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Tiny Trees Preschool

We use licensed, outdoor classrooms in city parks to make a high quality preschool education affordable for all families.

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Name or Organization

Tiny Trees Preschool

Geography

12 locations in Seattle & Western WA State. Seeking to replicate this model regionally & nationally.

What is your stage of development?

  • Advanced Innovator with 3 to 10+ years of experience in ECD

Type

  • Non-profit

What is the stage of your proposal?

  • Full-scale roll-out: I have completed a pilot and analyzed the impact of that pilot on the users I am trying to reach with my idea. I am ready to expand the pilot significantly.

Describe how your solution could be a game-changer for your selected Opportunity Area (600 characters)

60% of children in Washington State do not attend preschool. They enter kindergarten two years behind their peers and most will never catch up.

Tiny Trees Preschool is a game changer for families who cannot afford or access quality preschool. Recently a preschool with 10 indoor classrooms opened in Seattle. It cost $15 million dollars and took 8 years to build. In comparison, Tiny Trees opened 10 outdoor classrooms in city parks for a total cost of $440,000. It took us 2 years to build.

Select an Innovation Target

  • Service: A new or enhanced service that creates value for end beneficiaries.

Tell us more about your innovation (1500 characters)

Tiny Trees Preschool gives children a quality education and a joyful, nature rich childhood: one full of play, exploration and wonder. By creating vibrant, outdoor classrooms in Seattle, King County, and Washington State Parks, Tiny Trees eliminates the cost of a brick and mortar facility. This makes preschool affordable and accessible to all families and allows us to invest in what really matters: empowering great teachers.

In the last two years Tiny Trees has grown from a start-up with a $120,000 annual budget and 2 staff to a school with 34 full-time educators, a $1.6 million budget, and a waiting list of 4,000+ families. In September of 2018 Tiny Trees will double in size again, with 7 additional locations opening across Western Washington, helping over 200 more children a day. This is a pivotal time for Tiny Trees, when a strategic investment could be high impact, taking an innovative, and proven concept to scale across the Pacific Northwest, the Western United States & Canada, and beyond.

This rapid growth is rooted in one simple fact: Parents and families are thirsty for both affordable preschool and a nature rich environment for their child. Since Tiny Trees opened in 2016 we have received over 5,000 applications. 84% of families who apply do not get in and remain on our waiting list. Despite exponential growth we need help to scale quickly enough to meet this demand.

More at TinyTrees.org or Tiny Trees Preschool on Facebook.

What problem are you aiming to solve? (3 sentences)

Tiny Trees is a bold and innovative response to a critical problem: childcare is expensive. In Seattle, families spend $12,000-$26,000 a year on full-day preschool. That is more than tuition at the University of Washington and only slightly less than housing. These soaring costs lead to women (and increasingly men) dropping out of the workforce during their most productive years, add significant financial anxiety to the stresses of parenthood, and disproportionately impacts low-income families.

Explain your idea (5000 characters)

In October of 2014 Tiny Trees Preschool won Social Venture Partners’ Fast Pitch competition for best non-profit start up. At the time, the dream of affordable, nature rich, outdoor preschool was just that – a dream. It became a reality in September 2016, when Tiny Trees opened preschools in four city parks in low income neighborhoods across Seattle, followed by 3 more schools in September, 2017. Now every day, in all weather, 260 children attend joyfully muddy classes, learning the social, emotional, and academic skills for a lifetime of success while enjoying a glorious childhood: one full of play, adventure, and wonder in the natural world.

Tiny Trees is a bold and innovative response to a critical problem: childcare is expensive. In Seattle, families spend $12,000-$26,000 a year on full-day preschool. That is more than tuition at the University of Washington and only slightly less than housing. These soaring costs lead to women (and increasingly men) dropping out of the workforce during their most productive years, adds significant financial anxiety to the stresses of parenthood, and disproportionately impacts low-income families and communities of color, with 60% Washington’s children entering kindergarten 2 years behind their peers (Kidscount.org). See TinyTrees.org for more information.

