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ACCION International

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Accion is a global nonprofit dedicated to building a financially inclusive world with economic opportunity for all, by giving people the financial tools they need to improve their lives. We are building the next generation of top-tier microfinance institutions, and for over 50 years have helped build 64 such institutions in 32 countries on four continents that today reach millions of clients. Our impact investing initiatives are pushing beyond microfinance to catalyze more than 20 innovative start-ups dedicated to improving the efficiency, reach and scope of financial services for the poor. And our Center for Financial Inclusion is helping to build a stronger industry with high standards and broad engagement. Currently, our work spans nearly two dozen countries, including the U.S., where we are the nation's largest nonprofit microfinance network.

ANERA

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Incorporated in 1968, Anera (American Near East Refugee Aid) is a leading provider of development, health, education and employment programs to Palestinian communities and impoverished families throughout the Middle East. Anera helps local institutions become more self-sufficient and effective in serving their communities. Every project is planned in consultation with the communities that ultimately benefit - an approach that ensures relevancy and commitment, and secures the long-term viability of the projects.

Action Against Hunger USA

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Action Against Hunger is a global humanitarian organisation that takes decisive action against the causes and effects of hunger. We save the lives of malnourished children. We ensure everyone can access clean water, food, training and healthcare. We enable entire communities to be free from hunger.

ActionAid USA

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

ActionAid works in more than 40 countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America, with over 25 million poor people. Our work seeks to create and sustain better futures by providing relief from disasters and conflicts, empowering women, fighting hunger, holding governments accountable, and making education accessible.<br><br>ActionAid works with coalitions of poor and excluded people from around the world, bringing their perspectives to bear on US policies that affect developing countries. We bring their voices into the American political arena and strengthen domestic support for changes in development policy.

Acumen

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Founded in 2001, Acumen Fund is a global venture fund that uses entrepreneurial approaches to solve the problems of global poverty. We seek to prove that small amounts of philanthropic capital, combined with large doses of business acumen, can build thriving enterprises that serve vast numbers of the poor. Our investments focus on delivering affordable, critical goods and services - like health, water, housing and energy - through innovative, market-oriented approaches. We believe that pioneering entrepreneurs will ultimately find the solutions to poverty. We use philanthropic capital to make disciplined investments - loans or equity, not grants -that yield both financial and social returns. Any financial returns we receive are recycled into new investments.

African Leadership

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

African Leadership works where trauma and poverty intersect. We build resilience in trauma survivors, local resourcefulness to start a journey out of poverty, and Biblical foundations for a culture built on respect for others.

Aga Khan Foundation, USA

Development and Relief Services (Grantmaking)

Mission:

Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) USA, established in 1981 is private non-denomination development organization which promotes social development in low income countries by funding programs in health, education, rural development, civil society and environment. <br>The Foundation's principal sources of financial support are grants and contributions from individuals, government agencies, and corporations and foundations.

Agape International Missions

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Agape International Missions (AIM) has served in Cambodia for 25 years and has fought trafficking since 2005. AIM has successfully reintegrated over 300 young survivors of trafficking. <br>Now, with 12 projects on the ground that impact over 10,000 people every year, AIM's programs are stopping the cycle of exploitation by preventing trafficking and rescuing, restoring, and reintegrating survivors. <br>Our goal is to defeat the evil of sex trafficking. This is done through a holistic strategy of fighting trafficking, restoring victims, and transforming communities.

Akshaya Patra USA

Development and Relief Services (Grantmaking)

Mission:

Akshaya Patra USA supports the mission of Akshaya Patra by raising funds and awareness for the school meal program. The Akshaya Patra Foundation is a secular non-profit organization in a public private partnership with the Indian government, which implements the world's largest NGO managed mid-day meal program. Akshaya Patra began as a pilot program feeding 1,500 children daily in five schools. Driven by the vision of its founders and Board members, today Akshaya Patra feeds more than 1.5 million in over 11,501 government schools in 10 states from 22 centralized and 2 de-centralized kitchen locations. Akshaya Patra employs 5800 employees to prepare and distribute the meals every day. We have set an aggressive goal of serving 5 million children by 2020.

Alexander Muss Institute for Israel Education

International Peace, Security, and Affairs

Mission:

Founded in 1972, The Alexander Muss Institute for Israel Education (AMIIE) works to provide a superior Israel education experience to learners of all ages in Israel and within communities throughout North America and abroad. The Institute promotes, builds and strengthens lifelong bonds between Jews and Israel through education, experiences and understanding. We offer a menu of exciting Israel education programs for teens, adults, Family and Bar/Bat Mitzvah tours, Jewish Day Schools, Community Groups and more. Our Israel education programs, taught by our renowned faculty, bring Israel to life for lay and professional leaders and learners of all ages. Every program offered by AMIIE will be customized to meet the needs and goals of specific schools and community groups.

All God's Children

Development and Relief Services (Grantmaking)

Mission:

Founded in 1988, All God's Children (AGC) is dedicated to the orphaned and disadvantaged children of Honduras. The ministry of AGC helped to build and create Hogar de Niños Nazareth, a refuge of care and compassion, where the children were given food, shelter, medical care, spiritual training and love. A sponsorship program was also developed to match caring donors with individual children. Presently, almost 200 children at Hogar depend on the support of this organization. Girls and young boys live together in Hogar's main facility, sharing the chores and learning important job skills such as sewing and woodworking. Boys ages 8-19 reside on a working farm, complete with crops, livestock and a carpentry and welding shop.

American Council on Germany

International Peace, Security, and Affairs

Mission:

Founded in 1952, the American Council on Germany (ACG) is an independent, nonpartisan organization which promotes dialogue among leaders from business, government, and the media in the United States and Europe. The ACG strengthens transatlantic understanding and coordinates policy initiatives on key issues in the post-September 11 world. Through its range of programs and outreach activities, the ACG anticipates emerging challenges relevant to the transatlantic relationship and encourages innovative approaches to problem solving. ACG convenes regular policy discussions, identifies future leaders, organizes high-level conferences and workshops, awards fellowships to American and German professionals, and publishes occasional papers on a range of transatlantic issues.

American Foundation For Children With AIDS

Humanitarian Relief Supplies

Mission:

Core Values we deliver:<br><br>Efficient and sustainable programs that promote self-reliance, with measurable results<br>Comprehensive services for children and their families/caregivers<br>Support in regions that are underserved and marginalized<br> <br>Mission:<br>The American Foundation for Children with AIDS (AFCA) is a non-profit organization providing critical support to infected and affected HIV+ children and their caregivers. Since 2005, in collaboration with our in-country partners, we have served tens of thousands of families in underserved and marginalized communities in Africa. Our areas of impact include: medical support, livelihoods, nutrition, educational support and emergency relief. <br><br>Currently, AFCA is transforming lives in Kenya, Uganda, Zimbabwe, and the Democratic Republic of Congo.<br> <br> <br>Hope is a spark that changes lives. AFCA provides hope to thousands of children in Africa.

