NEW YORK, NY., January 27, 2022 / The Resolution Project and MSI Charitable Trust are pleased to announce the launch of a new partnership to support Resolution’s programs in Kenya and across sub-Saharan Africa. This partnership will enable Resolution to continue the vital work of providing resources to young African social entrepreneurs, empowering them to make long-lasting change in their communities.
“We believe in serving as catalysts to leapfrogging ideas that are innovative in nature. We are partnering with The Resolution Project because they drive sustainable impact and produce results in the lives of the marginalized around the world,” said Manu Shah, Chairman and CEO of MS International, Inc.
Resolution Fellows in Africa have continued to serve as community leaders on a wide variety of critical issues, from food insecurity and sustainable agriculture to equitable education and women’s healthcare. As the world continues to face an uncertain future, it has never been more important to continue lifting up young leaders who are beacons of hope in their communities. Resolution will identify 10-15 new Resolution Fellows and support 5-7 social ventures from across sub-Saharan Africa, as well as current Resolution Fellows, over a 12-month period. These ventures will focus on issues familiar to MSI Charitable Trust’s work, including preventive healthcare, education, and employment generation.
This partnership will also support Resolution’s Innovation Hubs, including the largest in Nairobi, Kenya, which fosters collaboration between Fellows and local communities through events and targeted opportunities. This additional investment will enable Resolution to provide a pathway to social impact for more passionate young people working to enact change.
“MSI Charitable Trust’s mission to give back to local communities is deeply intertwined with Resolution’s work to empower young leaders in communities around the world,” says George Tsiatis, CEO & Co-Founder of The Resolution Project. “We strongly believe that young people are uniquely positioned to change thousands of lives for the better if they can get started early. That change starts in their community and, thanks to MSI, dozens more communities in Kenya and across Sub-Saharan Africa will now receive direct support from their best and brightest young people who are looking to make a difference.”
About The Resolution Project
The Resolution Project works with young people to build a lifetime of impact, starting today. At the core of our work is the Resolution Fellowship, which provides seed funding and lifelong support to promising young leaders on the path of social entrepreneurship. We identify these leaders early on, help them launch their first social impact ventures, and stick with them as they grow. This proven model has supported the growth of over 600 Fellows across six continents and over 80 countries. Through Resolution, social entrepreneurs who are just starting out receive unmatched guidance and wisdom from a team of partners, volunteers, and innovative peers around the globe.
About the MSI Charitable Trust
MSI Charitable Trust believes in making sustainable impact with leapfrogging results. Their aim is to improve and strengthen the health, education, and wellness of communities we live and work in. They support causes such as early childhood education, healthcare and wellbeing, and employment generation. They partner with organizations to make a fundamental shift in the quality of life of individuals. With MSI’s community involvement they have been able to impact the lives of 1 million people in the USA and across the globe.
About M S International, Inc. (MSI)
Founded in 1975, MSI is a leading supplier of flooring, countertop, wall tile, and hardscaping products in North America. Headquartered in Orange, California, MSI also maintains over 30 state-of-the-art showroom and distribution centers across the U.S. and Canada. MSI’s product line includes an extensive offering of quartz, porcelain, ceramic, LVT, natural stone, and glass products imported from over 36 countries on six continents.
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