Creating a generation of socially responsible young leaders.

Creating a generation of socially responsible young leaders.

The Resolution Project funds, mentors, and supports young people who have innovative ideas to improve their home communities.

Always The First to Fund
In 2013, The Resolution Project awarded $1,500 in seed funding to Kristina Saffran and her co-founders. Today, their venture, Project HEAL, is the largest nonprofit serving individuals with eating disorders in the USA.
Always The First to Believe
In 2015, Christelle Kwizera applied to become a Resolution Fellow. After joining Resolution's global community of changemakers, she launched her venture, Water Access Rwanda, and is now on track to provide clean water to 10 million people across Africa.
Tomorrow's Leaders Today
Annie Ryu became a Resolution Fellow in 2013 and was immediately paired with two professional mentors. Her venture, The Jackfruit Company, now works with 1,000 farmer families in Southern India to provide Jackfruit products to 9,000 retailers across the U.S.
Young Leaders Now
In 2011, Vidit Aatrey pitched his first venture, Pledge, to Resolution judges. After winning the Fellowship, Vidit went on the launch his second venture, Meesho, which is now the number one social commerce platform in India and is valued at $600 million.
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Young Leaders Now

In 2011, Vidit Aatrey pitched his first venture, Pledge, to Resolution judges. After winning the Fellowship, Vidit went on to launch his second venture, Meesho, which is now the number one social commerce platform in India and is valued at a total of $600 million.

Tomorrow’s Leaders Today

Annie Ryu became a Resolution Fellow in 2013 and was immediately paired with two professional mentors. Her venture, The Jackfruit Company, now works with 1,000 farmer families in Southern India to provide Jackfruit products to 9,000 retailers across the U.S.

Always The First to Believe

In 2015, Christelle applied to become a Resolution Fellow. After joining Resolution’s global community of changemakers, she launched her venture Water Access Rwanda and is now on track to provide clean water to 10 million people across Africa.

Always The First to Fund

In 2013, The Resolution Project awarded $1,500 in seed funding to Kristina Saffran and her co-founders. Today, their venture, Project HEAL, is the largest nonprofit serving individuals with eating disorders in the USA.
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