American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem

International Peace, Security, and Affairs (Grantmaking)

Mission:

The American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem (AFEDJ) is dedicated to building peace from the ground up by financially supporting education and healthcare available to all in the Holy Land and raising awareness in the United States. AFEDJ was founded in 1988 as an independent, nonpolitical 501(c)(3) organization. As a partner to the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem, AFEDJ is devoted to respect, human dignity, and the inherent value of each person.

American Himalayan Foundation

Development and Relief Services (Grantmaking)

Mission:

The American Himalayan Foundation is dedicated to helping people in the Himalaya who are in need and have no one else. In these remote regions, people often struggle without access to schools or clinics, thousands of young girls are in danger of being sold into modern-day slavery, and traditional ways of life are disappearing. We focus on essential things that can, and do, transform lives - opening doors to education and healthcare, preventing girls from being trafficked, helping families become financially independent, building stronger communities, and keeping ancient cultures alive. Our projects are led by local partners and respond to the priorities of their communities, in a way that respects both tradition and innovation.

American Institute for Contemporary German Studies

International Peace, Security, and Affairs

Mission:

The American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (AICGS) strengthens the German-American relationship in an evolving Europe and changing world. The Institute produces objective and original analyses of developments and trends in Germany, Europe and the United States; creates new transatlantic networks; and facilitates dialogue among the business, political, and academic communities to manage differences and define and promote common interests. Affiliated with The Johns Hopkins University, AICGS provides a comprehensive program of public forums, policy studies, research and study groups designed to enrich the political, corporate and scholarly constituencies it serves.

American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee

Development and Relief Services (Grantmaking)

Mission:

Since 1914, the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) has given global expression to the principle that all Jews are responsible for one another. Working today in over 70 countries, JDC acts on behalf of North America's Jewish communities and others to rescue Jews in danger, provide relief to those in distress, revitalize overseas Jewish communities, and help Israel overcome the social challenges of its most vulnerable citizens. JDC also provides non-sectarian emergency relief and long-term development assistance worldwide.

American Jewish World Service

Development and Relief Services (Grantmaking)

Mission:

Established in 1985, the American Jewish World Service (AJWS) is an international development organization motivated by Judaism's imperative to pursue justice. AJWS is dedicated to alleviating poverty, hunger and disease among the people of the developing world regardless of race, religion or nationality. Through grants to grassroots organizations, volunteer service, advocacy and education, AJWS fosters civil society, sustainable development and human rights for all people, while promoting the values and responsibilities of global citizenship within the Jewish community.

American Nicaraguan Foundation

Humanitarian Relief Supplies

Mission:

The American Nicaraguan Foundation (ANF) was founded in 1992 to help the neediest sectors in Nicaragua in the areas of health care, housing, nutrition, education and sustainable development. ANF forges strategic alliances to procure quality goods and products, which are distributed to social service organizations that have been selected based on their effectiveness, transparency and spirit of service. ANF's programs include education programs, aimed at increasing school attendance rates and lowering drop out rates; nutrition programs, reducing the malnourishment levels and improving maternal and elderly health; health care programs, increasing access to quality medical care to reducing mortality rates; and housing programs, reducing the housing deficit to increase standards of living.

American Refugee Committee

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

For over 35 years, ARC has worked with refugees across the globe, in areas like water and sanitation infrastructure, shelter, primary and reproductive health, livelihood support, education, social enterprise and more. We work with people who are suffering through the most difficult times in their lives, reaching over 3 million people each year with lifesaving services. Our work takes place in Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, South Sudan, Sudan, Uganda, Somalia, Pakistan, Thailand, Myanmar, Jordan, and Syria, with emergency interventions deployed when appropriate. Our programs are as diverse as the people we serve, but they all work together for the same goal: to help people take back control of their lives.

American Relief Agency for the Horn of Africa (ARAHA)

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

American Relief Agency for the Horn of Africa's (AHARA) mission is to strive to alleviate the suffering from hunger, illiteracy, diseases, and poverty in the Horn of Africa, as well as help the east African community in Minnesota. The Horn of Africa has become the land of hunger, war, famine, and disease. The Horn of Africa is considered one of the poorest regions in the world, and ongoing droughts continue to plague this region. Long wars and ethnic conflicts have further complicated the already deplorable situation. The most recent United Nations studies estimate that 16 million people in the Horn of Africa are in urgent need of food and other humanitarian assistance.

Americares

Humanitarian Relief Supplies

Mission:

Americares saves lives and improves health for people affected by poverty or disaster so they can reach their full potential. Since it was established nearly 40 years ago, Americares has provided more than $15 billion in aid to 164 countries, including the United States.

Amigos for Christ

Humanitarian Relief Supplies

Mission:

Founded in 1998, Amigos for Christ is an international non-profit organization. Our mission is to serve, so that Christ becomes more visible by providing opportunities for missionaries and impoverished families to grow through life-changing experiences. We strive to develop rural communities based on a model that brings clean water and sanitation, health care, education, and economic opportunities to families. Each year, we host over 2000 missionaries in Chinandega, Nicaragua. Working side by side with the communities, we bridge language and cultural barriers and offer hope and opportunity.<br>

Asha for Education

Development and Relief Services (Grantmaking)

Mission:

Mission: "To catalyze socio-economic change in India through education of underprivileged children."<br><br>Founded in 1991, Asha for Education is a secular organization dedicated to causing socio-economic change in India by focusing on access to basic education. Asha believes that education is a critical requisite for socio-economic change. As of 2015, there are over 50 Asha chapters worldwide including US, Canada, Europe and India. The organization has more than 1,000 active volunteers and several thousand supporters around the world. Till date, Asha has supported more than 400 different projects spanning more than 24 states in India. Since its inception and till 2014, Asha for Education has disbursed around $32 million dollars which benefited thousands of disadvantaged children and youth.

Assist International

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Founded in 1990, Assist International is a humanitarian organization dedicated to relieving human suffering around the world by networking the resources in the world with the great human need that exists. We provide assistance and relief supplies such as food and medical equipment to the poor and needy in developing nations. We are also active in building family homes for orphaned and abandoned children, as well as establishing business enterprises to sustain the children's projects. Currently, we are involved in three major efforts: we address critical medical problems in major hospitals around the world, provide medical training seminars to hospital and medical staff, and provide relief and assistance to abandoned and orphaned children throughout the world.

Association for India's Development

Development and Relief Services (Grantmaking)

Mission:

The Association for India's Development (AID) is a volunteer movement committed to promoting sustainable, equitable and just development. AID supports grassroots organizations in India and initiates efforts in various interconnected spheres such as education, livelihoods, natural resources including land, water and energy, agriculture, health, women's empowerment and social justice. Founded in 1991, AID has 36 chapters in the United States, approximately 1,000 volunteer, has supported 365 projects, and has 100 ongoing projects.

