Charity Entrepreneurship is a research and training programme that incubates multiple effective charities annually. Its Incubated Charities Fund provides seed grant funding for its most promising charities.
Charity Entrepreneurship aims to strengthen the nonproit sector by launching multiple new charities annually based on effective altruist principles.
It achieves 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 launch these interventions.
How it works:
Donations to this Fund will be granted directly to Charity Entrepreneurship's incubated charities. Charity Entrepreneurship's focus areas include health and development policy, mental health, family planning, and animal advocacy, and EA meta.
As of 2022, Charity Entrepreneurship has helped to launch 23 charities. These charities have already fundraised over $20 million USD and been recognised by top grantmakers like GiveWell, EA Funds, and Open Philanthropy. For example:
Charity Entrepreneurship meets our criteria to be listed on our platform because:
All the above mean that we believe Charity Entrepreneurship meets our criteria as an organisation doing "highly promising work in a high-impact cause area, but hasn’t been evaluated yet." See our inclusion criteria.
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