Each partner highlighted below is well known to Moore Philanthropy. We have personally vetted and met with each of the organizations’ leadership and spent time assessing operations, management, financial management systems, and programmatic success.

  • Incubator Africa

    Incubator Africa (IA) is committed to influencing social and entrepreneurial reforms as tools for system transformation. Based in Lagos, Nigeria, they mobilize and equip reform entrepreneurs to collaborate and actively participate in transforming and challenging the status quo in 3 key sectors: Education, Health, and Governance.

  • Black Women’s Blueprint

    Black Women’s Blueprint (BWB) is one of few organizations committed specifically to ending rape against African-American and Black immigrant girls and women in Brooklyn. BWB first came to be in 2008, when our 49 co-founders, Black women primarily born and raised in Brooklyn, recognized the pressing need to invest in a ‘blueprint’ for political and social justice derived from Black women’s self-determination and autonomy.

  • Accountability Counsel

    Accountability Counsel amplifies the voices of communities around the world to protect their human rights and environment. As advocates for people harmed by internationally financed projects, they employ community-driven and policy level strategies to access justice. The non-profit organization pays particular attention to the rights of women, girls, and other marginalized groups.

  • Gbowee Peace Foundation Africa

    Founded in 2012 by Nobel Peace Laureate Leymah Gbowee, Gbowee Peace Foundation Africa (GPFA) is Liberia’s leading grassroots organization dedicated to building sustainable peace in Liberia and beyond. GPFA achieves its goals through comprehensive education, leadership, and community empowerment programming. GPFA is currently supporting more than 500 young people’s education through scholarships and a network of partnership schools.

  • New American Leaders

    New American Leaders (NAL) is leading a movement to create a democracy that represents, includes, and works for all people. NAL knows that the people who are most affected by issues like immigration, voting rights, and rising white supremacy belong at the table, using their lived experiences to help shape decisions that will benefit everyone.

  • Veterans in Global Leadership

    Veterans in Global Leadership’s mission is to train, mentor and empower student veterans on their path to becoming tomorrow’s global leaders. VGL is already the leading global leadership development program for veterans (enlisted and junior officers). This next generation of leaders is ready to address our nation’s current and future needs across sectors — public, private and nonprofit.

  • Spread The Vote

    Spread The Vote is an organization that obtains IDs for people who need them for jobs, housing, medical care, and, in states with voter-ID laws, to vote. They operate in Texas, Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia, and Florida to assist the 11% of the population (the 21 million eligible voters in America) who do not have the photo ID.

  • FACE Africa

    FACE Africa’s mission is to bring clean drinking water to some of the most remote areas in Sub-Saharan Africa, with a focus in one of the most challenging regions, Liberia. Every water system they’ve built to date is fully operational and providing safe water to communities daily. In May 2018, the FACE Africa team has distributed over 5,000 clean water filters in Rivercess County reaching 40,000 people.

  • Generation Citizen

    Generation Citizen works to ensure that every student in the United States receives an effective action civics education, which provides them with the knowledge and skills necessary to participate in our democracy as active citizens. They inspire civic participation through a proven state standards-aligned action civics class that gives students the opportunity to experience real-world democracy.

  • Jola House

    Jola House is a social enterprise committed to the empowerment of women and girls. Their mission is to transform the lives of vulnerable Liberian women through skills development and entrepreneurship opportunities. They believe that education is the key to empowerment. Jola House directly addresses the social and economic needs of vulnerable young girls and women through training, employment, and the sale of local products.

  • President’s Young Professionals Program

    The President’s Young Professionals Program (PYPP) of Liberia is a prestigious and competitive two-year program that recruits and places recent Liberian university graduates in important government roles and provides them with training and mentorship as they assume leadership positions within the public sector. The PYPP was launched in 2009 and has become one of Africa’s most competitive programs for leadership in public service.