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2018 Smithfield Veteran Entrepreneur Retreat Recap

This year, The Global Good Fund launched our Veteran's Leadership Program, in partnership with Smithfield Foods. Together, we've been able to provide personalized leadership development, executive mentorship, and targeted capital to invigorate the growth of six incredible vertan entrepeneurs.  "The goal of GGF is to accelerate the leadership ...

Posted by globalgoodfund on Nov. 7, 2018


Why Veterans Make Great entrepreneurs & how they benefit from our support

                                                                                                                          In a recent article published by the Coalition for Veteran Owned Business Misty Stutsman, author, states that “While 26 percent of Veterans want to start businesses, only 6 percent do.”  Some of the barriers to entrepreneurship for younger veterans include lack of contacts in the civilian community including the opportunity ...

Posted by globalgoodfund on Nov. 5, 2018


The Global Good Fund Origin Story

Most of us are familiar with the concept pay it forward - the idea that one good deed can start a ripple effect; perhaps the person you treat kindly will pay it forward by doing a good deed for someone else, sustaining a chain of small actions that amount to something ...

Posted by globalgoodfund on Oct. 31, 2018


fall 2018 Founders & Funders Dinner, San Francisco

If you're searching for the most diverse, innovative, and inspirational group of social entrepeneurs & investors in one city - San Francisco is the place!  In partnership with 2017 Fellow, Brittany Déjean of AbleThrive, we executed our second Founders-Funders Dinner at the amazing One Market Restaurant. Thank you to all ...

Posted by globalgoodfund on Oct. 18, 2018


SPRING 2018 Founders & Funders Dinner, Boston

On April 19, 2018, alongside 2017 Fellow, Phil Michaels, we hosted our first ever Founders-Funders dinner in Boston. We brought 25 brilliant young social innovators and seasoned investors together under one roof (at Trade Restaurant) for a night of food, drinks, networking, inspiration and collaboration. To top it off, John ...

Posted by globalgoodfund on Oct. 3, 2018


BECOMING A GLOBAL GOOD FUND FELLOW

HERE'S THE DEAL: We invest in leaders who invest in the world. Those who dedicate each and every day to helping others, who sometimes forget to prioritize themselves along the way. We want a relationship. We want social entrepreneurs who not only want us, but need us. That’s ...

Posted by globalgoodfund on Sept. 28, 2018


The 2018 Global Good Fund Community Retreat in Switzerland

This trip meant the world to me and I cherished every moment. It's incredibly rare to be able to put a pause on everything going on and spend three days surrounded by such an exceptional group of people. I found the experience to be revitalizing, inspiring, and just epic ...

Posted by globalgoodfund on Sept. 19, 2018


How To Create a Facebook Fundraiser

Thank you for helping us reach our Giving Tuesday goal:  $10 from 1,000 people to support more Fellows! ___ Below are step-by-step instructions to help you set up your #DonateSmall Facebook Fundraiser. We tried to make it quick, easy and fun to help us. Let's get started! Just ...

Posted by globalgoodfund on Sept. 12, 2018


What is #Giving Tuesday? What is #DonateSmall?

Last year, The Global Good Fund kicked off the holiday season with our Giving Tuesday campaign, coined #DonateSmall. THE CONCEPT:  We engaged people, particularly millenials, who were interested in donating to a cause, but may not have a lot to give. THE HOW:  Through Facebook Fundraisers, we showcased the ways ...

Posted by globalgoodfund on Sept. 11, 2018


the global good fund/bridge to health partnership

By: Emma Forte Sczudlo (Project Coordinator, Bridge to Health)       I believe that partnerships create possibilities. Successful people did not rise to the top on their own. Innovation stems from collaboration between intelligent people. Some of the world’s most pressing problems – poverty, hunger, illness – can be solved by benevolent acts ...

Posted by globalgoodfund on June 26, 2018