BRAC USA

Development and Relief Services (Grantmaking)

Mission:

BRAC is a development success story, spreading solutions born in Bangladesh to 10 other countries around the world - a global leader in creating opportunity for the world's poor. What started out as a limited relief operation in 1972 in a remote village of Bangladesh has turned into the largest development organization in the world. Organizing the poor using communities' own human and material resources, it catalyses lasting change, creating an ecosystem in which the poor have the chance to seize control of their own lives. We do this with a holistic development approach geared toward inclusion, using tools like microfinance, education, healthcare, legal services, community empowerment and more. Our work now touches the lives of an estimated 126 million people in 11 countries. BRAC USA is a US affiliate created in 2007 to advance and support BRAC's global mission.

Back2Back Ministries

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Since 1997, Back2Back Ministries has been impacting the lives of children across the globe. Back2Back is an international Christian organization that is dedicated to being a voice for orphans. Through the Back2Back Child Development Model, they strive to provide holistic care to each child they serve, meeting spiritual, physical, educational, emotional and social needs that the children might overcome their life circumstances and break free from the cycle of generational poverty. Today, Back2Back provides care for today and hope for tomorrow to abandoned, orphaned and impoverished children in Mexico, Nigeria, India and Haiti.

Baitulmaal AHED

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Baitulmaal strives to aid the sick, aged, and helpless, children, orphans and widows, with plans to improve sanitation and prevent disease, to encourage social and domestic hygiene, and future plans to build, repair, and maintain schools across the globe. Baitulmaal is working very hard to touch the hearts and lives of people through its various programs and unique projects on the ground both here in the states and abroad. Our vision is to see people of all countries, leading healthy and productive lives above poverty level, and to bring a sense of security and hope for all.

Baptist Medical & Dental Mission International

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Baptist Medical & Dental Mission International (BMDMI) exists under the Lordship of Jesus Christ to evangelize the lost, disciple the saved, and minister to the needs of the poor. Since its founding in 1974, BMDMI has served the poor of Central America through short-term mission teams that offer medical-dental care, planting local churches, and preparing Christian leaders. BMDMI also operates Christian schools, children's homes for abused and abandoned children, a hospital and permanent clinics, and vocational training centers. The staff and 2,500+ volunteers of BMDMI have made Honduras and Nicaragua our mission field, caring for the body and soul as Christ calls us to do.

BlinkNow Foundation

Development and Relief Services (Grantmaking)

Mission:

The BlinkNow Foundation's mission is to provide an education and a loving, caring home for orphaned, impoverished and at-risk children. We also provide community outreach to reduce poverty, empower women, improve health, and encourage sustainability and social justice. The Foundation fulfills its mission by providing financial support and management oversight to the Children's Home and Kopila Valley School in Surkhet, Nepal.

Bnai Zion Foundation

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Bnai Zion Foundation, a membership organization dedicated to assisting those in need with humanitarian projects in both Israel and America, has been in existence since 1908 and has completed hundreds of initiatives for the people of Israel and for Jewish people worldwide. Dedicated to American and Zionist ideals, Bnai Zion strongly supports the significant, enduring tie between America and Israel and is forging ahead with its efforts toward the advancement of the physical and social welfare of the Jewish people.

Books For Africa

Humanitarian Relief Supplies

Mission:

Founded in 1988, Books for Africa (BFA) collects, sorts, ships, and distributes books to children in Africa. Our goal is to end the book famine in Africa. Books donated by publishers, schools, libraries, individuals, and organizations are sorted and packed by volunteers who carefully choose books that are age and subject appropriate. We send good books, enough books for a whole class to use. Since 1988, Books For Africa has shipped more than 35 million books to 48 African countries. They are on once-empty library shelves, in classrooms in rural schools, and in the hands of children who have never before held a book. Each book will be read over and over again. When the books arrive, they go to those who need them most: children who are hungry to read, hungry to learn, hungry to explore the world in ways that only books make possible.

Bridges to Prosperity

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Bridges to Prosperity provides isolated communities with access to essential health care, education and economic opportunities by building footbridges over impassable rivers. We develop and share engineering solutions that are safe, replicable, and locally viable. We provide educational programs that teach footbridge construction to reach the greatest number of people in need. We provide opportunities for leadership development and personal growth through international collaboration. We measure our success by the long lasting impact our training and bridge projects have on the reduction of rural poverty due to isolation.

Brother's Brother Foundation

Humanitarian Relief Supplies

Mission:

Brother's Brother Foundation (BBF) promotes international health and education through the efficient and effective distribution and provision of donated medical, educational, agricultural, and other resources.<br><br>Since it began in 1958, BBF has helped people in over 140 countries, working through and in partnership with local agencies that want to help their own people. Together with partners in the United States and other more affluent countries, BBF has provided over $4 billion in goods and services, that includes approximately 103,000 tons of medical supplies, text books, seeds and food that have touched many tens of millions with better health, education, nutrition, material security and hope.

CERGE-EI Foundation

International Peace, Security, and Affairs

Mission:

The focus of the CERGE-EI Foundation is to develop support in the United States and Canada for modern economics and other social science education in the transition and emerging economies. . It does so by providing research grants, teaching fellowships and scholarship support, as well as supporting graduate education programs at CERGE-EI and similar institutions. We promote economics education and research in the post-communist countries of central and eastern Europe including the former Soviet Union

CHOICE Humanitarian

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Founded in 1982, CHOICE (Center for Humanitarian Outreach and Inter-Cultural Exchange) Humanitarian is ending extreme poverty by focusing on sustainable village development. Our goal is to connect motivated villages to resources and tools to change their lives. By building skills, capacities and leadership of the villagers - the entire community brings itself out of the cycle of poverty. <br><br>Over the last 34 years, we have worked in over 15 countries throughout the world. We are headquartered in West Jordan, Utah with advisories councils starting throughout North America. Currently, CHOICE is focusing on 7 countries: Nepal, Kenya, Peru, Mexico, Ecuador, Bolivia, and Guatemala.

CURE International

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

CURE is a network of charitable hospitals and surgical programs that delivers life-changing medical care and the good news of God's love to children and families with treatable conditions.

Cambodian Children's Fund

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Cambodian Children's Fund transforms the country's most impoverished kids into tomorrow's leaders, by delivering education, family support and community development programs into the heart of Cambodia's most impoverished communities.<br><br>We believe that with the right education and support, one child has the potential to lift an entire family out of poverty and that a generation of educated children has the power to change a whole society. Through intensive, long-term investments in children, CCF is helping students build the skills, confidence and integrity they need to become the progressive spokespeople and leaders of change in their community.<br><br>Through our 6 core program areas - Education, Leadership, Community Outreach, Healthcare, Childcare and Vocational Training - we take a holistic, on-the-ground approach to developing integrated yet simple solutions to the complex issues of poverty.

