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GOOD Maker Challenge: Vote for a Social Enterprise to Win $50,000 GOOD Maker Challenge: Vote for a Social Enterprise to Win $50,000

GOOD Maker Challenge: Vote for a Social Enterprise to Win $50,000

by GOOD Maker
June 4, 2013


This Maker Challenge is a collaboration between GOOD and Blake Mycoskie

Over the past month we put a call out to all dreamers and world-changers, asking them to tell us about their social impact business ideas in the Start Something That Matters GOOD Maker Challenge. Hundreds of applications came in from across the U.S. representing 42 states and Washington, D.C., which judges narrowed down to 30 submissions with the most potential for positive impact. 

From now to June 14 noon PT, those 30 submissions are up for voting by the community. Take a look at the submissions here and then vote for your favorite social enterprise idea.

The winner, who will be selected based on a combination of judging and your votes, will receive $50,000 to help jump start their entrepreneurial dreams.

Want to learn more about GOOD Maker? Drop us a line at maker@goodinc.com, sign up for our email list, or check out past and current funding opportunities.

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