Our Partners

 
 

Wendland-Cook Program in Religion and justice at Vanderbilt Divinity School

The Wendland Cook Program in Religion and Justice is concerned with the relationship between religion and matters of economic and ecological justice.

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Turner Family Center for SOcial Ventures at Vanderbilt owen school of management

The Turner Family Center for Social Ventures is a Vanderbilt University graduate student-led organization committed to alleviating poverty through market-driven forces and enterprise.

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Center for entrepreneurship and economic development at tennessee state university

CEED coordinates the entrepreneurship efforts of the University, Incubation Center and Small Business Development Center (SBDC) to respond to the needs of the University and the community.

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US Federation of Worker Cooperatives

The USFWC represents over 200 business and organizational members representing over 6,000 worker–owners across the country: worker co-ops, democratic workplaces and various organizations and individuals that support worker cooperatives.

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Turner Family Community Enterprise Clinic at vanderbilt law school

The Turner Family Community Enterprise Clinic allows students to represent small businesses and nonprofit organizations in a range of transactional matters.

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Cincinnati Union Cooperative Initiative (CUCI)

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1worker/1vote

1worker1vote is building a national network of hybrid, shared ownership, regional and municipal ecosystems starting with unionized worker-owned cooperative businesses to overcome structural inequalities of opportunity, mobility, and income.

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Village Foundation (Supporter)

The Village Fund is a nonprofit foundation and the charitable arm of Village Real Estate Services. It provides grants to organizations helping to enrich and strengthen Nashville neighborhoods. The Village Fund focuses on four areas of giving: housing, community, environment & smart growth and the arts.

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