Our work can’t happen without partners, ranging from governments to corporations to foundations.
Some of our key support comes from:
Partners: Let’s Build a Program Together
Here are a few examples of problem-centric programs we ran with partners!
The City of Denver
Charting the course from food deserts to food access
City of Denver wants to eradicate food deserts
1 in 6 households in Denver, Colorado live in low-income areas with no access to fresh, affordable, and healthy food
Together, launch Uncharted Food Access
Our goal is to increase access to affordable, healthy food in low-income neighborhoods and curb food insecurity
Charting the course from urban poverty to urban transformation
Rockefeller Foundation wants to improve U.S. cities
Rockefeller Foundation has been around for over 100 years, and was looking for a new way to approach the recurring problems our cities face
Together, build Future Cities Accelerator
This program pulls together world-class mentors, capital partners, and promising ventures, all focused on innovative solutions for vulnerable populations in U.S. cities