As a 501(c)3 nonprofit, Tiny Trees is leading the movement for affordable, high quality preschool. By building outdoor classrooms in city parks, Tiny Trees eliminates the brick and mortar facility, cutting operating costs by 25% and capital/start-up costs by 80%. This allows us to:
• Keep tuition prices low and offer financial assistance or free tuition to 46% of families. Children also receive free meals & outdoor clothing and equipment.
• Invest in what really matters: great teachers. All of our teachers have four-year degrees; 25% have a Master’s degree. All teachers receive 26 days of professional development per year, are full-time employees with medical and retirement benefits, and are paid above market rate.
• Replicate and grow easily with low start-up costs & a financial model where each school is sustained on tuition and government grants for children in poverty.

The best part is that Tiny Trees gives children a vibrant, mud puddle splashing, sand castle building, & creepy crawly catching childhood: one full of hands-on learning, exploration, and wonder in the natural world. Our children have inherited a planet facing significant ecological challenges and their generation will need capable, emotionally intelligent, and creative conservation leaders. Tiny Trees Preschool presents a solution – daily, intimate exploration of the natural world by children from diverse backgrounds during their most formative years.

Who benefits? (1500 characters)

By making preschool accessible for all families we create diverse, integrated classrooms where children learn how to communicate and empathize across difference.
* 264 children attend daily.
* 35% identify as families of color.
* An additional 18% identify as white but list a cultural identify or county of origin other than American (Asian, Native American, African, European, etc.)
* 22% of families speak a language other than English at home.
* 31 different languages are spoken at home
* 46% of families receive free or reduced tuition

Tiny Trees has built a culturally responsive organization from the ground up. 40% of board members and 60% of our leadership team identify as people of color. We also have increased our capacity to empower Spanish speaking families with an admission office, family engagement officer, and teaching teams that are fluent in Spanish and English. The result is a mixed-income, culturally rich classroom that is affordable for all families.

What kind of impact will your idea have? (1500 characters)

We know that a high quality, preschool education is one of the best investments you can make in a child's future. The problem is that preschool is expensive. For example, prior to Tiny Trees our founder (Charlie, who is 4 years old) was on the waiting list for 5 schools in South Seattle. They ranged from $12,000-$19,000 a year. More than tuition at the University of Washington. That means if student loans were available for preschool Charlie could have entered Kindergarten with over $57,000 of debt!

Charlie's solution is Tiny Trees where she is finishing her 2nd year. By not paying for the cost of a brick & concrete building, and all of the staff position associated with maintaining a building (receptionists, janitor, etc), Charlie's family is able to pay a fraction of the cost, while receiving the same high quality education.

The impact for Charlie will be life long. Affordable preschool means her family can make the investments in her future that she deserves. The emotional and socials skills that come from preschool means Charlie will succeed in Kindergarten, is more likely to graduate from high school, and lead a happy and productive life. And the childhood outdoors means Charlie will hold life long joyful memories of natural and wild spaces, that she will develop the grit and resilience to thrive in the face of adversity, and that she will develop a physically active lifestyle and less likely to develop diabetes, be overweight, or face other health challenges.

How does or how could your idea impact low-income children? (1500 characters)

By building outdoor classrooms in city parks, Tiny Trees eliminates the brick and mortar facility, cutting operating costs by 25% and capital/start-up costs by 80%. This allows us to keep prices low and offer free & discounted tuition.

In addition to financial assistance offered by Tiny Trees we now are a provider of free tuition for low income families through the Seattle Preschool Program (City of Seattle). This is possible thanks to legislation we helped pass in April, 2017 that has created licensing rules for outdoor preschools (schools with no building). This means Tiny Trees is also the first outdoor preschool in the county to provide full day classes - a must for low income, working families.

By scaling this idea regionally and nationally Tiny Trees can help thousands of low-income children at a fraction of the cost needed to open and operate comparable, indoor preschools.

Innovation: What makes your concept innovative? (5000 characters)

Tiny Trees Preschool is a game changing innovation. Recently a preschool with 10 indoor classrooms opened in Seattle. It cost $15 million dollars and took 8 years to build. In comparison, Tiny Trees opened 10 outdoor classrooms in city parks for a total cost of $440,000. It took us 2 years to build. This means Tiny Trees Preschool is easily scalable, able to serve thousands more children for a fraction of the cost of traditional brick and mortar preschools.

