Congratulations to our 2014 Prize Winners!
WJF Chuck Dell Prize for Sustainable Business
2nd Place3rd Place
Agri-Tech Producers, LLC
NextGen Finalists (Sponsored by the Tecovas Foundation)
Richard Heinberg Environmental Sustainability Prizes (Sponsored by the Foundation for a Sustainable Future)
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Formerly known as William James Foundation, Mentor Capital Network is strengthening the global social enterprise community, championing triple bottom line values, and leveraging the success of mentors to forge new successes.
Since 2002, over 1,000 volunteer mentors have invested $3 million of Mentor Capital in more than 800 for-profit social enterprises. The result: over 450 for-profit enterprises have been launched, creating thousands of jobs and positively impacting the lives of millions of people.
Meet Mentor Capital Network. We are a network of people who build, manage, run, study, support, invest in and love for-profit sustainable businesses.
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Mentor Capital Network is a 501(c)3 nonprofit. Our work would not be possible without the financial support of our Members and Sponsors. Special thanks to our Major Sponsors: Halloran Philanthropies, The Tecovas Foundation, and Chuck Dell and our Sponsors: Josh Mailman, The Foundation for a Sustainable Future, The Eileen Fisher Community Foundation, The Acacia Fund, and the Ander B. Gandi Charitable Fund.
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Malô creates affordable, culturally appropriate rice-based products in Mali that enhance the health of mothers, children, and the planet.
"The feedback by far is the most comprehensive, detailed feedback we've had, and we have participated in a lot of competitions. And the fact that [mentors] are willing to have you follow up with them is great."
Read more from Malo Co-Founder Salif Romano Niang
Building a bicycle industry in Mozambique.
"The cycling gang was really fun since we got to meet other social entrepreneurs out there using bicycles for their innovative solutions. We’re already helping each other get connected to some other potentially helpful industry players."
Read our full chat with Co-founder, Lauren Thomas