About the Fellowship

SolidarityWorks Fellows are at the heart of Shareable. The goal of SolidarityWorks is to empower change-makers to create social projects that meet the needs and passions of their communities. The social project of focus for our pilot project is library of things. Potential fellows are encouraged to apply with a supporting organization to receive seed funding and offer general support.

Fellows will receive up to $10k in seed funding (disbursement made to supporting organization) and a $400 monthly stipend for each participating fellow (up to 2 fellows per project). Read more about our fellowship outcomes here.

This fellowship is designed for organizers that represent BIPOC, LGBTQIA+,  and/or low-income communities. 

We are looking for potential fellows to join us who are located in the U.S. continental, over 18, serve or are apart of a historically silenced community, supportive of the solidarity economy vision, and share our commitment to social change through a solidarity economy. 

All completed applications will be reviewed and approved by our admissions panel on a weekly basis.

For any questions please contact our interim executive director, Tom Llewellyn, at

How will fellowship funding be allocated?

Each quarter, fellows will submit a proposal requesting seed funding for each phase of project development. Each project will receive $10k in seed funding in total.

  • Quarter 1 - No Disbursement 

  • Quarter 2 - Request $2500

  • Quarter 3 - Request $2500

  • Quarter 4- Request $5000

Each individual fellow will receive a monthly stipend of $400 for participating in the fellowship.

SolidarityWorks Fellowship

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