We are excited to be sharing the launch of Wiase Fellowship™, a cohort-based program to accelerate changemakers driving innovation to make cities and communities smarter.
We are preparing to roll out of our program to 760+ projects curated by Regenerosity, a Buckminster Fuller Institute Initiative, in January 2021 with a focus on food shortage. Our theme around food shortage is a pressing matter affecting underserved communities around the world.
Regenerosity has a strong focus on India and East Africa, which represent emerging markets in need of our support. We seek to leverage the research being deployed in these regions to solve systemic issues with food systems in urban cities across the United States, such as Los Angeles, Chicago, and Atlanta. We are striving to meet the needs of UN SDG(Sustainable Development Goal) #11, smart cities and communities.
We invite you to become a donor to Wiase Foundation, a fiscally sponsored fund, to support our Wiase Fellowship™ program. As a donor, you will be contributing to a charitable grant, awarded to Buckminster Fuller Institute, and other program-related expenses.
All donations are tax-deductible under IRS code 501(c)3. We are using the dollars you give to drive innovation in regenerative agriculture for both urban and rural areas around the world including the United States of America. The total budget for our program is $500,000, which is being allocated through the Wiase Foundation. You play a significant role in our initiative.
DISCLAIMER STATEMENT: Wiase Foundation ("WF”) is operating through DE C corporation using a fiscal sponsorship with Players Philanthropy Fund (Federal Tax ID:27-6601178), a Maryland charitable trust with federal tax-exempt status as a public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to WF are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.