Support Young Social Entrepreneurs in Australia: Vibewire Hub
Vibewire has four days left to secure the funding that will provide three new startups with complete scholarships and access to the resources that they need for successful launches!
Vibewire is a community hub, dedicated to ideas and action, that offers the resources and the space for startup organizations to work on their business plans, to begin to engage those interested in their work, and lay the groundwork for future success.
The campaign, Support Young Social Entrepreneurs, will provide necessary office space, resources, and mentoring support, giving the startups the ability to grow and develop into successful ventures.
Vibewire decided, based on experiences working in the entrepreneurship sector in Australia, to help three startups focused on very important issues.
- Green living and sustainable design
- Open learning and education
- Mental health issues focused on young people
Vibewire has already gained the support of 25 backers, but needs your help to first make it to the tipping point of $3,000 and then to the ultimate total funding goal of $6,000!
Meeting the $3,000 mark will allow Vibewire to support its three new startups for a total of three months—free of cost to the social innovators. However, meeting the $6,000 goal will allow the three startups stay and work at Vibewire for a total of six months each.
Six months gives innovative startups the time to solidify their ideas, get involved in the community, and create the foundations for the important work they aim to accomplish. The beginning months are a very important time in the life of a startup, and you have the opportunity to support Vibewire’s exciting initiative to offer these groups access to the resources they need. If this campaign inspires you, consider becoming a backer and spreading it throughout your social networks on Twitter and Facebook—let’s get this campaign over its tipping point!
I am currently an MPA student at the University of Pennsylvania, with a focus on Nonprofit Administration. My experiences as a social worker and a teacher in the Philadelphia School District have not only made education reform my passion, but have also led me to create a start-up nonprofit organization, Library Build, which is dedicated to revitalizing and restocking public school libraries with books, technologies, and librarians. You can follow on my blog, The Start Up.
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