Get your project funded!
Embark and RADIUS have partnered to provide funding in amounts ranging up to $2,000, depending on project size and budget, to SFU students. The Charles Chang Institute for Entrepreneurship has generously contributed an additional $2,500 for the final round of the 20/21 Seed Fund. We would like to thank them for their contribution and support of SFU students and the Social Innovation Seed Fund.
The Social Innovation Seed Fund aims to provide students access to early-stage financial support for projects, initiatives, programs, or processes intended to create positive social, economic, or environmental transformation for SFU and its communities.
The fund was created to unlock the potential and seed the development of social innovation projects by SFU students. It is also intended to contribute to the development of a robust social innovation landscape at the university, accelerating the development of sustainable innovations and student social innovators emerging from SFU.