To support Enterprise Development Corporation of South Florida, which will establish a hub in Miami's greater downtown and provide expanded entrepreneurial support services including counseling, access to mentors and connection to funders.
To support the Venture Law Project, which aims to provide free legal services to early stage entrepreneurs by assessing and referring cases to a pipeline of pro bono attorneys and coordinating legal clinics, seminars and workshops across greater Miami.
To support Miami's first Mini-Maker Faire, which will be held in the Wynwood Arts District and is an all-ages gathering of tech enthusiasts, crafters, tinkerers, hobbyists, engineers, and artists who come to show what they've made and share what they've learned.
To support the expansion and modernization of entrepreneurship education in Greater Miami public schools by helping Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship launch the Digital Classroom Initiative in ten classrooms.
As a way to empower South Floridians, Florida Pro Se Mobile will create a mobile app that helps low income residents understand basic legal procedures.
To support the Miami Foundation's use of online giving technologies for two years in order to raise their community profile and engage new donors.
To support the immediate start of operations of the Wynwood Business Improvement District, ensuring greater impact and uninterrupted leadership of the BID prior to the initial receipt of assessment revenues in 2014.
To support the launch of Awesome Foundation in Miami through efforts that heighten community awareness of the organization and increase the number of $1,000 monthly micro-grants awarded to applicants in South Florida.
To create an annual, invitation-only, technology-focused conference that positions Miami as a hub for the exchange of ideas between approximately 500 top technology experts, entrepreneurs and thought leaders from Europe, US, and Latin America.
To support Ashoka's Youth Venture, which seeks to enable and inspire young entrepreneurs by providing the skills, training and mentorship to launch and sustain entrepreneurial projects seeking social impact in Miami.
A planning grant for La Raza to work with financial institutions to develop low-cost loan options for naturalization application fees.
To restructure and strengthen the only public archive dedicated to the preservation of history and culture of black South Florida from 1896 to the present.