Social Innovator Accelerator Nomination Form

The Social Innovation Forum provides a unique opportunity for innovative nonprofits to gain visibility, expand their networks, and build capacity.
As of July 28, we are excited to announce the addition of a new social issue track to our Social Innovator Accelerator this year. Though applications on our seven other tracks are closed, we are now accepting nominations and applications on our eighth track, "Ensuring Long-term Success for Young People with Disabilities", supported by  Edith M. Ashley Fund at the Boston Foundation. For more information on the application process, requirements, and benefits please visit www.socialinnovationforum.org and review our Social Innovator Accelerator Applicant Guide.

To be considered for the Social Innovator Accelerator, organization leaders must be nominated, or nominate themselves, via this nomination form. Within one business day, the nominee will receive an email with a link to the application and further instructions.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at team@socialinnovationforum.org or 617.492.2305.

Nomination Information

Would you like to nominate anonymously? *

For anonymous nominations, contact information is for SIF internal use only and will not be shared.

Are you nominating another organization or your own organization? *

Nominator Information

Please provide the following information for yourself:

Who are you nominating? *

Nominee Information

Please provide the following information for the leader of the program/organization you are nominating:

Please use the official name of the organization.

Organization Mailing Address

Social Issue Track-HIDDEN *

For the 2019 program year, we will select one nonprofit Social Innovator for each of the eight 2018 – 2019 "social issue tracks." Please select the track below which you believe most closely aligns to the organization you are nominating.

It is possible to apply on more than one track if your organization fits both track descriptions. If you believe this is the case, please contact us at team@socialinnovationforum.org or 617.492.2305.
 

Social Issue Track *