Grameen Foundation’s corporate partnerships are a key driver in our work to break the cycle of poverty for the world’s poorest, especially women, through access to microfinance and technology. We have a long history of developing unique, mutually beneficial relationships with a wide range of corporations. There are a number of the ways your company can get involved with Grameen Foundation and become part of the solution:
You can support Grameen Foundation by making an annual gift, matching gift or project grant, or by sponsoring an event or program. We can work with you to develop a credible, engaging relationship that makes a positive impression on your clients, employees and the communities where you operate.
Employee Engagement Program
By participating in our Employee Engagement Program through the creation of a "Grameen Giving Circle," your employees will grow their knowledge about global poverty and take action to help end it. With a dedicated Grameen Foundation team member by your side, we'll develop a program that best fits your needs and the needs of your employees. Click here to learn more.
The Bankers without Borders® volunteer initiative taps the skills of working professionals through short-term volunteer projects that support microfinance and technology for development solutions around the globe. We can work with you to develop skill-based volunteer programs or sabbaticals for your employees that leverage their unique talents and experiences while helping you improve employee morale, worker skills and productivity.
We greatly appreciate in-kind donations of products and services. We work with our local partners and microfinance institutions to identify communities and programs that need them most.
Become a Corporate Donor
We welcome the opportunity to talk with corporations about our work and possible collaboration opportunities that demonstrate a commitment to global citizenship by improving lives around the world.
Please contact us:
Attn: Corporate Relations
1400 K Street NW, Suite 550
Washington, DC 20005
development [at] grameenfoundation.org