Organisms for Transition

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  1. f500Active Element Foundation and Future500
    Funds stakeholder initiatives to support organisms that fight current environmental, social and economic issues. Watch their goals 2015 video here.
  2. ashokaAshoka
    To advance an Everyone a Changemaker world, where anyone can apply the skills of changemaking to solve complex social problems.
    To support social entrepreneurs who are leading and collaborating with changemakers, in a team of teams model that addresses the fluidity of a rapidly evolving society. Ashoka believes that anyone can learn and apply the critical skills of empathy, team work, leadership and changemaking to be successful in the modern world.
  3. Association for Global New Thought
     agntTo consciously bring forth the evolving human and an awakened world through the practice of universal spiritual principles and the energy of unconditional love.
    The goal of the Association for Global New Thought’s programs in spiritually guided activism is to support concerned and informed citizens in their emerging role as ethically motivated community leaders.
    Spiritually guided activism is a term pioneered by the Association for Global New Thought and like-minded organizations to describe individuals who are spiritually mature and believe that, from this worldview, we need to take action in our communities to create positive change in this nation and beyond.
    Watch the introductionary video here
  4. Awakening Earth
  5. Berkana Institute
  6. Bioneers
  7. Brande Foundation
  8. Buckminster Fuller Institute
  9. Center for a New American Dream
  10. Center for Partnership Studies
  11. Changemakers
    changemakersChallenges nourish changemakers who enter.Challenges are framed in partnerships with the worlds’ leading institutions. They are often the most visible part of a broader, multi-year, multi-million dollar commitment to changemaking. Challenges:

    • convene people and solutions to tackle seemingly intractable problems,
    • bring group support, visibility, and inspiration through structured exchanges between entrants, reviewers, and a broader group of experts, and
    • offer nuanced conversations that are grounded in analysis of leading social entrepreneurs’ models.
    • (Oh, and there are some prizes at the end too.)
  12. Companion Arts
  13. Educate Girls Globally
  14. Fetzer Institute
  15. Foundation for Global Community
  16. Free the Children
  17. Full Circle Fund
  18. Give us your poor (Homelessness)
  19. Global fund for women
  20. Global security Institute
  21. Global Youth Action Network
  22. Higher Ground for Humanity
  23. Hoffman Institute
  24. Hunger Project
  25. Institute for Noetic Sciences
  26. International Youth Foundation
  27. Jean Houston
  28. Kudirat Initiative for Democracy
  29. Landmark Education
  30. More than Money
  31. National Youth Advocacy Coalition (NYAC)
  32. Natural Step
  33. gratefulnessorg_logoNetwork for Grateful Living (ANGeL)
    Global network of individuals, organizations and communities exploring the transformative power of gratefulness in personal lives and as the core inspiration of sustainable activism in areas of universal concern, including interfaith work, social justice, economics, politics and ecology. Inspired by Brother David Steindl-Rast.
  34. New Dimensions World Broadcasting Radio
  35. Nine Gates Mystery School
  36. Pachamama Alliance
  37. Pioneers of Change
  38. Rachel’s Network
  39. Redefining Progress (Footprint)
  40. Rudolf Steiner Foundation
  41. Seva Foundation
  42. Simple Living
  43. Social Venture Network
  44. Soul of Money Foundation
  45. State of the World forum
  46. Sustainability Institute
  47. Transpartisan Center (Creative Philanthropy Associates)
  48. Women Donors Network
  49. Women’s Learning Partnership
  50. Youth Venture