Grants for Greater Good FAQ
Orgain’s Grants for Greater Good program is aimed at supporting mission-driven start-up businesses that are aligned with Orgain’s mission of helping people lead healthy, vibrant lives. Through this program, which is accepting applications through April 30, 2020, Orgain will select three small companies to each receive a $50,000 grant to help them thrive.
Orgain is a mission-driven business that has grown tremendously since it was founded by Dr. Andrew Abraham. Dr. Abraham has witnessed first-hand how a business that is founded on the intention of helping people achieve greater health can change lives, and now he would like to 'pay it forward' to other mission-driven start-ups. The goal of Grants for Greater Good is to help small businesses change lives for the better by awarding grants that will enable them to bring their services and products to more people.
In order to apply for an Orgain Grant for Greater Good, applicant businesses must align with Orgain’s mission of helping people live healthy, vibrant lives by providing products or services in one of the following categories: Nutrition, Active Lifestyle, or Mindfulness. In addition, applicant companies must be: Innovative and scalable; Legally registered and operating in the United States; 2 years or older since founded; Employing 15 employees or less; Willing to share their story and stay engaged with Orgain; Agreeable to the Terms & Conditions of the Orgain Grants for Greater Good Program.
The application deadline is April 30, 2020 and the application is very straightforward. To apply, visit https://www.orgain.com/pages/grants-for-greater-good-application and answer all of the required questions in the application form.
If you are an entrepreneur managing a small, mission-driven business that aligns with Orgain’s values, and if a grant of $50,000 will help grow your business, you should consider applying for one of our grants. Our hope is to bolster start-up businesses who share our mission to support healthy, vibrant lives and are specifically focused on nutrition, active lifestyles, or mindfulness.
Each legally registered business entity can apply one (1) time.
For this grant program, all applicants must be legally registered business entities within the United States.
In addition to answering several questions about your business through our application form, we are also asking applicants to record a short video and share a link to the video, type in or upload business plan details, and type in or upload product ingredients, if applicable.
Yes. The advantage of applying earlier is that, if you have any questions during the application process, you can contact us to get answers. If you wait until the deadline of April 30, 2020, we may not have time to respond to questions you have. However, all applications that are completed and submitted by 11:59PM Pacific Time on April 30, 2020 will be given equal consideration regardless of what time they were submitted.
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