Each year, All Stars selects a cohort of innovative Bay Area nonprofits to participate in a three-year intensive program that is designed to help build the organizational capacity, financial sustainability and community impact of those organizations working to disrupt the cycle of poverty for Bay Area youth.

All Stars and our portfolio of nonprofit partners work to ensure youth in low-income and marginalized communities have access to a quality education and the support needed to go on to college; the skills and resources they need not to just get a job but a career, and that they can stay healthy in body and mind.

In order to achieve true economic and racial equity we must break the cycle of poverty that is preventing far too many youth from achieving their full potential.

Invest in emerging nonprofits  looking to scale innovative approaches to disrupting the cycle of poverty for youth in the Bay Area!

Thank You to the Sponsors of Our
All Stars Accelerator Program

2021 Accelerator Sponsors

All Stars Portfolio

2021 Cohort

BAWSI | Camp Common Ground | My Digital Tat2 | Raising the Bar | YouthBeat

Current Grantees

Chapter 510 | Project Commotion | SF Achievers | Team, Inc.  | Urban Ed Academy | Writer Coach Connection

Alumni Grantees

Alpha Public Schools | Camp Phoenix | Eastside Charter Prep | Game Theory Academy | Hidden Genius Project

Mindful Life Project | One Degree | Upward Roots | Wishbone | Youth Impact Hub Oakland

Accelerating innovative solutions that disrupt the cycle of poverty for Bay Area youth.

All Stars Accelerator Program: Overview

The All Stars Accelerator Program provides 3 years of general operating support ($25,000 each year) plus quarterly capacity building trainings, customized one-on-one coaching and technical assistance, and peer networking and connection.

The 2021 Accelerator Program cohort was announced on January 26, 2021.  Applications for the 2022 Accelerator Program will open in the Fall 2021.

All Stars Accelerator Program: Eligibility

This is not just a grant program – we are looking for organizations that are willing and able to fully participate in the program. This includes not only attending all program trainings and completing all necessary reports, but also actively engaging with fellow program participants, All Stars Helping Kids, and program partners.

  1. A non-profit organization in good standing (registered 501(c)3, in the process of filing for 501(c)3, or fiscally sponsored.
  2. Core program or service serves at least 1 of the following 5 San Francisco Bay Area counties: Alameda County, Contra Costa County, San Francisco County, San Mateo County, and/or Santa Clara County
  3. Core program or service reaches underserved youth and communities
    – More than 50% of the program or service is focused on youth ages 4-24
    – More than 50% of youth served qualify for free or reduced lunch
  4. A non-profit fiscal year budget is less than $750,000
  5. Core program or service focuses on one or more of the following pillars (see Application Guide below for more detail):
    – Access to Education
    – Career Readiness
    – Health & Wellness
  6. Core program or service is an innovative approach / solution focused on making lasting behavior or life change towards breaking the cycle of poverty.

All Stars Accelerator Program: Committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

We are committed to maintaining a professional working environment that recognizes, understands, respects, and encourages the unique contributions of each intern, employee, donor, grantee and partner. We cannot grow effective leaders if we do not include the voices of everyone in inclusive and equitable ways.

Read full DEI statement here.