Scale: Describe how your idea could reach a significant number of end-users. (1500 characters)

Tiny Trees is a game changer for families. By building outdoor classrooms in city parks, Tiny Trees eliminates the brick and mortar facility, cutting capital/start-up costs by 80-90%. This means Tiny Trees can grow quickly, helping reach a significant number of low-income children and high need families. For example, recently a preschool with 10 indoor classrooms opened in Seattle. It cost $15 million dollars and took 8 years to build. In comparison, Tiny Trees opened 10 outdoor classrooms in city parks for a total cost of $440,000. It took us 2 years to build.

Tiny Trees has grown exponentially since we opened our doors in 2016 and continue to be wildly popular, with a waiting list of over 4,000+ families. New schools require a small amount of capital to start. They are then sustained on tuition and government subsidies for low income children.

With a $1 million dollar innovation prize, Tiny Trees would bring affordable preschool to families across the United States and Canada.

Feasibility: Where are you with understanding the feasibility of your idea? Describe what you’ve done so far and your plans. (3000 characters)

Our track record of success:
• Built a broad movement of passionate families. Over 3,500 families have applied to join the Tiny Trees wait list. To put that in perspective the US Census found only 12,000 preschool age children in the City of Seattle.
• Successfully partnered with the Seattle Preschool Program – Pathway to provide free tuition to low-income families. In recognition of our performance our contract was increased 150%.
• Successfully partnered with Seattle Parks and Recreation to open four outdoor preschools helping 165 children a day.
• Passed legislation to create licensing rules for outdoor preschools. In our first year, Tiny Trees successfully passed bills in both the WA State House and the Senate, with bi-partisan support. New licensing rules allow outdoor preschools to provide full day care, important for working families.
• Successfully partnered with King County Parks to open 2 outdoor preschools in 2017 and 3 more in 2018.
• Built a culturally responsive organization. 30% of our teachers are teachers of color and two of our locations have bi-lingual teaching teams. 44% of our board of directors are people of color. All staff receive anti-bias training and work to build culturally responsive classrooms that reflect the community they are a part of.
• Built a team of highly qualified and capable teachers: All our teachers have four-year degrees; 25% have a Master’s degree. All teachers receive 26 days of professional development per year, are full-time employees with medical and retirement benefits, and are paid above market rate.
• Built an effective school-family partnership: 98% of eligible families chose to return for a second year.
• Winner of Social Venture Partners Fast Pitch Competition.
• Winner of Sustainable Seattle Leadership Award.
• Winner of Washington Women's Foundation Award.

Business Viability: How viable is your business model? (5000 characters)

Business viability has been tested through two financial years. Both years Tiny Trees has doubled in size and served twice as many children as the year before.

This rapid growth is rooted in one simple fact: Parents and families are thirsty for both affordable preschool and a nature rich environment for their child. Since Tiny Trees opened in 2016 we have received over 5,000 applications. 84% of families who apply do not get in and remain on our waiting list.

Opening a new school requires fundraising to start (access to capital). Once open, Tiny Trees Preschools are sustained on earned income (tuition) and government tuition waivers for low-income children (city, state, federal/headstart).

As a 501c3 non-profit Tiny Trees has limited access to capital. Winning this prize would help attract the institutional and individual philanthropists needed to bring this idea to scale across the country.

HCD: How have you used human centered design to build or refine your concept? (5000 characters)

Big and little humans are central to the design of each of our outdoor preschools. Outdoor preschools are built from natural materials including logs and wood chips re-purposed from fallen trees in the park. Children and adults walk through the classroom area before it is built and help brainstorm ideas and show what natural features children are excited about (usually by climbing, jumping, or running around them). Children and families then help build the classroom during a volunteer work party, with support from our parks and recreation staff partners. Families then attend a parent orientation and open house prior to the school year where they can provide feedback on the space. Teachers and volunteers then adapt the space as needed during the school year in response to seasonal changes and the interest of the children/students.

Tell us more about you (3000 characters)

1. Outdoor preschools are a proven concept that originated in Denmark, Sweden, & Finland (three countries where it can get really cold!). Also known as Forest Kindergartens, outdoor preschools had shown to meet great academic, health, and social & emotional outcomes. I was inspired by the documentary School's Out (https://vimeo.com/32463946), which highlights a publicly funded outdoor preschool in Switzerland. After learning about outdoor preschools I dug into the financials of the model and realize the potential to increase access by taking a proven idea to scale. In my market research I also learned that preschools are like coffee shops, you want to go to one in your neighborhood. Thus the focus on multiple locations, primarily in low-income neighborhoods of Seattle.

