Our supporters share our mission and advance it as an integral part of their business models and philanthropic strategies. We are honored and humbled by their generosity.

Partnering with Global Fund for Children provides corporations and foundations with a wealth of opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children who desperately need and deserve a better life. For information on how you can join us, please email Christine Burkhart, Director of Partnerships.

Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP is a leading global law firm providing innovative legal services and business solutions to individuals and institutions. Akin Gump has been a steadfast GFC supporter for more than a decade, providing leadership, spaces for meetings and events, and financial support, as well as pro bono legal and professional guidance.

Algot Enevoldsen Foundation works to build a more equitable future where everyone has an equal and better access to opportunities they need to realize their fullest potential. The foundation partners with GFC to support community-based organizations in Thailand that are empowering children and youth, particularly girls and women, from marginalized groups. 

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AMC Networks

AMC Networks, a global entertainment company, champions GFC’s work to build a world where all children and youth enjoy equal resources and opportunities in society and live free from violence, discrimination, and exploitation.

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AppLovin, a technology company that helps app developers grow their businesses, supports GFC’s work to build a world where all children and youth enjoy equal resources and opportunities in society and live free from violence, discrimination, and exploitation.

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The Avast Foundation, which works to remove barriers to digital freedom and empower digital citizens across the globe, supports the Spark Fund. This initiative invests in youth-led and youth-focused groups tackling injustice and inequality, driving transformational change, and building a more inclusive post-pandemic world by harnessing the power of digital technologies.

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The Bainum Family Foundation supports the wellbeing of children and families and strives to build a more equitable society. The foundation partners with GFC to support five community-based organizations and groups providing early childhood learning and development programs in Honduras.

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Center for Disaster Philanthropy

The Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP) leverages the power of philanthropy to strengthen the ability of communities to withstand disasters and recover equitably when they occur. CDP supports GFC’s Emergency Response Fund, which provides grants to local organizations around the world that are serving children affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Comic Relief

Comic Relief, a charity that drives positive change through the power of entertainment, is a founding member of the Funder Safeguarding Collaborative, which promotes collaboration, listening, and learning among funders and organizations to support and strengthen safeguarding practices globally.

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Comic Relief US is an American nonprofit using the power of entertainment, including the Red Nose Day campaign, to drive positive change toward its vision of a just world, free from poverty. Comic Relief US supports GFC’s Girls Experiencing Migration initiative, a network of community-based organizations that are committed to protecting the safety and rights of adolescent migrant girls in Guatemala, Mexico, and the United States.

Crosscurrents International Institute sponsors programs that help people have a greater awareness of other countries, cultures, religions, and political and economic systems. The organization supports GFC’s Emergency Response Fund for local groups that are helping children affected by war in Ukraine. 

Dorothea Haus Ross Foundation

The Dorothea Haus Ross Foundation partners with GFC to strengthen and support four grassroots organizations that serve children with disabilities and four that work to prevent child trafficking.

Dubai Cares

In partnership with Dubai Cares, GFC has launched a girls’ empowerment initiative in Central America, supporting a network of grassroots organizations in Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua. The aim of the initiative is to promote gender equality and advance the rights and opportunities of girls by strengthening the capacity of grassroots organizations in the region.

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Enkel Foundation promotes value-oriented philanthropy through service and grantmaking. The foundation supports GFC’s Emergency Response Fund for local organizations that are helping children affected by war in Ukraine.

The Estée Lauder Companies Charitable Foundation

The Estée Lauder Companies Charitable Foundation partners with GFC to strengthen grassroots organizations that are helping children and youth – particularly adolescent girls – access education and build skills for brighter futures.

GlobalGiving

GlobalGiving supports GFC by leveraging funding to respond to emergencies around the world, and by supporting GFC’s projects on GlobalGiving’s crowdfunding platform.

Grant Thornton

Since 2015, Grant Thornton firms around the world have devoted time and expertise to help GFC and its grassroots partners develop their capabilities and realize their vision. Grant Thornton offers advice and coaching on everything from strategic planning to financial audits, staff development programs, and more.

William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

Together with GFC, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation established the Juliette Gimon Fund for Courageous Leadership. Annual awards from the fund – the Juliette Gimon Courage Awards – will recognize innovative grassroots organizations that are positively impacting children in especially challenging contexts.

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The Kendeda Fund is a private grantmaking foundation that invests in transformative leaders and ideas, empowering communities across the US and around the globe to enhance equity, vibrancy, resourcefulness, and resilience. The Kendeda Fund supports GFC’s Promoting Youth Leadership for Gender Justice initiative, which brings together youth-led groups and networks of community-based organizations in Central America and beyond that are engaging boys and young men in promoting healthy masculinities and advancing gender justice.

