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6th Jan 2009


Hub Culture is committed to elevating social progress through collaboration.

As such, certain non-profits, projects and causes deserve special support from the network.

Tackling the world's toughest issues requires new forms of cooperation.
Hub Culture enables socially-conscious organizations to engage in wider collaboration both offline and online.
In addition to financial support for global causes through Ven, Hub Culture manages the Ven Prize and the Everest Award, which reward projects in the community geared around social good. The Ven Prize is announced in September of each year, and the Everest Award in May - both involve the provision of Ven to the winners.
Do you work for one of the organizations below? If so, you are invited to enjoy complimentary access to Hub Culture Pavilions and our online tools. If your organization has a social purpose, get in touch to see how Hub can help.
These are just a few global organizations tackling tough issues and enabling mass collaboration toward solutions for the earth and humanity. Check them out, and do what you can do.
Ashoka Innovators for the Public

Amnesty International

Blue Legacy


Doctors Without Borders

Food for the Poor


Global Grassroots

Habitat for Humanity

HandsOn Network

Human Rights Watch

IFRC, Red Cross & Red Crescent

Make-a-Wish Foundation

Mercy Corps

National Audubon Foundation

The Nature Conservancy
The Studer Trust


World Land Trust


World Wildlife Fund