#Warmplace Fellowship works in the format of an annual competition and screening process. Our approach is highly selective - we run 1 cycle of screening per year, choosing not more than few applications submitted by our peers. It's important to mention that your application MUST be belong to one of the following categories: Creative Ventures & Art, Social Change & Socialpreneurship, Minorities & Underrepresented Communities. If you want to nominate your application for Fellowship 2017 or get compensation for participation in the accelerator, please accurately read the guidelines and fill out a form.
WelkerMedia Foundation grants limited amount of projects that were featured by our selection committee. Awards include:
Our awards and fellowships are exclusive to young creatives in the fields of Social Change & Socialpreneurship, Creative Ventures & Art. To be eligible, applicants must identify as persons under 25 years.
The Selection Process
Our selection committee is formed from a group of community councils, WelkerMedia staff, and external experts. The committee reviews all applications submitted within the specific period and evaluates each project based on a number of criteria.
Grants & Funding
WelkerMedia Foundation is a designated fund that provides grants up to $15.000 based on donations from WelkerMedia Inc., external organizations, our community members and other donors. If you want to support our initiatives and help a new generation of creatives and digital activists make a step forward, please reach our team
WelkerMedia Foundation also provides custom funding options up to $100.000 based on investments from WelkerMedia Inc., external funds, co-investors and partners. If you want to join our partner list and get an access to exclusive early-stage projects, please reach our funding team.
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