We are proud to partner with a variety of corporations and foundations that devote time, expertise, and financial support to help us deepen our impact and expand our reach. Their generosity significantly contributes to improving the lives of vulnerable children around the world. For more information on how to become a Global Fund for Children partner, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Catapult is young crowdfunding platform that’s already making a huge impact for girls and women. Catapult connects a new global audience directly to organizations working on the frontlines for girls and women’s rights. Since launching in October 2012 Catapult has already funded hundreds of projects worldwide. Catapult helps people use the open democracy of the web to choose girls and women’s projects closest to their hearts, and track progress and results. This approach – participating in the solution – is key to today’s young and rising global citizenship movement.
We have partnered with the Nike Foundation since 2006 as one of six organizations that form the foundation’s Grassroots Girls Initiative. With Nike Foundation support, we fund organizations that equip adolescent girls with the resources, tools, and options they need to create better lives for themselves, their families, and their communities.
Since 2008, support from Credit Suisse EMEA Foundation
has helped us to fund educational opportunities and vocational training for children and youth in Eastern Europe, Eurasia, and the Middle East.
A partner of ours for more than eight years, Johnson & Johnson
contributes to our support of grassroots partners working with children who have been infected with or affected by HIV/AIDS and children who are at risk of abuse or gender-based inequality.
Our partnership with CLSA Chairman’s Trust
began in 2011 in response to flooding in Pakistan. With the help of this investment, our grassroots partners affected by the floods are working to rebuild their communities and to provide children and youth with schooling, healthcare, and livelihood opportunities.
Since the devastating earthquake in Haiti in 2010, the ELMA Relief Foundation and the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation
have provided multiyear grants to help our grantee partners reach especially vulnerable children including orphans, sexual abuse victims, and those living in tent camps as these organizations work to rebuild their communities.
Since 2007, our partnership with the ELMA Foundation
has supported community-based organizations that are creating opportunities for children in Africa to be healthy and educated.
A grant from the Alwaleed Bin Talal Foundation – Global
supports grassroots organizations that protect and promote the rights of street children in India by improving their access to key services such as education and healthcare.
With support from the Howard G. Buffett Foundation
, we have partnered with Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) to provide holistic services for unaccompanied minor migrants returning to Guatemala from the United States.
Our partnership with the Oak Foundation allows us to invest in organizations in Africa and Asia that that work on the sexual abuse and sexual exploitation of children and on the issue of trafficking.
Sutherland Asbill & Brennan serves as our principal legal counsel on a pro bono basis, providing sophisticated and timely advice and assistance with regard to all our programs and activities worldwide.