Have a Great Idea To help Others?
Please share it with us below. Try to summarize it in 100 words or less, and be as vague as possible to protect your IP while sharing enough for our committee to understand the problem and your solution. If your idea is selected by the CIFR Board Committee, you will be contacted to initiate next steps. If you are not contacted within two weeks, the CIFR Board Committee is either not taking on projects of that type, or is most likely still in recess, just be patient. CIFR Board Committee members meet monthly and even if your idea aligns or conflicts with another incubation you will be connected with the project manager most able to assist you and your project because CIFR doesn’t actually believe in the word “competition” since there is never going to be a shortage of broken systems.
CIFR is managed and administered by the CIFR Board Committee, an extension of the Compassion Center Board of Directors. The CIFR Board Committee is responsible for the evaluation, coordination and subsequent implementation while assessments of measurable impacts are conducted by Compassion Center, Office of Accountability & Transparency (OAT) which publishes the annual reports to the Board of Trustees.
- DO NOT SHARE ANY CONFIDENTIAL, PROPRIETARY OR PROTECTED INFORMATION
- TRY TO LIMIT YOUR RESPONSES TO 100 WORDS OR LESS UNLESS IT IS PERTINENT
- RESPONSES CAN TAKE UP TO A MONTH OR AS LITTLE AS TWO WEEKS, BE PATIENT
- ENROLLMENT IS CURRENTLY CLOSED SO NO GUARANTEES ON ANY INCUBATIONS
HOWEVER, FOR THE SAKE OF A BETTER TOMORROW, SHARE YOUR SOLUTIONS ANYWAY.