Since 2014, Halcyon’s fellowships for early-stage social entrepreneurs have provided space, community, and access to over 250 fellows – infusing support at a critical juncture where many impact-driven startups fail.
Halcyon takes no equity from ventures at the time of their fellowship, but we know that funding gaps disproportionately impact social enterprise founders, women founders, and founders of color. So we stepped into the investing space.
Official Black Wall StreetOfficial Black Wall Street is a digital platform and app connecting consumers to Black-owned businesses while giving Black entrepreneurs the resources and exposure needed to thrive.
Once Upon a FarmOnce Upon a Farm is based on the concept that high quality, nutritious baby food should be a right, not a privilege. The company currently offers a portfolio of twelve organic, cold-pressed, ready-to-eat baby food pouches, as well as three applesauce varieties.
ThimbleThimble is an online academy that helps students boost their engineering, coding, and technology skills through virtual classes.
IncarciCareFounded by Yasmine Ahmad, IncarciCare allows loved ones of people who are incarcerated, living in transitional housing, or residing in domestic violence survivor homes to send care packages.
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Halcyon's work is made possible through the support of a community of mentors, advisors, partners, and donors who believe our fellows, and the ecosystems they work in, have the power to drive the world forward. Our supporters know that especially for demographics that are traditionally under-resourced in these spaces, the right support at the right time can be the thing that makes a sustainable and scalable career possible. We hope you’ll join us.