Charity Entrepreneurship is a research and training program that incubates multiple effective charities annually.
Charity Entrepreneurship aims to strengthen the NGO sector by launching multiple new charities annually based on effective altruist principles.
They achieve this through an extensive research process that identifies high-impact, evidence-based ways to reduce suffering and a cost-covered Incubation Program that helps aspiring entrepreneurs to launch these interventions. Their focus areas include health and development policy, mental health, family planning, animal advocacy, and EA Meta.
How they work:
So far, Charity Entrepreneurship has helped to launch 13 charities – 11 of these based on their research. These charities have already fundraised over $3M and been recognized by top grantmakers like GiveWell, EA Funds and Open Philanthropy. For example, Suvita is helping over 200,000 caregivers in India, and Fortify Health has secured multiple GiveWell grants and has a 25% chance of joining their list of the world’s top charities.