We are extremely excited to announce the Bridge Scholar Class of 2015! These three students were selected among a highly competitive group of applicants to receive scholarships for their Nourish International Project Internships... READ MORE
Nourish International’s mission is to engage students and empower communities to make a lasting impact on extreme poverty.
Since incorporating as a 501(c)3 non-profit in 2006, Nourish International has grown into a national movement with 60 Chapters on college campuses in the US and Canada and a National Office in Chapel Hill, NC. Since 2003, we’ve invested $460,000 and trained over 600 Project interns to implement 113 projects all over the world. As a movement, we have placed 3rd in the Facebook Giving Challenge, received the North Carolina Peace Prize for excellence in cross-cultural solutions and sustainable development, and was featured at TEDxRaleigh, Ashoka U Exchange, and the United Nations.
Our approach is unique in that it addresses the massive needs of communities with sustainable, scalable solutions, while catalyzing tomorrow’s leaders to take action now. Nourish students partner with communities who lack the necessary funds and resources for development projects, but who have the entrepreneurial vision to impact poverty. We invest time and funds to support leaders within communities and empower local solutions.
Updates from Nourish
Last weekend, Chancey and Alli from the National Office traveled to Austin, TX to meet with our UT-Austin Chapter. The trip, though shortened due to inclement weather, was extremely beneficial in gaining a... READ MORE
By Nathan Albright, Community Discourse Coordinator at Nourish International Featured on the Huffington Post The following post is the first in a two-part series on finance and global poverty. Illustration by Joel... READ MORE
The Giving Challenge ended this past Wednesday with a bang! We officially raised $77,700 during the challenge, surpassing our original goal of $75,000!! Our Chapters from around the US and Canada managed to bring in 1,409 donors to... READ MORE