The United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund is a United Nations program headquartered in New York City that provides humanitarian and developmental assistance to children and mothers in developing countries.
Ashoka's vision and understanding of the world comes from experience in pioneering the field of social entrepreneurship over the last 35 years—finding, selecting, and supporting the world’s leading social entrepreneurs (Ashoka Fellows). The network of more than 3,000 Ashoka Fellows is implementing system-changing solutions to human and environmental problems in 89 countries.
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The Topfer Family Foundation holds the philosophy that by inspiring self-sufficiency- particularly in individuals with limited economic or social resources - they could leave an imprint on their communities that would benefit current and future generations.
Their giving is focused on five key program areas: child abuse prevention and treatment, youth enrichment, job training and support services, children's health, and aging in place.
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Next Generation Yoga, a children and family based yoga company, is partnering with Africa Yoga Project to train their teachers in how to successfully share yoga with children. Jodi Komitor, NGY Founder, and a group of committed Yogis, called Team NGY, are committed to raising funds and awareness, as well as spending face-to-face time training AYP Teachers on the grounds in Africa.
The Open Society Initiative for Eastern Africa (OSIEA) works through two strategic priority areas critical to addressing open society challenges in the region: 1) participation of citizens and 2) human rights.
Lululemon's philosophy is that as a design-led company, curiosity is at their core. They are constantly thinking about how to innovate their process, gear, and social impact to elevate the world from mediocrity to greatness.
SoulPowered is a leadership development and coaching company on a mission to generate a movement of conscious, purpose-driven leaders and organizations that improve lives and empower change in the world.
We are a home and source for powerful, authentic, and extraordinary leadership development and coaching experiences. We are committed to supporting a world with greater opportunity for all. Through our collaborations we create thriving communities and empowered leadership across the globe.
We Want Peace (WWP) has a simple goal: To raise awareness on the fundamental principles of justice, equality, unification and conflict prevention through the power of music, worldwide. Spearheaded by the internationally renowned recording artist, actor, author and activist, Emmanuel Jal, the WWP campaign has gone from strength to strength since launching in December 2010. Kicking off the campaign, and in dedication to Southern Sudan's historic referendum, Emmanuel released what has become the world-wide music hit, “We Want Peace”. The up-tempo, feel good classic brings a sense of appreciation and entertainment to the importance of peace and security.
The Direct Aid Program is designed to provide financial assistance to eligible groups or organisations undertaking suitable small scale development projects. Projects can be in any sector (eg community health, education, small scale infrastructure, sanitation, rural development, environmental development, gender equality, conferences and training activities, and cultural and sporting activities) but must aim to alleviate basic humanitarian hardships, have a developmental outcome and be implemented within a relatively short period of time.
Microsoft launched the Upgrade Your World initiative as part of the global release of Windows 10, donating $10 million and more than $10 million in technology to 110 nonprofit organizations around the world.
Upgrade Your World resulted from Microsoft’s position that technology can be a strong force to drive impact, and that through technology, nonprofits have the ability to increase productivity, boost effectiveness through communication and better collaboration, and extend services to communities and individuals in need.