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United Way of Tarrant County’s KERNEL selects 8 semi-finalists

Written by FWD501cReporter

United Way of Tarrant County’s KERNEL program announced in a Facebook post that it has selected eight semi-finalists for the 2018 KERNEL pitch competition. These semi-finalists will compete for a spot in this year’s top three. The semi-finalists are:

  • Charm School International
  • Neurological Recovery for the Armed Services
  • Neuro Rehab VR
  • Rosa es Rojo
  • Stories Untold
  • Tarrant County Homeless Coalition
  • Taste Project
  • The Welman Project

ABOUT KERNEL

KERNEL, a program established in 2016 by the United Way of Tarrant County, fosters social innovation within Tarrant County and provides resources and seed funding for organizations and programs that comprise a combination of social impact, a sustainable revenue model, and an innovative approach to solving the social challenges in our community. KERNEL has the primary purpose of encouraging social innovation, connecting with community initiatives to nurture great ideas, and making significant changes in key community challenges. By working with a cross-sector of people, organizations, nonprofits, for-profits and entrepreneurs to solve problems, we believe KERNEL can uncover world-changing ideas. Find out more on UWTC’s website.

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