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Uncharted

Uncharted tackling economic inequality

Uncharted

Uncharted is a social impact accelerator that supports early-stage ventures tackling economic inequality in America. We run accelerator programs that are fixed-term, cohort-based, and mentorship-driven. These programs are open to social ventures, nonprofits, movement builders, advocacy organizations, coalitions, and hybrid models.

Our focus on empowering organizations to solve systemic challenges in the U.S is Uncharted living by its values and taking the long view. If we want to create a more diverse and inclusive entrepreneurial ecosystem a big part of that is solving the systemic issues that have created barriers for many. That is why we focus on tackling economic inequality.

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Uncharted was nominated with a donation from an anonymous donor. Make a gift of any amount and the Techstars Foundation will match 20% of what you and many others give! You are key to supporting underrepresented entrepreneurs. Learn more about Accelerate Equity

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Uncharted Tackling Economic Inequality
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