Pinterest is expanding its Creator Inclusion Fund to five new countries: Canada, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and France. The fund aims to support creators from marginalised communities through financial and educational support.
Pinterest initiated the programme in 2021 after recognising a pressing need to uplift creators from historically marginalised communities such as Black, Latiné, LGBTQIA+, Asian, Indigenous populations, and individuals with disabilities.
Since its launch, the program has offered a route to triumph for numerous creators in fashion, beauty, lifestyle, wellness, and food from Brazil, the UK, and the US. They have received personal consulting, financial grants in cash and ad credits, and specialised training and industry insights from professionals in their respective fields.
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