2. As an individual change maker I want to make the biggest impact I can for our community. Early childhood has the highest return on investment of my time and my impact. Most importantly, it is joyful work helping children learn, grow and thrive. Especially in an outdoor setting.

As a non-profit professional who has previously taken a good idea to scale nationally I also am attracted to how the early childhood space is ripe for distribution. Thousands of preschools have opened in Washington State in the last 20 years, most with long waiting lists. Many of them would like to expand to help all the children who need their services. The problem, however, is most (especially non-profits) cannot access the capital needed to build new indoor schools in a hot real estate market. Tiny Trees removes this barrier, and provides a market based solution to a critical problem.

3. I am a non-profit professional with 15 years of education experience. Prior to Tiny Trees I started BOLD - Boys Outdoor Leadership Development - for the YMCA. After a successful Seattle launch I replicated the program nationally at YMCAs in 12 states, helping over 6,000 young people a year.

Do you have the people and partners you need to do what you’ve described? (600 characters)

Yes! We are seeking passionate change makers to join our board. Specific skills we are looking for are here: https://tinytrees.org/2017/07/21/casting-call-new-board-members/

As you consider your next steps, what kinds of help could you use? Is there a type of expertise that would be most helpful? (1800 characters)

A few people we’re looking for:

A connector who can use relationship skills to rally new supporters.
A champion who can mobilize support from corporate partners.
A foundation employee who can help us navigate institutional giving.
An executive who can leverage their leadership skills for a cause.
A party host who cultivates joyful gatherings and loves to plan events.
A philanthropist who wishes to super-charge an organization.
A really famous person. Or a puppy. We love puppies.

Would you like mentoring support?

  • Yes

If so, what type of mentoring support do you think you need? (1200 characters)

Executive coaching, specifically leading staff through change & growth.
Wealth connections.

Are you willing to share your email contact information submitted on OpenIDEO with Gary Community Investments?

  • Yes, share my contact information

[Optional] Biography: Upload your biography. Please include links to relevant information (portfolio, LinkedIn profile, organization website, etc).

Chief Executive Officer
Website: https://tinytrees.org/
LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewajay/
A non-profit professional with 15 years of education experience Andrew built Tiny Trees Preschool from an idea to an organization with 34 full time staff helping 265 children daily. Previously, he led YMCA BOLD & GOLD from a small program serving 30 kids a year to a national organization helping 6,000 young people a year develop leadership & life skills on wilderness expeditions.

Mentorship: How was your idea supported? (5000 characters)

I received mentorship and support from Isabelle Hau, including:
• How to lead a quickly growing organization through change.
• Highlighting how Tiny Trees impacts families by creating access to affordable education in local parks and green spaces in their neighborhood.
• Highlighting our rapid growth and expansion due to the demand from families for affordable, nature rich education.
• Shared more evidence on outcomes and impact.
• Highlighted the exponential impact of funding at this stage in our life cycle - how it will help Tiny Trees scale and serve thousands of kids in the long run.

Updates: How has your idea changed or evolved throughout the Prize? What updates have you made to this submission? (1500 characters)

This idea has received a lot of comments and suggestions from the prize community (See below). The biggest refinement was on how to scale rapidly outside of the Pacific Northwest by using local group of volunteers to organize the community support for a Tiny Trees expansion in their neighborhood. Allies have reached our from Colorado, Los Angeles, Mexico, Portland and other cities as part of this prize, looking to help Tiny Trees replicate this model. The mentorship I continue to receive through Isabelle has been particularly helpful, especially with her perspective as an impact investor who has helped take good ideas to scale on a regional and national level.

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Hi Andrew, my team and I love your idea. It's so inspiring, particularly being in Los Angeles, where pre-school is similarly unaffordable and out of reach for many. Via Play Full Space, we are aim to enhance parent-child interaction in underserved communities through play, song and theater, all to ultimately help better prepare these children for kindergarten, and beyond. If you're up for it, we'd love to chat and brainstorm with you. Perhaps there is room for collaboration!

