Fast Forward and its startups are already redefining what tech entrepreneurs look like: people without financial ambitions who truly have a chance at making the world a better place through technology.
Fast Forward provides workshops, mentoring and $25,000 in seed money to a cohort of tech non-profits.
Fast Forward also pulled together a roster of advisors and mentors that’s sure to make any tech startup envious.
Silicon Valley wants to save the world by investing in nonprofits as if they were startups
With these kinds of innovations targeted at vulnerable populations, the demos constituted a starkly different scene than tech events with fancy gadgets and expensive software. This was Silicon Valley with a heart.
Fast Forward alumni nonprofits have impacted 4.7 million lives, and raised $16 million in charitable funding after the accelerator.