3 Best Undeserved Child Startups Worth A Follow In 2021

February 17, 2021

This article showcases Startup Pill’s top picks for the best Undeserved Child startups. These startups are taking a variety of approaches to innovating inside of the Undeserved Child industry and around the world. They are all exceptional startups well worth a follow.

We tried to pick companies across the size spectrum from cutting edge startups to established brands.

We selected these startups for exceptional performance in one of these categories:

  • Innovation
    • Innovative ideas
    • Innovative route to market
    • Innovative product
  • Growth
    • Exceptional growth
    • Exceptional growth strategy
  • Management
  • Societal impact

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Top Undeserved Child Startups

Data sourced from Crunchbase and SemRush.

pay theory

pay theory

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Pay Theory is a payments platform for Family Tech SaaS vendors to education, healthcare, childcare and children’s activities service providers. By creating simple, beautiful and impactful financial solutions, we ensure families are able to maintain access to their most important service providers while allowing SaaS vendors a unique avenue to a new revenue stream.

Pay Theory brings families and vital service providers together at the payment.. .

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Niv-The Foundation

Niv-The Foundation

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Niv fosters equitable development of children by providing a proactive approach strengthening the foundational skills of academic learning

Our Kids Outdoor Adventures

Our Kids Outdoor Adventures

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In March 2019, active outdoorsmen and college friends Wayne Brown and Kim Davies took seven girls from Big Oak Ranch on a fishing/hiking trip in Arkansas. This was a trial experience for us to see how things would go, in hopes of setting up a charity.

With the help of the management team from Big Oak Ranch, a home for abused, neglected, and abandoned children, the trip exceeded our expectations. The result is OUR KIDS OUTDOOR ADVENTURES, INC., a Non-Profit Corporation.

Two other friends, Ken Blankenship of Deer Park, WA, and Bob Rinaldi of Moon Township, PA, have joined our Board of Directors. Our collective goal is to give less fortunate kids, from all over the country, the opportunity to experience the outdoors.

The smiles you will see on these kids faces will make it all worthwhile. It certainly did for us..