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Members of the Solve community champion Solve’s mission to address world challenges and directly support the Solver teams who are implementing solutions to those global challenges. View Members

Solve membership is $5,500 annually and fully tax-deductible. MIT is a recognized IRS 501(c)(3) charitable entity. 100 percent of Member donations go towards Solver grants and support to help Solver teams implement and scale their work. 

For more information about becoming a Member, please contact Hala Hanna, Solve's Managing Director of Community.

As a Solve Member, you have the opportunity to:

  • Support 130 tech entrepreneurs from Solve’s global pipeline of startups solving Global Challenges: 30+ new Solver teams are selected yearly at our pitch event, Solve Challenge Finals, during UN General Assembly week (every September in New York City).
  • Collaborate with 120+ Members at year-round Solve events, including our flagship meeting, Solve at MIT (every May). Members are leaders from Starbucks, Nike, Microsoft, Capital One, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Cisco, Save the Children, and many more organizations.
  • Influence the design of the next Global Challenges. Members are viewed as thought leaders in their field and have the opportunity to inform Solve’s future Challenges—including by sponsoring roundtables with key stakeholders within their organization or community.

Apply to Become a Member

Interested in becoming part of the Solve community?

Membership is by invitation only, and is offered at an annual rate of $5,500. The membership is valid for 12 months from the month in which it is processed. If you would like to be considered for membership or make a referral, please submit an inquiry below, and a member of our team will be in touch with you shortly.

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Besides membership, there are other ways to get involved with Solve:

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