Investing in capacity building benefits us all. We thank our partners for their continued support, involvement and enthusiasm!
The Wilde Ganzen Foundation is a Dutch NGO, founded in 1957 with a mission to reduce poverty and inequality through community-led initiatives. The Foundation utilizes more than 60 years of operational experience in international development to promote responsible philanthropy. It supports social changemakers that are taking on initiatives to fight inequality through grantmaking, in-depth technical assistance, expertise and their on-the-ground networks.
With Wilde Ganzen, Smile Foundation has co-created a global capacity development programme, Change the Game Academy.
MISEREOR is the German Catholic Bishops’ Organisation for Development Cooperation. For over 60 years MISEREOR has been committed to fighting poverty in Africa, Asia and Latin America. MISEREOR’s support is available to any human being in need – regardless of their religion, ethnicity or gender.
Light for the World is a global disability & development organization.Their mission is to contribute to a world in which persons with disabilities fully exercise their rights.
The KidsRights Foundation is an international children’s aid and advocacy organisation based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The foundation was founded in 2003 and raises funds for independent local aid projects in a number of countries around the world, including India, South Africa and the Philippines.
Ineke Feitz Stichting( IFF) is a Netherlands based family Foundation , that supports organisations that works with vulnerable children across the world.
Management for Development Foundation is Training and Consultancy organisation with 35 years of experience in providing management training, advisory and evaluation services worldwide.
PricewaterhouseCoopers is a multinational professional services network of firms, operating as partnerships under the PwC brand.
Dasra is one of India’s leading strategic philanthropy foundation that help both philanthropists and social entrepreneurs towards bringing about social change.
Atma’s goal is to improve the capacity and quality of existing NGOs to help them grow and sustain.