Camfed USA

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Camfed is dedicated to the eradication of poverty in Africa through the education of girls and the empowerment of women as leaders of change. <br><br>Since 1993, Camfed has improved the learning environment of over 2.4 million children in rural areas of Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania, Ghana and Malawi and has trained over 19,550 Camfed alumnae to advocate for and lead change in their communities. All Camfed programs begin with an individual girl. By looking at the world from the individual girl's perspective, Camfed works to dismantle the hurdles in her way to obtaining an education and living a healthy adult life. Camfed achieves this by partnering with community members at all levels who help lead Camfed's program design and implementation. Camfed enables communities to solve problems, identify their own resources, knowledge and creativity, and supports them in creating an environment in which every girl is educated, protected, respected, and valued, and grows up to turn the tide of poverty.

Canvasback Missions, Inc.

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Canvasback Missions, Inc. was founded in 1981 to serve remote Pacific islands with urgently needed health care, dental services and health education. In partnership with the Republic of the Marshall Islands and the U. S. Government, Canvasback operates a Diabetes Wellness Center on Majuro Atoll. Canvasback also partners with the Governments of Micronesia to send specialty surgery and dental teams to their small State Hospitals. The objectives of these teams of volunteers are to provide healing surgeries for islanders who might otherwise not receive care and to empower the local health care providers. Canvasback has programs to involve American youth in service to the islanders. We are a Christian organization with an emphasis on demonstrating, rather than preaching the love of God.

Carolina for Kibera

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Carolina for Kibera (CFK) exists to develop local leaders, catalyze positive change and alleviate poverty in the Kibera slum of Nairobi. Driven by local needs, our collaborative network of programs advance health, education, ethnic cooperation, gender equality and economic empowerment, and equip leaders with tools to strengthen the community. We envision a Kibera where people are healthy, safe, and self-sufficient - a place where every person, regardless of their background, has a voice in their future and access to opportunities and resources to realize that future. We envision a community that finds strength in diversity and individuals that are empowered to pursue opportunities both locally and across the globe.

Catholic Medical Mission Board

Humanitarian Relief Supplies

Mission:

CMMB is a leading faith-based NGO improving global health care for the world's poor, by building healthy, sustainable communities through community engagement and partnerships. Now entering its second century, CMMB is committed to integrating and focusing its programming around saving the lives of children and mothers by concentrating on leading causes of mortality in targeted communities throughout Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. <br><br>Building around a new CHAMPS (CHildren And Mothers PartnershipS) model, we work at both the community and clinical levels in these targeted communities to strengthen health services and address the leading causes of maternal and child death. In addition, our volunteer program provides medical and business expertise for community development, and we engage with the pharmaceutical industry to help meet the needs of CHAMPS communities and in other areas around the world. <br><br>For more information on our work in the developing world and how we're working toward building a world in which every human life is valued and quality healthcare is available to all, please visit www.cmmb.org or email us at info@cmmb.org.<br>

Catholic Relief Services

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Catholic Relief Services was founded in 1943 by the Catholic Bishops of the United States to serve World War II survivors in Europe. Since then, we have expanded in size to reach more than 100 million people in more than 100 countries on five continents. Our mission is to assist impoverished and disadvantaged people overseas, working in the spirit of Catholic Social Teaching to promote the sacredness of human life and the dignity of the human person. Although our mission is rooted in the Catholic faith, our operations serve people based solely on need, regardless of their race, religion or ethnicity. Within the United States, CRS engages Catholics to live their faith in solidarity with the poor and suffering of the world.

Center for Global Development

International Peace, Security, and Affairs

Mission:

The Center for Global Development works to reduce global poverty and inequality through rigorous research and active engagement with the policy community to make the world a more prosperous, just, and safe place for us all. The policies and practices of the rich and the powerful in rich nations, as well as in the emerging powers, international institutions, and global corporations have significant impacts on the world's poor people. We aim to improve these policies and practices through research and policy engagement to expand opportunities, reduce inequalities, and improve lives everywhere. By pairing research with action, CGD goes beyond contributing to knowledge about development.

Center for International Policy

International Peace, Security, and Affairs

Mission:

The Center for International Policy is a nonprofit research and advocacy organization based in Washington, D.C. Our programs address the most urgent threats to our planet: war, corruption, inequality and climate change.<br><br>We are Washington insiders with an outsider's agenda. CIP's mix of former senior government officials, journalists, academics and activists brings insider's access, scholarly rigor and media savvy as well as the passion and organizing skills of seasoned activists. We advocate policies that advance international cooperation, demilitarization, respect for human rights and action to alleviate climate change and stop illicit financial flows. Our programs examine the policy implications of important issues, including the drug war, military budget, global financial integrity and climate change. CIP provides policy recommendations and analysis to decision makers in government, international organizations, the private sector and civil society.<br>

Child Aid

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Child Aid's mission is to create opportunity for Latin America's rural and indigenous poor through childhood literacy and education programs. We conduct reading programs in partnership with nearly 100 public schools in Guatemala. We provide critical training and one-on-one coaching to teachers and put books into the hands of thousands of children. Child Aid's literacy work provides the means for children to break out of poverty and build better lives for themselves and their families.

Child Foundation

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Child Foundation helps children in need, who have been identified as high achievers, to remain in school. Since 1994, Child Foundation has provided basic necessities to children living in poverty or hardship. By providing access to education, Child Foundation hopes to eliminate children prematurely leaving school, and, in certain countries, early matrimony. We believe that education can move a child beyond the stigma of poverty, and give that child the tools to reach his or her true potential.

Child Legacy International

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Child Legacy International is a Christian organization working in Africa to transform lives by providing opportunities that break the generational cycle of poverty and despair, and support each person's pursuit of their God-given destiny. Formerly known as Life Sowing Ministries, Child Legacy International (CLI) first began operating in Zimbabwe, Africa in 1987. Directed and founded by husband and wife team, Jeff and Karen Rogers, CLI has made great strides to bring opportunity to the people of Africa.

Childcare Worldwide

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

At Childcare Worldwide, our unique programs not only help feed hungry children and their families, they also help children receive an education that leads to employment. Our goal is to help children survive and succeed. Our mission is to build a bridge between concerned people in the West and children in the developing world, to help meet their spiritual and physical needs through a ministry that emphasizes education and is based on the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Children Incorporated

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Founded in 1964, Children Incorporated (CI) is an international organization assisting children of all races and creeds, administering to their physical, emotional, and educational needs. It is the aim of CI to continue assisting and cooperating with other organizations and institutions throughout the world which are dedicated to the maintenance, support, education and welfare of needy children, and the maintenance and education of young adults seeking higher education, enabling them to become responsible citizens of the global community. CI assists approximately 20,000 children annually, in approximately 300 projects in 20+ countries around the world.

Children of Armenia Fund

Development and Relief Services (Grantmaking)

Mission:

The Children of Armenia Fund (COAF) is a non-profit organization that uses community-led approaches aimed at improving the quality of life in rural Armenia, with a particular focus on children and youth. We work to ensure the development of healthy, educated, socially responsible and economically viable villagers and rural communities. In just 12 years, COAF has raised over $25 million dollars and implemented programs in more than 44 villages.

