The social problems faced today are more complex and intersectional than ever before. Their ability to be solved relies on changemakers who are ready and able to take the lead on tackling them.
The Morgridge Acceleration Program (MAP) identifies individuals with a passion for social innovation, then invests in their ability to achieve profound impact. Through funding, mentorship, network connections, and curriculum, MAP equips participants to tangibly contribute to a better world.
Since 2018, more than 50 individuals have joined MAP’s community. While the commitment of time and resources varies between programs; MAP Project48, the MAP Fellowship, and the MAP Summit Grants achieve similar objectives. They each unlock leadership potential, build sustainable solutions to a problem facing a nonprofit organization, and facilitate social capital between participants. MFF’s research proves this to be true. Wilson, ES. (2020). Evaluation of the MAP Fellowship Program. Morgridge Family Foundation.