|THE VOSS FOUNDATION: is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing access to clean water to communities in Sub-Saharan Africa and raising awareness of ongoing need in the region. In December 2011, our Hope Mission School partnership brought improved access to clean water, sanitation facilities, and hygiene practices to students, administrators, and residents of surrounding communities in Bernard Farm. SYMPHONY STYLE: the Dubai Mall’s first luxury concept boutique, is joining our efforts to improve the quality of life for the people of Liberia. As part of its partnership with FACE Africa, Symphony held a charity auction during it’s official grand opening and raised $10,000 which will go towards a clean water project in Liberia. Symphony also plans to donate approx 5% (TBC) of all of its sales during the first season of SS11 to FACE Africa!
ALL FOR AFRICA: takes a collaborative approach to poverty reduction by working with the private sector to foster projects that generate economic and social benefits in the communities in which they are located. Programs focus on agriculture, clean water, community health, education, energy, environmental impact, micro-financing and skills training/livelihood creation. In addition, All for Africa promotes collaborative conversation and education amongst all stakeholders including private sector, NGOs and civic organizations. In June 2009, FACE Africa won a Trust from All for Africa for $30,000 a year for 30 years! FACE Africa will begin receiving the grant in 2013.
THE GLOBAL NEIGHBORHOOD FUND: seeks to promote social and economic justice, and education in the Global South, by funding and supporting grassroots-based community organizations. While addressing fundamental causes of poverty and inequity, this collective giving group also supports practices that are highly responsive to the cultures, capacities, and aspirations of grantees. The Fund is a volunteer-based group where countries of interest are decided and grants are researched, balloted, and voted on by membership.
P&G/ COVERGIRL: In 2004, P&G partnered with a diverse network of organizations to create the Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program (CSDW), raising awareness of this significant global issue and enabling others to help solve this problem. CSDW is the focal philanthropic program of P&G’s overall cause program which focuses on helping children in need around the world. To date, P&G has invested more than $35 million toward clean drinking water, and CSDW has delivered over 4 billion liters of clean drinking water.
SEGAL FAMILY FOUNDATION: is led by a small team with a proactive, informed approach to development. We strive to improve the lives of people in Sub-Saharan Africa by seeking out and supporting grassroots solutions that might otherwise be overlooked. SFF finds and funds the rising stars creating these solutions.We are most interested in reproductive health, food security and building the capacity of youth in the transition from formal education to productive adulthood. The foundation prefers direct involvement at the local level to ensure efficient investments that lead to sustainable solutions.
JP MORGRAN CHASE COMMUNITY GIVING: Chase Community Giving was introduced in 2009 as a new way forward for giving. It’s a program that lets fans of Chase Community Giving, and now Chase customers, vote to help determine where Chase donates millions of dollars. Since the program’s inception, nearly 3.5 million Facebook users have “liked” Chase Community Giving. In total, millions of people have helped Chase donate over $20 million to over 500 charities in 41 states, Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico. Chase Community Giving is part of JPMorgan Chase’s annual giving, which totaled more than $200 million in 2011.