Children of the Nations

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Children of the Nations® (COTN®) is a Christian nonprofit dedicated to raising children out of poverty and hopelessness so they can become leaders who transform their nations. The organization currently provides care to orphaned and destitute children in Sierra Leone, Malawi, Uganda, the Dominican Republic, and Haiti. By partnering with local people, they establish Children's Homes (for orphans) and Village Partnership Programs (to benefit orphans and children living with destitute families or caregivers who cannot properly provide for them). COTN believes true, lasting, and meaningful change to a nation begins with children, so they are their mission. For more information, visit www.cotni.org.

Children's HeartLink

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Founded in 1969, the mission of Children's HeartLink is to save the lives of children with heart disease. We accomplish this by matching world-class medical volunteers with hospitals in under-served regions of the world to strengthen their clinical skills and organizational capacities in pediatric cardiac care.<br><br>Currently, we are working at 13 sites in Brazil, China, India, Malaysia and Vietnam.<br>

Children's Shelter of Cebu

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Founded in 1979, Children's Shelter of Cebu (CSC) exists to glorify God by demonstrating His love to the Philippines as we provide a loving, Christ-centered home with comprehensive medical, educational and placement services for homeless Filipino children. operates four homes for 85-95 abandoned, neglected and abused children in Cebu City, Philippines. CSC is about saving lives by ministering to each child holistically. We not only provide food, shelter and medicine, but also schooling, counseling and relationships that foster healing. CSC is an evangelical, interdenominational ministry.

Christian Blind Mission International

Humanitarian Relief Supplies

Mission:

Christian Blind Mission (CBM) is the largest international development organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with disabilities around the world. <br><br>In 2015, CBM provided life-saving assistance to 39 million people with vision, hearing, or physical disabilities in 63 countries. <br><br>For more than 100 years, CBM has worked with children and families with disabilities to deliver our holistic approach to care, including prevention, treatment, education, and economic empowerment programs. CBM offers long-term, sustainable solutions versus short-term fixes. We not only empower those with disabilities, but ensure their communities and-most importantly-future generations are able to break the cycle of poverty. <br>

Christian Freedom International

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

The mission of Christian Freedom International (CFI) is to help Christians who are persecuted for their faith in Jesus Christ. We are a nondenominational human rights organization providing aid, advocacy, and Bibles to Christians in areas of intense persecution. Our mandate is to reach the part of the persecuted Church that is the most repressed, at risk, and isolated. As a U.S. based, grass roots organization, we mobilize Christians in prayer, advocacy, and action on behalf of men, women, and children who are harassed, tortured, imprisoned, and martyred for their faith.

Christian Relief Fund

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Founded in 1971, the Christian Relief Fund (CRF) is dedicated to following Christ's example of ministering to human needs spiritually, physically, and emotionally, by feeding the hungry, healing disease and heartbreak, fighting ignorance and poverty through education and preaching the Gospel through word and deed. Since its founding, CRF has grown to provide child sponsorship, family sponsorship, and operate children's homes and schools in third-world countries. CRF sponsorship programs and homes provide food, clothes, medical care, schooling, and Bible teaching in 33 countries. Currently nearly 5,200 children are being sponsored in our programs.

Christian World Outreach

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

The mission of Christian World Outreach is to participate with the body of Christ in responsible evangelism, to bring dignity, self worth and encouragement through leadership development, and to meet the physical needs of people through humanitarian assistance. CWO was founded in 1979 and has grown to an organization that provides medical clinics, vocational training, leadership development, children's feeding programs, HIV/AIDS prevention education, AIDS orphan assistance, youth camps, educational libraries, discipleship, evangelistic outreach and more. In 2000, CWO expanded its programs to include work in Africa and currently in three African countries including Burkina Faso, Zambia, and Zimbabwe as well as continuing its work in Haiti.

CitiHope Relief & Development

Humanitarian Relief Supplies

Mission:

CitiHope International seeks to Promote Health, Prevent Disease, and Provide Cure to rural and underserved populations worldwide. Our strategy is to focus resources on a few major world areas to "make a world of difference for good." Since 1990, CitiHope has procured, shipped and distributed over $1 billion in medicine, medical supplies, nutritional and developmental resources worldwide. Our priority is to get the right drugs to the right patient, in the right dosage, at the right time, for the maximum impact in the lives of individuals and communities. CitiHope strives to uphold the values of stewardship, integrity and compassion exampled through concrete actions of people of faith.

Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America

International Peace, Security, and Affairs

Mission:

Founded in 1982, the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America (CAMERA) is a media-monitoring, research and membership organization devoted to promoting accurate and balanced coverage of Israel and the Middle East. CAMERA fosters rigorous reporting, while educating news consumers about Middle East issues and the role of the media. A non-partisan organization, CAMERA takes no position with regard to American or Israeli political issues or with regard to ultimate solutions to the Arab-Israeli conflict. CAMERA's combination of rigorous monitoring, research, fact-checking, careful analysis, and grassroots efforts have had a documented impact.

Common Hope

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Common Hope promotes hope and opportunity in Guatemala, partnering with children, families, and communities who want to participate in a process of development to improve their lives through education, health care, and housing. The organization was established in 1986 by the Huebsch family, who made the difficult decision to leave friends, family, and a peaceful lifestyle to see what they could offer the people of Guatemala. Since then, Common Hope has grown into a dynamic organization serving more than 11,000 Guatemalan children and adults living in rural and urban poverty. With Common Hope, more than 1,500 young adults have graduated from high school with the skills for professional careers, in a country where the average adult drops out before sixth grade and survives on several dollars a day.

Community Partners International

Development and Relief Services (Grantmaking)

Mission:

Build thriving communities in Southeast Asia through equitable access to quality health services for health and welfare.<br><br>We achieve our mission through partnerships that are driven by local organizations using contextually appropriate, evidence-based approaches.

Concern Worldwide US, Inc.

Development and Relief Services (Grantmaking)

Mission:

Concern Worldwide USA is a non-governmental, international, humanitarian organization dedicated to the reduction of suffering and working towards the ultimate elimination of extreme poverty in the world's poorest countries. Since its foundation in 1968, Concern Worldwide - through its work in emergencies and long-term development - has saved countless lives, relieved suffering and provided opportunities for a better standard of living for millions of people. We work primarily in the countries ranked in the bottom 40 of the United Nations Human Development Report. Concern implements emergency response programs as well as long-term development programs in the areas of livelihoods, health, HIV & AIDS, and education.

Cooperative for Education

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Cooperative for Education's mission is to help Guatemalan schoolchildren break the cycle of poverty through education. CoEd accomplishes this mission by implementing sustainable textbook, computer, reading, and scholarship programs in impoverished schools. Through these programs, CoEd strives to address the root causes of poverty in Guatemala, rather than merely treating its symptoms.

