Boston
** Boston Open Impact: Jeffrey and Kim Kushner, Andrew and Suzanne Offit, Robert and Amy Rands, Steven and Ellen Segal, Howard and Candice Wolk

Thank You To Our Event Sponsors!

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