Blossom Hill Foundation
DescriptionCreated by a former child of war from Tehran, Iran, the Foundation?s Fellowship Program supports social entrepreneurs who have developed an innovative approach, program, or product that positively impacts war-affected Middle Eastern communities, either in country or displaced due to conflict. Grants are awarded for innovative and solution-focused initiatives in technology, education, child development, and job training that create opportunity for conflict-affected children and help to break the cycle of violence that plagues their communities. Initiatives can take place in the Middle East (Afghanistan, Bahrain, Northern Cyprus, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syrian AR, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen) or another country where war refugee populations are prevalent and are the primary program beneficiaries. Fellows should demonstrate an ability to succeed and have a commitment to social change; present bold, innovative, and viable approaches that address an authentic need and have potential for exponential impact; and are accessible, responsive, articulate, proactive and take initiative to further expand their reach. Additional information can be found on the Web site.
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