Coptic Orphans

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Coptic Orphans is an award-winning international Christian development organization that unlocks the God-given potential of Egypt's most vulnerable children through the power of education. Coptic Orphans works through grassroots partners and volunteer networks to strengthen local communities for sustainable impact. Since 1988, Coptic Orphans has touched the lives of over 45,000 children throughout Egypt. Coptic Orphans has offices in Australia, Canada, Egypt, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Crisis Aid International

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

The International Crisis Aid (DBA Crisis Aid International) mission is to assist in sustaining life, bring encouragement to those suffering and collaborate with other relief organizations in bringing necessary foods, materials and medicines to people in times of crisis, particularly where life and death situations exist. Additionally, we attempt to bring public awareness to these situations and to solicit citizen involvement whenever and wherever possible. All assistance and resources are traditionally secured in the country of need when possible, so as to develop relations with the local business people and foster a true spirit of cooperation.

Danita's Children

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Founded by Danita Estrella-Watts in 1999, Danita's Children/Hope for Haiti Children's Center rescues and cares for orphaned and impoverished children in Ouanaminthe Haiti, meeting their needs spiritually, physically, academically, emotionally. <br><br>Located in the northeastern area of Haiti, currently Danita's Children is home to more than 100 orphans. A school provides an education to nearly 500 children and 18,000 meals are fed each month through the feeding program. A church provides spiritual hope to the community through a congregation of 500 people. The Danita's Children's Medical Center currently under construction will provide for the medical needs of children in northeastern Haiti and the surrounding region.

Direct Relief

Humanitarian Relief Supplies

Mission:

Direct Relief is a humanitarian aid organization, active in all 50 states and more than 80 countries, with a mission to improve the health and lives of people affected by poverty or emergencies.<br><br>Nongovernmental, nonsectarian, and not-for-profit, Direct Relief provides assistance to people and communities without regard to politics, religion, ethnic identities or ability to pay. <br><br>Direct Relief's assistance programs - which focus on emergency preparedness and disaster response and the prevention and treatment of disease - are tailored to the particular circumstances and needs of the world's most vulnerable and at-risk populations.<br><br>Direct Relief honors the generosity of its donors by following a firm policy of full transparency in all of its operations.<br><br>This tradition of transparent, direct and targeted assistance, provided in a manner that respects and involves the people served, has been a hallmark of the organization since its founding in 1948 by refugee war immigrants to the U.S.

Doctors Without Borders, USA

Development and Relief Services (Grantmaking)

Mission:

Doctors Without Borders, USA (DWB-USA) was founded in 1990 in New York City to raise funds, create awareness, recruit field staff, and advocate with the United Nations and US government on humanitarian concerns. Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international medical humanitarian organization that provides aid in nearly 60 countries to people whose survival is threatened by violence, neglect, or catastrophe, primarily due to armed conflict, epidemics, malnutrition, exclusion from health care, or natural disasters.

ECHO

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

ECHO exists to reduce hunger and improve lives through agricultural training and resources. A non-denominational Christian organization, its international headquarters is located on a tropical agriculture demonstration farm in North Fort Myers, Florida. ECHO provides agricultural and appropriate technology training and resources to development workers in more than 180 countries. Among these resources is a large knowledge base of practical information, experienced technical support and an extensive seed bank focused on highly beneficial underutilized plants. ECHO also works to identify, validate, document and disseminate best practices in sustainable agriculture and appropriate technology. Finally, ECHO creates opportunities for field-based practitioners to connect with each other to share experience, ideas and encouragement. In a time of rising food prices, more women, children and men are facing hunger and malnutrition.

EMpower

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

EMpower - The Emerging Markets Foundation, connects the resources of Emerging Markets (EM) professionals worldwide with the vitality of local organizations in emerging market countries. Founded in 2000 by financial professionals from the EM community who wanted to give back to the countries where they did business, EMpower makes grants to local organizations working to improve conditions in their communities. EMpower UK was formed in 2007 when a group of London-based EM professionals wanted to add their resources and energy to the work being done by EMpower US. Recently, EMpower has incorporated in Hong Kong and is in the process of forming an Underwriting Group and a Board. Beginning in 2005, EMpower narrowed its focus to strategically invest in at-risk youth, aged 10-24. We provide funding and other critical support to organizations in EM countries that are working to improve the lives of young people.

EarthRights International

International Peace, Security, and Affairs

Mission:

EarthRights International (ERI) combines the power of law and the power of people in defense of earth rights. ERI has offices in the U.S. and Southeast Asia. We specialize in fact-finding, legal actions against perpetrators of earth rights abuses, training grassroots and community leaders, and advocacy campaigns. Through these strategies, ERI seeks to end earth rights abuses, to provide real solutions for real people, and to promote and protect human rights and the environment in the communities where we work. ERI is a group of activists, organizers, and lawyers with expertise in human rights, the environment, and corporate and government accountability.

Eisenhower Fellowships

International Peace, Security, and Affairs

Mission:

Eisenhower Fellowships engages emerging leaders from around the world to enhance their professional capabilities, broaden their contacts, deepen their perspectives, and unite them in a diverse, global community--a network where dialogue, understanding, and collaboration lead to a more prosperous, just, and peaceful world. Founded in 1953, Eisenhower Fellowships brings two groups of approximately 25 outstanding mid-career Fellows (aged 32-45) drawn from 49 different countries to the U.S. annually for an intensive, individually designed program in the fellows professional field. Fellows are identified by high-level in-country nominating committees and selected by a committee at Eisenhower Fellowships headquarters in Philadelphia.

El Hogar Ministries

Development and Relief Services (Grantmaking)

Mission:

The mission of El Hogar is to transform and empower abandoned and hopelessly poor children in Honduras by providing a loving home and education. Our goal is for them to fulfill their ultimate potential as productive, caring and independent Honduran citizens. At El Hogar, we find the most desperate children – the ones on the streets, the ones without enough to eat, the ones at most risk — and show them what a better future looks like. We give them the love, the support and the tools to help make this vision their new reality.

Endeavor

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Established in 1997, Endeavor transforms the economies of emerging markets by identifying and supporting high-impact entrepreneurs. Endeavor targets only entrepreneurs with high-impact potential. We scour a country for these entrepreneurs, help them break down a society's barriers to success, offer world-class strategic advice, and open doors to capital. With Endeavor's guidance, they become role models, encourage others to innovate and take risks, and create sustainable economic growth. Together, Endeavor and high-impact entrepreneurs change industries, communities and entire countries.

Engineering Ministries International

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Engineering Ministries International (EMI) is a Christian development organization made up of architects, engineers and design professionals who donate their skills to help children and families around the world step out of poverty and into a world of hope. Engineering Ministries International designs facilities (including buildings, roads, clean water projects and more) that directly impact communities by meeting physical needs and communicating God's love in a practical way. We partner with Christian workers, pastors, and other non-profits who have a vision to help the poor and preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Since 1982, we've worked on almost 800 relief and development projects in 80 countries. Last year, we worked on 74 projects, closed out many others and donated over 56,392 hours in services to our client partners.

