The Global Good Fund, founded by Carrie Rich in 2012, provides leadership development services for social entrepreneurs and a $10,000 grant. Each fellow is paired with an executive coach and a C-suite business executive, who serve as mentors throughout the 12-month program.
To be eligible for The Global Good Fund’s competitive program, the fellow’s organization needs to address one of the following urgent social issues: health, education, environment, financial inclusion, and economic mobility. Sid’s being awarded the fellowship shows that our cause of bettering financial equity & inclusion through an employer-incentivized savings benefit fits into The Global Good Fund’s vision of a better world.
You can check out the listing of their fellows at the link below.