Coalition-building and Collaboration

Building structures and creating opportunities to work more closely and effectively with partners and peers toward shared goals. This includes grants supporting collaborations, partnerships, alliances, movement-building activities, networking, conferences, workshops, trainings, and other interactions with people or organizations as a way to exchange information and achieve shared aims.

Regional Focus

Asia & Pacific

$18,727,932 (9%)
375 Grants (14%)

Caribbean

$1,061,213 (1%)
45 Grants (2%)

Eastern Europe, Central Asia, & Russia

$10,548,604 (5%)
253 Grants (9%)

Global Programs

$34,564,132 (17%)
166 Grants (6%)

Latin America & Mexico

$13,131,315 (6%)
348 Grants (13%)

Middle East & North Africa

$5,622,850 (3%)
104 Grants (4%)

North America

$73,982,478 (36%)
725 Grants (26%)

Sub-Saharan Africa

$27,529,070 (13%)
483 Grants (18%)

Western Europe

$36,930,731 (18%)
304 Grants (11%)

Regional focus includes grants going directly to recipients in the region specified and to recipients located in other regions for activities focused on the region specified.

Issue Focus

Freedom from Violence

$42,415,123 (21%)
554 Grants (20%)

Health and Well-being Rights

$28,360,237 (14%)
253 Grants (9%)

Social and Cultural Rights

$24,190,997 (12%)
263 Grants (10%)

Population Focus

Women & Girls

$66,197,213 (32%)
1,166 Grants (42%)

Children & Youth

$56,215,994 (27%)
601 Grants (22%)

Migrants & Refugees

$29,294,730 (14%)
287 Grants (10%)

Population Focus includes funding explicitly targeted to benefit specific groups and only illustrates those accounting for the largest shares of grant dollars or grants. See Methodology for details on how regional focus and population focus were determined and limitations.

Sample Grants

  • American Jewish World Service supported Youth for Peace in Cambodia to organize a conference on the Origin of Peace and Democracy in partnership with the Peace Institute of Cambodia.
  • Marguerite Casey Foundation supported Alabama Organizing Project in the USA to coordinate six member organizations to collaboratively engage families, develop leadership, and develop a statewide network for movement-building in alignment with the Equal Voice framework.