Accelerate Change

Nonprofit

Boston, MA, USA • https://acceleratechange.org/

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Mission

Lever for Change Stronger Democracy Awardee
In the last decade, Accelerate Change has evolved from a scrappy incubator for new ventures to a full-fledged media lab that has helped develop some of the largest nonprofit media ventures in the country. We scale and invest in emergent and established cultural media properties, build influencer networks, run a digital media lab, and drive civic engagement campaigns.
The Stronger Democracy Award is a competition to identify bold solutions addressing systemic barriers and advancing structural reforms in three key areas of U.S. democracy: Voting and elections, policymaking, and civic engagement. The Award is managed by Lever for Change, a nonprofit affiliate of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation that uses open and transparent competitions to help donors identify and fund high-impact solutions for significant societal challenges.
Funding Opportunities • A gift of $1 million enables the Civic Revolution partners to add over 420,000 mobile messaging subscribers and reach millions more through influencer networks and social media channels. • A gift of $5 million enables the Civic Revolution partners to add over 1 million mobile messaging subscribers and add three new partners targeting Native, youth, and local media audiences.

Communities Served

United States

Service Range

National

Founded

2018

EIN info

82-3400062

Total Revenue info

$4,733,282

Total Expenses info

$8,142,412

Net Assets info

$2,758,920

Sponsors info

Lever for Change

Sourced from IRS Form 990 (2020)

Communities Served

United States

Service Range

National

Founded

2018

EIN info

82-3400062

Total Revenue info

$4,733,282

Total Expenses info

$8,142,412

Net Assets info

$2,758,920

Sponsors info

Lever for Change

Sourced from IRS Form 990 (2020)

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