The Case Foundation has a long history of promoting and expanding entrepreneurship to include people of all backgrounds, geographies, races and genders. We created the Startup America Partnership alongside the Kauffman Foundation and the White House in 2011 and within two and a half years, we helped launch 32 startup states, cultivate corporate partners and resources, and build a network of more than 13,000 startups across the country. Entrepreneurs need more initiatives like the Startup America Partnership to continue to create networks, build on ramps to resources, support and funding, and celebrate diversity and inclusivity. The current era of inclusive entrepreneurship at the Case Foundation focuses on the entire system, addressing the three different types of capital entrepreneurs need: social, financial and inspirational. Below are a some resources to help entrepreneurs succeed in their journey. Our hope is that all members of the entrepreneurship community continue to commit to inclusion and diversity.