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The LEGO Foundation is dedicated to building a future where learning through play empowers children to become creative, engaged, lifelong learners. It supports GFC’s Partnership to Educate All Kids (PEAK) initiative, which helps children who have experienced pandemic-related education disruptions access and thrive in learning environments that prepare them for future success.

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Lemongrass

Lemongrass, a software-enabled services provider, champions GFC’s work to build a world where all children and youth enjoy equal resources and opportunities in society and live free from violence, discrimination, and exploitation.

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Lingumi

Lingumi, a preschool education platform that delivers daily language lessons, supports GFC’s Emergency Response Fund – which provides grants to local organizations around the world that are serving children affected by the COVID-19 pandemic  as well as other aspects of GFC’s work.

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The National Lottery Community Fund

The National Lottery Community Fund, the largest funder of community activity in the UK, partners with GFC to support the Phoenix Fund, which provides emergency grants to Black, Asian, and minoritized communities across England that have been disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The National Lottery Community Fund also supports GFC’s Exploring Masculinities in England initiative and is a founding member of the Funder Safeguarding Collaborative.

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Oak Foundation

Oak Foundation, a family-led foundation that addresses issues of global, social, and environmental concern, is a founding member of the Funder Safeguarding Collaborative, which promotes collaboration, listening, and learning among funders and organizations to support and strengthen safeguarding practices globally.

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People’s Postcode Lottery, which enables players across Britain to win cash prizes while helping good causes, supports GFC’s Ending Violence Against Girls in West Africa and Educating and Empowering Girls in West Africa initiatives, which address violence against girls and barriers to education in Côte d’Ivoire, Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone.

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Porticus

Porticus coordinates the philanthropic endeavors of the Brenninkmeijer family business owners and is a founding member of the Funder Safeguarding Collaborative, which promotes collaboration, listening, and learning among funders and organizations to support and strengthen safeguarding practices globally.

Summit Foundation

The Summit Foundation supports GFC’s Changing Gender Attitudes, Empowering Girls initiative, a network of grassroots organizations in Guatemala, Honduras, and Mexico that are working to shift the gender attitudes of boys and young men as a foundational step toward girls’ empowerment.

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SuperAwesome

SuperAwesome, which provides tools for safe digital engagement with children, supports GFC’s work to build a world where all children and youth enjoy equal resources and opportunities in society and live free from violence, discrimination, and exploitation.

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Swedish Postcode Foundation

The Swedish Postcode Foundation, which carries out the Swedish Postcode Lottery’s mission of strengthening civil society, supports GFC’s Reducing Violence Against Migrant Children in Southeast Europe initiative, a network of community-based organizations that are increasing protections for migrant children and youth.

Tea Collection

Tea Collection led the way as one of GFC’s first corporate partners, having supported us for more than ten years. A globally inspired children’s clothing company, Tea supports our work through both company and customer donations, and by raising awareness about issues affecting children and youth worldwide.

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Texel Foundation

Texel Foundation, which partners with charities and social enterprises that promote health, education, social impact, and artistic opportunity, helps power GFC’s work to build a world where all children and youth enjoy equal resources and opportunities in society and live free from violence, discrimination, and exploitation.

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Tides Foundation

Tides Foundation, a philanthropic partner dedicated to building a world of shared prosperity and social justice, supports GFC’s commitment to gender equity through two key initiatives. The first strengthens civil society organizations that protect the safety and rights of adolescent migrant girls in Central America, Mexico, and the US, and the second works to combat sexual and gender-based violence impacting girls in Sierra Leone and Liberia.

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ViacomCBS

ViacomCBS, one of the world’s leading producers of premium entertainment content, helps power GFC’s work to build a world where all children and youth enjoy equal resources and opportunities in society and live free from violence, discrimination, and exploitation.

WE Trust

Through a three-year initiative, WE Trust and GFC are strengthening grassroots organizations in Bangladesh that serve children facing hazardous labor conditions.

Zyte Group, a web data extraction company, supports GFC’s work to build a world where all children and youth enjoy equal resources and opportunities in society and live free from violence, discrimination, and exploitation.

“From the start, giving back has been a priority for Tea Collection. We want to make real connections, and a real difference. It’s incredibly valuable to find an organization like Global Fund for Children that aligns with my company’s goals and vision.”
Leigh Rawdon, Co-Founder and CEO, Tea Collection

Global Fund for Children (GFC) UK Trust, created in 2006, is a UK registered charity (UK charity number 1119544). We work to generate vital income, create new fundraising opportunities, and raise awareness of the invaluable work of GFC’s grassroots grantees. Our aim is to extend the reach of GFC in the United Kingdom, Europe, and beyond.

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