Applications for the Impact Accelerator Cohort V are now open!
They will close on May 8, 2023.
The OU Impact Accelerator is built on mentorship-based growth, nonprofit education, and early-stage funding for Jewish nonprofit founders with the next groundbreaking ideas. Each year, we choose 4-6 organizations to join our cohort which includes nonprofit curriculum, mentorship, and a grant of 10K. We are always looking for the greatest new nonprofits with the potential to transform the Jewish communal landscape.
The Impact Accelerator cohort will consist of ventures tackling the issue of affordability and economic empowerment. This includes (but is not limited to) ventures that address underlying issues regarding food and shelter instability, career assistance, high cost of tuition, tutoring, or special needs education, help to create financial literacy, financial assistance and coaching, and anything else that can ease the burden of the high cost of Jewish life.
For questions about the application process, please see our FAQ and reach out to Abigail Rochlin, email@example.com
The Impact Accelerator works with Orthodox nonprofit ventures who cater to the North American Jewish Community. The Accelerator selects ventures which provide goods and services to the Orthodox community in ways that are related to its unique cultural or religious needs and that might not otherwise be made available to the community. Preference will be given to ventures that:
Applications for Cohort V are now open.
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