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Hi Talya, thank you for the shout out! I think outdoor preschool would be a big hit in LA. Happy to chat and brainstorm. How about 2/22 or 2/23 for a skype conversation?

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Great, let's aim for 2/23. Would 3 pm PST work for you?
I can be reached at tstagg@usc.edu if we want to switch to email.
Look forward to chatting!
Talya

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Great! I will follow up on email.

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I am really enjoying watching the development of the outdoor preschools in our Seattle Area. It is amazing to be part of the universal preschool program, along with Tiny Trees. We are using a Shared Service approach to achieve some of the same economic benefits that you are gaining without bricks and mortar building. I applaud your organization doing in in our rainy environment.

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Thanks Laura! As someone who grew up in Tacoma I was committed to making it work in rainy Seattle. If Outdoor Preschool can take off in the Pacific Northwest then it can only be easier to replicate in less wet environments.

You mentioned universal preschool? Are you part of the Seattle Preschool Program? We love SPP and a big part of our quality and improvements over the last two years have been from the training and coaching provided by SPP.

Thanks! - Andrew

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Sound Child Care Solutions is a consortium of schools as well founding partners with the Seattle Preschool Program. We’ve loved it from the start!

Currently we serve 7 SPP classrooms, some of which are bilingual programs in Spanish and Vietnamese. Check out our submission

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Hi Laura, Yes! I think we have met at an SPP gathering. Thanks for reaching out over email. I am a big fan of your partnership with VFA for a dual language Vietnamese preschool. So rad!

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Hi Andrew,

I recently discovered https://tinkergarten.com, thought it might be very interesting, but surely you have heard of them!

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Hi Valeria, I actually was on a call with Tinkergarten this week. We're collaborating on some land access challenges. They have a lot of 2 year olds in their programs and our classes start at 3 so Tiny Trees is a natural next step. Thanks! - Andrew

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Hey Andrew Jay 
I am so glad to see that you find our community helpful and you engage with its other members. I am glad you are sharing your experiences to help development of similar solutions in other parts of the United States, and how you highlight the legislative aspects that sometimes need to be overcome and establish the right foundation for innovative solutions to develop. I and my team remain very interested to see the further development of these synergies and are here to provide you with the support to develop ideas further. So feel free to reach out any time.

In the meantime, I'd like to share a brief reminder of few days ago. Next week we will run two webinars in which you will have a chance to hear more about the Prize, ask any questions about the process, or share any perspectives from your experience. And also learn other aspects of the Prize and human-centered design.

We’ll be hosting calls on Tuesday, December 5, 4:30 - 5:30 PM PST (https://ideo.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ZxbEbA4rRPid02QEos1VtQ)
and
Wednesday, December 6, 08:00 - 9:00 AM PST (https://ideo.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_8ZHf8DakS4WWqAXsN_jhQQ).

In case you can't make it, feel free to email us any question you may have at ecprize@ideo.com, and we’ll do our best to answer it during the webinar.

Looking forward to seeing you next week,
Iliriana

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Hi Iliriana,
Thanks for sharing. This has been a helpful collaboration and I would love to be part of the webinar. See you next week! - Andrew

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Hi Andrew Jay,
I was hoping to see Tiny Trees here! I have looked at your program for a while, and we also tried to open a school in a park here in the Bay Area of California. I would love to learn more about how you worked to pass laws/regulations allowing outdoor programs to be licensed! That was our biggest stumbling block, and I imagine that will be a challenge in many states. Have you been measuring your impact in terms of "kindergarten readiness"? I see your programs are 1/2-day. Can some families/children attend full-day? If not, what do children do for the rest of the day if parents are working full-time?
I love your analogy that early education programs are like coffee shops - families want them in their neighborhoods. :) And we love puppies too. We had a dog as our class pet until our neighbor (another school) kicked him out. :(( Do your parks allow puppies?
Best of luck!
Carol