Episcopal Relief & Development

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Episcopal Relief & Development is the international relief and development agency of the Episcopal Church of the United States, guided by the Episcopal Church's principles of compassion, dignity and generosity as we work to heal a hurting world. Episcopal Relief & Development reached more than two million people in over 40 countries last year. Rather than impose one size fits all solutions, Episcopal Relief & Development supports local, long-term initiatives that address poverty, hunger, disease, economic development and disaster response where the need is greatest. Our partnership with the worldwide Church creates opportunities to serve communities in some of the most remote areas of the world, as well as in urban environments where extreme poverty persists.

Equality Now

International Peace, Security, and Affairs

Mission:

Equality Now was founded in 1992 to work for the protection and promotion of the human rights of women around the world. Working with national human rights organizations and individual activists, Equality Now documents violence and discrimination against women and mobilizes international action to support their efforts to stop these human rights abuses. Through its Women's Action Network of concerned groups and individuals around the world, Equality Now distributes information about human rights violations; takes action to protest these violations; and brings public attention to human rights violations against women.

Esperança

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Since 1970, Esperança has been providing health and hope for the world's poor through health and development projects and a volunteer surgical program in more than fourteen countries around the world, including the United States. Our mission is to improve health and provide hope for families in the poorest communities of the world through sustainable disease prevention, education and treatment. Each project is unique to the needs of that community, and we partner with local trusted agencies and community leaders at each project site to ensure that programs are culturally appropriate and build capacity. Esperança provides long-term solutions that promote sustainability and empowerment of the entire community.

Faith In Practice

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Incorporated in 1994, the mission of Faith In Practice is to improve the physical, spiritual, and economic conditions of the poor in Guatemala through short-term surgical, medical and dental mission trips and health-related educational programs. Our mission is based on an ecumenical understanding that as people of God we are called to demonstrate the love and compassion that is an outward sign of God's presence among us. Faith In Practice's life-changing medical mission is to minister to the poor, while providing a spiritually enriching experience for our volunteers.

Family Legacy Missions International

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Family Legacy Missions International exists to connect American families with the orphaned and vulnerable children of Zambia to proclaim the gospel, transform lives, and rescue orphans. We accomplish our mission through our three main ministries: Camp LIFE, Father's Heart, and Tree of Life. Camp LIFE is a week-long camp held throughout the summer for orphaned and vulnerable children in Zambia, Africa. Each summer over 600 Americans come to Zambia for to spend one week leading a group of 10 Zambian children. A Father's Heart Sponsorship allows individuals and families to sponsor children and continue the impact in a child's life long after they return home from Camp LIFE. The Tree of Life Children's Village, located just outside the capital city of Lusaka, is a 130-acre community of homes for orphaned children designed to be a haven of hope and light.

Feed My Hungry Children

Humanitarian Relief Supplies

Mission:

Feed My Hungry Children (FMHC) helps stand in the gap to provide the things that needy, hurting people may need to survive and become self-sufficient. FMHC's humanitarian projects are committed to helping children and their families around the world. Our relief efforts are focused on: providing education, clothing, food, and medical help to school age children; providing health and nutritional training for families and parents of deprived children; helping communities through micro-enterprise and sustainable gardening projects; providing nutritious food to school children; engaging in community development projects to help impoverished families work toward self-sufficiency; and providing education, food, nutritional training, clothing, medical help, and other necessities of life to those in need, including impoverished children and their families.

Feed My Starving Children

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is a Christian nonprofit dedicated to providing nutritious meals to children worldwide. FMSC meals are hand-packed by volunteers and sent to an incredible network of partner organizations who distribute them to those in need. Nearly 1.2 million volunteers packed more than 333 million FMSC meals in 2017. More than 90 percent of total donations go directly to feed kids.

Fistula Foundation

Development and Relief Services (Grantmaking)

Mission:

Fistula Foundation believes that no woman should have to suffer a life of shame and isolation simply for trying to bring a child into the world. We are dedicated to raising awareness of and funding for obstetric fistula, a wrenching childbirth injury, in Africa and Asia. <br><br> We are the global leader in the battle against obstetric fistula. Last year, we celebrated over 25,000 women transformed by fistula surgery, and to date, we have awarded fistula treatment project grants working at more than 150 sites in 31 countries throughout Africa and Asia. <br><br> Fistula Foundation adheres to the highest standards in our financial management. We only invite grant request from proven partners, and our board and staff review biannual reports from the programs we fund. We are also dedicated to keeping our operating expenses low.

Focus Humanitarian Assistance USA

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Incorporated in 1994, Focus Humanitarian Assistance (FOCUS) USA is the United States-based unit of FOCUS. FOCUS aims to provide disaster mitigation and preparedness program in vulnerable communities. It also extends humanitarian relief and recovery following natural or man disasters. FOCUS helps people in need reduce their dependence on humanitarian aid and facilitates their transition to sustainable self-reliant, long-term development. FOCUS is affiliated with the Aga Khan Development Network, a group of institutions working to improve opportunities and living conditions, for people of all faiths and origins, in specific regions of the developing world.

Foods Resource Bank

Development and Relief Services (Grantmaking)

Mission:

As a Christian response to world hunger, Foods Resource Bank (FRB) links the grassroots energy and commitment of the U.S. agricultural community with the capability and desire of small farmers in developing countries to grow lasting solutions to hunger. RB engages volunteers to raise money for between 50-60 overseas programs a year. All of the programs focus on developing small-holder agriculture, often in the most remote and poorest regions of the world. We see agriculture as the solution to hunger experienced in much of the world.

Free Wheelchair Mission

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Founded in 2001, Free Wheelchair Mission is a faith-based nonprofit dedicated to providing wheelchairs to individuals with physical challenges in the developing world. <br><br>Headquartered in Irvine, CA, FWM works around the world in partnership with a vast network of humanitarian, faith-based and government organizations, sending wheelchairs to hundreds of thousands of individuals with disabilities who need a wheelchair, but can't afford one. We provide not only the gift of mobility, but of dignity, independence, and hope. <br><br>Our mission is "to transform lives through the gift of mobility to the physically disabled poor in developing countries as motivated by Jesus Christ." Our vision is to provide 1.2 million wheelchairs by 2017.

Friends Without A Border

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Friends Without A Border (FWAB) was established in 1995 to construct and to operate Angkor Hospital for Children (AHC) in Cambodia. Since it opened in 1999, AHC has provided free, compassionate medical care to more than 1.6 million children. Working closely with Cambodia's Ministry of Health, AHC is recognized as an official teaching hospital and is the largest facility outside of the capital providing anti-retroviral treatment to HIV/AIDS patients. <br>In 2011, FWAB expanded its impact by supporting The Lake Clinic (TLC), a boat-based health delivery organization which serves the deprived floating village populations on Cambodia's Tonle Sap, Southeast Asia's largest lake. <br>In 2013, AHC achieved the longstanding goal of becoming independent. While continuing financial support to AHC and TLC, FWAB opened Lao Friends Hospital for Children in Luang Prabang, Lao PDR in February 2015, with an aim to replicate the successful model of Treatment + Education + Prevention achieved at AHC.

