Programs

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Planting the seeds for long lasting impact

40 Chances Programs advocate for the best ideas that seed sustainable, transformational change in accomplishing global food security. These programs will empower our next generation of leaders to develop market-based solutions to some of society’s most pressing challenges in the areas of poverty and hunger. 

Stay tuned as we develop our programs, which will provide unique opportunities to jumpstart your 40 Chances journey.

40 Chances Programs

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For High School Students

40 Chances Challenges

In partnership with the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, high school students across the country competed for innovation awards based on solutions they designed to combat local food insecurity. Meet the innovators!

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For College & Grad Students

National Agricultural Innovation Prize

In collaboration with the White House OSTP, the USDA, and UW-M, college and grad students nationally competed for over $200,000 in prizes for developing a food system innovation for the ag sector. Meet the innovators!

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For Students and Post Grads

40 Chances Fellows

In partnership with Tony Blair’s Africa Governance Initiative and the World Food Prize, individuals aged between 18 – 40 from around the world applied to be named a 40 Chances Fellow.

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For Start-Ups

40 Chances Seed Grants

In partnership with ASU’s Lodestar Center for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Innovation, social entrepreneurs and nonprofits applied for small grants to scale their innovative solutions.

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