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Hi Carol, Thanks for the kind words. I would love to see a Tiny Trees in the bay area. It's a great climate for outdoor preschool. To answer your questions:
1) Advocacy: Full day is important for working families. We found 60% of families who applied to Tiny Trees wanted a 6hr or longer program. We passed legislation to make that possible in Washington, but other states may have the regulatory authority to adapt existing rules. Big success was organizing a state wide group of outdoor preschools so you can speak to lawmakers and regulators as one voice. I worked hard to find schools in rural and urban legislative districts. We then led tours for lawmakers in each district until we had a group of bi-partisan lawmakers who agreed to sponsor. Senator Kevin Rankers office (D) or Rep. Tom Dent (R) are happy to share tips with other lawmakers interested in sponsoring.
2) Our classes this year are half day, moving to 6hr+ next year. Currently a 4 hr AM session and a 2nd 3hr PM session. We do partner with community centers to offer a 4hr after care program so families at two of our schools have full day care. For the 2018-19 school year we are adding 6 hr classes at a number of our parks, with after care at some locations.
3) To measure kindergarten readiness we use https://teachingstrategies.com/. It is the same tool used by all City of Seattle funded preschools, so we can compare how ready our children are for kindergarten compared to an average of other schools.
4) And we love puppies. But we have to have them on leashes in the classroom. Only free range children allowed in our classrooms. - Best, Andrew Jay

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Hi Andrew Jay,
I would love to talk to your lawmakers who sponsored the bill. And I'll start by seeing if I can get some local ones I know who might be persuaded or interested.
Carol

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Great!
Kevin Ranker (D) - he was the champion in the Senate.
http://sdc.wastateleg.org/ranker/contact/
Tom Dent (R) - Champion in the house.
http://tomdent.houserepublicans.wa.gov/contact/

Keep it optimistic! - Best, Andrew

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Dear Andrew,

This is fantastic! I love the combination of creating more engagement with the outdoors while also increasing the affordability of preschool. And you're right—In my experience as a (former) preschool teacher, I have found that many children view surprises (such as rain, visitors, or changes to routine) as an opportunity rather than a disappointment.

Your project also reminded me of this story of Icelandic babies who nap outside in the wintertime: https://qz.com/351821/for-generations-icelandic-babies-have-napped-in-sub-zero-temperatures-outside/

You may want to consider changing your status from Early Innovator to Advanced Innovator, as you have greater than 3 years of experience on this project (I saw that Tiny Trees won a Social Venture challenge in 2014). The Advanced Innovator category offers more prize money, which can help you in your quest!

Best,
Layne

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Thank you Layne! I love the babies story. It makes a lot of sense to me to have babies bundled up and napping outdoors. Could be healthier too.

I chose early innovator since we opened our first school in September 2016 and only have one year of piloting experience. When I won SVPs fast pitch Tiny Trees was only a concept. Is there an advantage to advanced innovator? Thanks! - Andrew

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Dear Andrew,

Wow, congratulations on your rapid prototyping and implementation! Quite impressive.

The Advanced Innovator category offers significantly more funding to its winners (a share of up to $500,000), and the space may actually be less crowded than other categories. I think Tiny Trees' track record of success well-qualifies it for the advanced category, but you may want the OpenIDEO community members to weigh in.

Evaluation Criteria: https://d3gxp3iknbs7bs.cloudfront.net/attachments/74a41524-50bb-4eb2-b6a1-f13609395d75.pdf

Best of luck whatever you decide!
Layne

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Thank you Layne. Reading thorough the evaluation criteria the advanced innovator makes sense. I appreciate the help!

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Love Tiny Trees, I have known in side you won the Social Venture Pitch competition! I find it to be a great solution, it would particularly well in Mexico ( I am Mexican) since weather is milder.
Valeria

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Hi Valeria, Wow! Mexico would be amazing place for outdoor preschool. Such a great climate and vibrant geography. Glad you have been following Tiny Trees since SVP. Winning fast pitch is what allowed me to pursue the idea of Tiny Trees full time. Adios! - Andrew

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Hey Andrew Jay ,

I wanted to congratulate you for being this week's featured contribution on our Weekly Highlights!
https://us2.campaign-archive.com/?e=e37c48c2fa&u=ea27d4a8fa8ca350b13e5fa43&id=e008b3883d

Looking forward to learning more and seeing your Idea evolve in the weeks to come!

Best regards,
Iliriana

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Thank you Iliriana! So rad!