Cocokind Impact Foundation

Enabling female founders to create social impact through business

The Cocokind Impact Foundation provides financial grants to female entrepreneurs in health, wellness, and sustainability industries who are focused on creating social impact through business. The Foundation is providing grants of $2,500 to $10,000 to enable female founders with the financial assistance needed to further their business and social impact.

Applicants must be women, US residents, and 18 years or older. Additionally, applicants must not have raised institutional capital yet. The Foundation’s goal is to help assist companies in the “pre-seed” stage. The female entrepreneurs must be focused on the health, wellness, or sustainability industries, and must also have a goal to create greater social impact through their business.

Interested in applying? Check out the application here.

Every grant awardee will receive:


-An initial one hour face-time session with members of the Cocokind Impact team to plan out executable steps once you receive your grant.


-A matched mentor. Cocokind will match you up with a mentor in their network who they believe can have the greatest impact on your business. Mentors include:


Elizabeth Stein: Founder of Purely Elizabeth
John Foraker: Co-Founder & CEO of Once Upon A Farm
Samantha Abrams: Co-Founder, President, and Head of Marketing of Emmy’s Organics
Jason Wachob: Founder & CEO of mindbodygreen
Julie Nguyen: CEO & Co-Founder of Methodology
Justin Trout: COO & Co-Founder of Health-Ade LLC
Sujean Lee: COO of Milk Bar Bakery
Elisa Marshall: Co-Founder of Maman
Joel Warady: General Manager & Chief Sales & Marketing Officer of Enjoy Life Foods
Nicole Cogan: Founder of NOBREAD
James Higa: Executive Director at Philanthropic Ventures Foundation, Mentor in Residence at Index Ventures, and Former Senior Director, Office of the CEO Apple Inc.
Rachel Krupa: Founder of Krupa Consulting


-You’ll be featured on the Cocokind Impact website, Cocokind Social Media channels, and you and your business will have access to their PR network when you win the grant and become a “Woman of Impact” in the foundation.



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