The Resolution Project, Inc.

Rating: 4.98 stars   46 reviews

Nonprofit Issues:

International, Philanthropy, Economic Development, Microfinance


1120 Avenue of the Americas 4th Floor New York NY 10036 USA


The Resolution Project, Inc. is a U.S. 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to fostering youth leadership development around the world through collaborative social entrepreneurship. Our Mission is to develop socially-responsible young leaders and empower them to make a positive impact today. 


Resolution currently has 28 Fellows on all 6 inhabited continents. Fellows have founded and lead ventures in diverse, high-impact fields such as education, healthcare, human rights, water resources, and sustainability.

Target demographics:

University Students, Professionals

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The Social Venture Challenge is an annual “social venture capital” competition, designed to identify and support teams of young people from around the world who offer strong solutions to pressing social issues.  Founded in conjunction with Ashoka, the SVC rewards outstanding innovation, initiative, and enterprise among participating venturers.  

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Rating: 5 stars  

For me, Resolution Project is a family more than just an organization. The day I became a Resolution Fellow, was one of the best days in my life. Their support, guidance and mentorship helped me to grow as a person and on a professional level. Without their support and guidance, Yang-Ward Foundation would not be in the same position as it is now, making difference in the lives of single-women of rural Nepal. The amount of support, networking and other opportunities that are provided by The Resolution Project is incredible.

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