Making progress on the world’s to-do list
Choose an SDG in the drop down below and hover over a venture name to see the statements of impact across the 17 development goals.
Global, growing reach.
The impact of our core activities is harder to quantify.
If you’re working on the world’s to-do list in your venture, and you self-identify as a woman or as non-binary, we’d love for you to join us.
Simply by applying, you’ll receive opportunities for visibility, connection, insight, and direct support from our global group of members..
Next call for applications:
CA / US / UK— 19 September 2024
AU / NZ— 21 September 2024
One of the most exciting things about joining in is supporting ventures that are creating the future, anew. Not just in their purpose, product, or service, but in the design of the businesses themselves.
Each year, every member of the collective gets to vote on the ventures that inspire them. It’s a vote of confidence—literally.
And a vote for hope.
Coralus members contribute to a Perpetual Capital Fund that is loaned out to selected Ventures at 0% interest, then cycled back in to support the next round of companies making progress on the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
The funds currently amount to $16.5M in circulation globally.
Coralus is organized by a small core team and advisory board stewarding operations and resources, like administration, finance, and communications.
All members of the collective lead in many ways, offering up their gifts to co-design and self-direct our transformative activities.
Member, Founder The Alinker
“When I applied, I barely qualified. This year we reached $3 million in revenue! I am now surrounded by women who see me and trust my vision. Rather than getting ‘advice’, I am supported through relationships over time.“
Anastasia Mourogova Millin
Member and partner lead
(formerly of Dark Matter Labs)
“Coralus is beyond speculation, beyond theory, beyond policy statements and incubators. It's the only place I know of to witness the new economy in action. And it's beautiful.”
If you have come here to help me, you are wasting your time, but if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together.
Murri (Indigenous Australian) visual artist, activist and academic working in the field of Women's issues and Aboriginal epistemology.
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Economic Development Canada
Développement économic Canada
We acknowledge the support of the Government of Canada’s Women Entrepreneurship Loan Fund.
Nous reconnaissons l’appui du Fonds d’emprunt pour l’entrepreneuriat féminin du gouvernement du Canada.