The Social Innovation and Public Service Fund


The Georgetown University Social Innovation and Public Service (SIPS) Fund is a $1.5 million student-run fund that allocates approximately $60,000 in grant money every year to help students and alumni start their own social ventures. The mission of SIPS grows out of the Jesuit tradition of service to others.


Interested in pitching your social venture or nonprofit ideas?

Join the Georgetown Entrepreneurship Club and the Social Innovation and Public Service (SIPS) Fund for the 2019 Social Impact Pitch Competition on Tuesday, February 26th at 6pm!

Georgetown undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni will pitch their non-profit and social venture ideas in front of a live audience and a panel of judges to win a share of the $10,000 prize. These superstar entrepreneurs are looking to scale their ventures, have a definitive community impact, and drive social good in an innovative, sustainable way.

If you are interested in pitching in the competition, apply here: