These organizations were honored in the inaugural Unfunded List of 2015. The Unfunded List provides feedback and advice to grant proposals. Proposal writers and social changemakers can submit their work to Unfunded List, which then shares it with a hand selected team of evaluators that provide their candid and helpful feedback on how to improve. Each organization that submitted a proposal to our initial round of submissions received feedback, but the following organizations impressed our evaluators the most.
Your proposal or idea could be featured on our official List if you submit it to Unfunded List for feedback from our Evaluation Committee. You will receive feedback and advice that can help your organization or mission, and have the possibility of being featured on our official List of underfunded ideas that deserve attention and recognition.
You can also join our Evaluation Committee to give feedback and advice to other proposals and hone your skills and knowledge of the philanthropy world in our Library of Philanthropy Education.
The Accountability Lab operates as an incubator for creative individuals and organizations to build innovative ideas for integrity in their communities, using arts, media, culture and technology.
Girls Health Ed is a volunteer-based organization that works to address the two interconnected issues of girls’ health and education by delivering health education programming to low-income girls and young women between the ages of 8 and 17.
ORGANIZE is simplifying the donor registration process. They have built the country’s first-ever centralized registry, currently facilitating donor registrations in all 52 states (including DC and Puerto Rico).