Friends of the Israel Defense Forces

International Peace, Security, and Affairs (Grantmaking)

Mission:

Established in 1981, Friends of the Israel Defense Forces (FIDF) mission is to offer educational, cultural, recreational, social services programs, and facilities that provide hope, purpose, and life-changing support for the soldiers who protect Israel and Jews worldwide.<br><br>The strength of the IDF, which has been guarding the State of Israel since it declared independence in 1948, derives from the selfless determination and great capabilities of the young men and women who form it. At the tender age of 18, most Israelis are drafted into the IDF. They bear the difficult tasks of defending Israel's borders and guaranteeing the safety of its people. <br><br>The Israeli government is responsible for training IDF soldiers and providing them with the necessary tools for their service. FIDF is committed to providing these soldiers with love, support, and care in an effort to ease the burden they carry.<br>

Friendship Bridge

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Friendship Bridge's mission is to provide microcredit, education, and health services to Guatemalan women so that they can create their own solutions to poverty for themselves, their families, and their communities.<br><br>Our vision is of a world in which empowered women choose their own path. Friendship Bridge (FB) has designed our Microcredit Plus program to ensure that it is accessible, relevant, and resonant to our target population -- women. We offer microcredit, education, and health services only to women, and we work in the rural areas using the local indigenous languages (of which there are over 20).

Giving Children Hope

Humanitarian Relief Supplies

Mission:

Giving Children Hope is a faith-based partner providing sustainable hope through wellness programs and disaster response in collaboration with local and global communities. We do this through the gathering and giving of Basic Needs, Nutritional Foods & Medical Resources.

Gleanings For The Hungry

Humanitarian Relief Supplies

Mission:

Gleanings For The Hungry partners with other mission organizations in approximately 40 nations by providing food products to distribute along with the message of the Gospel. In addition to dried fruit and soup mix, we often provide beans, rice, cereal, and energy bars. We offer a Discipleship Training School each fall, including an outreach trip for a hands on experience with the distribution of food and the Gospel to those in need.

Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance (GAIA) was founded in June 2000 in response to the global HIV/AIDS epidemic. GAIA provides basic health services, targeting prevention, care, and support in communities affected by HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria in Africa. We currently work in Malawi, a small country located in Sub-Saharan Africa at the epicenter of the global HIV/AIDS epidemic where 44,000 people die of AIDS-related illnesses each year and over 610,000 children have been orphaned because of the disease. In total, over one million of the 16 million people in Malawi are orphaned children.<br><br>GAIA focuses on three main principles: Empowering Communities, Raising the Status of Women, and Building Healthcare Capacity. We implement these principles through the Nursing Scholarship Fund, the Elizabeth Taylor Mobile Health Clinics, and GAIA Villages (providing one-on-one care, education, and HIV prevention to rural villagers, especially orphans and those who are ill).

Global Greengrants Fund

Development and Relief Services (Grantmaking)

Mission:

Founded in 1993 to support grassroots projects and policy for social environmental justice around the world, Global Greengrants Fund works through networks of over 120 on-the-ground volunteer advisors to locate dynamic, effective projects in environmental justice, preservation, and policy; by year-end 2010 Greengrants will have donated $24 million to 129 developing countries. The fund aims to serve the poorest countries of the world. Poor, rural and indigenous communities not only suffer most the consequences of shifts in rainfall, rising seas, and increased climate variability, they are also the most vulnerable due to economic and environmental policies of the countries in which they live.

Global Health Ministries

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Established in 1987, Global Health Ministries (GHM) continues the healing ministry of Jesus Christ by enhancing health care programs of Lutheran churches in other countries. GHM funds approved health care projects, scholarships, support for charity patients, capital improvements, and development of appropriate technology. In addition, GHM gathers and ships useful donated health care equipment and supplies to various countries; communicates to groups and congregations the opportunities and needs of the church's overseas health care programs; prays for the church's health care missionaries and those they serve; recruits nurses, dentists, doctors, surgeons, and allied workers for overseas service in training and consultation missions; and advises synods and other groups on health care mission issues.

Global Minnesota

International Peace, Security, and Affairs

Mission:

The mission of Global Minnesota, formerly Minnesota International Center, is to promote international understanding and engagement: we educate, we inspire, and we provide enriching experiences. We are committed to serving Minnesota from a foundation built on the following core values: trust, collaboration, global competency, nonpartisan, intercultural communication, hospitality, and stewardship. From the 2nd grader to the CEO, Global Minnesota connects individuals, organizations, and communities to the world. Through a unique lineup of programs offered from the Twin Cities to Greater Minnesota, Global Minnesota takes relevant and timely information on international issues, foreign policy, and cultural topics, and provides the space and opportunity for Minnesotans to engage and discuss.

GlobalGiving

Development and Relief Services (Grantmaking)

Mission:

GlobalGiving is the first and largest global crowdfunding community that connects vetted nonprofits, donors, and companies in nearly every country around the world. Our mission is to transform aid and philanthropy to accelerate community-led change. We make it possible for you to support local projects in 170 countries, giving nonprofits access to the funding, tools, and training they need to become more effective and to make our world a better place. When disasters strike, GlobalGiving quickly delivers funds to community-led organizations that are best-suited to provide relief and long-term recovery.

Globus Relief

Humanitarian Relief Supplies

Mission:

Globus Relief was founded in 1996 by successful business entrepreneurs devoted to helping those in need, with a mission to redirect useable health resources locally and globally. Globus Relief is a major force for good, creating a reliable humanitarian supply chain that has provided over $200 million worth of soft medical goods, instrumentation, medical equipment and other health related products. From our inception, Globus Relief has sought to cooperate, rather than compete, with other charities. Corporate and Business partnerships allow us to redirect humanitarian resources to charity partners, enabling them to provide improved healthcare services more effectively, and leverage expenses so more can be accomplished. As a result, our mission has impacted over 100 countries worldwide, partnering with over 500 charities and servicing over 12,000 projects worldwide.

Grassroot Soccer

Development and Relief Services

Mission:

Grassroot Soccer (GRS) is an international adolescent health organization that educates, inspires and mobilizes youth in developing countries to overcome their greatest health challenges and live healthier, more productive lives. GRS uses the power of soccer to connect young people with the mentors, information, and health services they need to thrive, and empowers adolescents to make educated choices about pressing health challenges such as HIV/AIDS, sexual health, gender-based violence, and malaria. GRS's evidence-based programs, led by trained local mentors (Caring Coaches), incorporate soccer into dynamic lessons about health and wellness that engage young people and break down cultural barriers. With proven results and a constant focus on research and innovation, GRS has reached over 2 million young people in nearly 50 countries with adolescent-friendly health education.

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