Organizations Seeking Partnerships
Organizations frequently contact Peak Proposals requesting that we fund their projects or partner with them to submit proposals. Unfortunately, we have to turn down these requests. Our mission is to provide information and training on how to find funding, write grant proposals, and manage the grant process. We do not provide funding, and we are not in a position to partner with organizations.
To help organizations reach potential partners (e.g., volunteer grant writers and project partners) and possibly even attract the attention of potential funders, we've created a space for organizations to post information about their missions and partnership needs.
The organizations below contacted Peak Proposals and requested help finding partners. If your organization is interested in partnering with another community-based organization to submit a grant proposal, or if you are a grant writer interested in volunteering your time to help organizations write proposals, we encourage you to review the list below. If you are interested in working with one of the organizations, please contact the organization directly. (Before reaching out to an organization, please read the disclaimer at the bottom of this page.)
If you would like your organization to be listed, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide us with a brief description of your organization's mission, what kind of partnership you are seeking, and your contact information.
Enterprise Development & Governance Facility (EDGF)
Promotion of Sustainable Community Development Strategies
EDGF seeks project sponsorship. This could be sponsorship of one-off projects, or longer term, two-to-five year projects for community projects in the following activity programmes:
1. Small cooperative group grants to train and mentor women, entrepreneurs, and especially single mothers and widows in impoverished areas to improve and develop small businesses
2. To enable children from poor families to attend school, obtain primary education, and pay fees and school supplies
3. Vocational training of at-risk/disadvantaged girls/single mothers age 13 to 25 years on occupational/crafts skills for improved food security and community welfare
4. Water Environment Sanitation and Hygiene workshops and gravitational ground water construction projects
5. Adult literacy workshops and training in the communities
6. Improvement of farming systems, bee farming, agro-forestry, tree crop farming
Point of Contact: Gideon Njini, Chief Executive Officer
Phone: +237 677 439 468
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 5011 Nkwen Bamenda, North West Region, Cameroon, Africa
Physical Address: Ghana Street 2nd Storey building from Mrs.Ngen Junction Nkwen Bamenda, North West Region Cameroon
For see some of EDGF’s field project activities, please visit their website photo album at https://www.flickr.com/photos/76650892@N05/
Next Generation Youth Development Organization (Next Gen)
Next Generation Youth Development Organization promotes life-long skills training and learning among young people; helps develop, train, and change the mindset of our youths by providing vocational training centers in the deprived communities; and supports education for all.
Next Gen seeks to partner with organizations to promote youth development initiatives, youth empowerment activities, and poverty reduction in rural communities. Next Gen also seeks help in the construction of 100 modern-day vocational training centers.
Point of Contact: Mathew Sandy
Address: Formal S.L.P.M.B Compound back of P.S OFFICE, Tikonko road, BO CITY, SIERRA LEONE
For additonal information about Next Gen, please see the attached document, which provides information about the organization's history, vision, goals, and objectives.
Support Bridge for Students with Disabilities (SBSD) Tanzania
To support social and economic empowerment for students with disabilities through research, trainings, and collaboration with the government and other stakeholders.
- Partnerships between donor organizations and recipients
- Strategic alliance
- Funding alliance
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: +255659436265 or 0765309148
Address: P. O. Box 2821, Urafiki Flats along Morogoro Road Plot, No. 29363 Block L Room No. 09, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
SBSD works in the areas of health, education, livelihoods, and disability rights. To learn more about their work in each of these areas, please see the attached document.
FRATERNITE QUE VIVE L’ENFANT
Fraternite que Vive L'Enfant works in the areas of sanitation, environment, education, health, income-generating activities, children and orphans, the elderly, improverished women, agriculture, social and humanitarian activities, professional training, and HIV/AIDS.
Seeking funding for program areas and partnerships with other organizations
Point of Contact: K. Azanlédzi LOMH, Director
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 22890166231 ou 22897820321
Address: FRATERNITE QUE VIVE L'ENFANT, 17 BP 266, Lomé / Togo
Fraternite que Vive L'Enfant is an NGO officially recognized by the Togolese State, which issued the organization recognition of association under the N ° 853 / MID-SG-APA-PC dated June 23, 1995, a certificate of official recognition of the quality of development NGO under N ° 352 / MDAT / 2006 dated March 17, 2006. The NGO also signed a program agreement with the government in April 2012.
Alliance of Women Advocating for Change (AWAC)
To strengthen a unified, vibrant, national and sustainable sex workers’ movement calling for an enabling environment and scale up of access to health, social and economic wellbeing for female sex workers and adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) at high risk in Uganda.
The Alliance of Women Advocating for Change (AWAC) is a female sex worker-led initiative established in 2015 by champions of the sex-worker movement in Uganda. AWAC is seeking a partner organization to collaborate with to apply for funding opportunities and implement programs. AWAC's programs promote the meaningful involvement and coordination of remote and peri-urban based (e.g., slums, townships, landing sites, border and transit routes) grassroots initiatives led by female sex workers and adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) at high risk. Program initiatives work to overcome all forms of marginalization and vulnerabilities related to sexual and gender-based violence; criminalization; stigma; discrimination; poverty; and other forms of human rights violations fueled by criminalization and harmful cultural norms at individual, community, and national levels.
Phone: +256(0)392 8 81 454/+256(0)774 603 754
Mailing Address: P O Box 31762, Kampala-Uganda
Physical Address: Katwe along Entebbe Road, next to Gapco Petrol Station,
Website: http://www.awacuganda.org; Word press; https://awacuganda.wordpress.com/
Social Media: Facebook; https://www.facebook.com/awacuganda; Twitter; https://twitter.com/awacuganda
Integrated Family Care Support Uganda (IFACASU)
To improve the people’s livelihoods through participatory integrated interventions.
IFACASU is interested in identifying partners to meet fundraising needs.
Email: Mutagubya Godfrey, Executive Directo at email@example.com
Phone: +256 712297479 or +256 702184516
Mailing Address: P.O. BOX 908 Mukono
Physical Address: Room 25, 2nd Floor Mukono Commercial Building, Next to Satellite Beach, Central Division, Mukono District
Integrated Family care Support Uganda (IFACASU) is a local NGO initiated in 2002 as a Village Self Help Group (VSHG). In 2003, it registered as a Community Based Organization (CBO) with the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Community Development under Reg.No.MG/2003/14/005. In 2006, it registered as a an NGO with Ministry of Internal Affairs Kampala under Reg. No. 5830. In 2009, it incorporated as a Company Limited by Guarantee Non Profit making with the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs Kampala, under Reg. No. 110634.
IFACASU works in the following areas:
- Education supporting OVCs, youth, women, human rights
- Water, hygiene and sanitation
- Agricultural development and poverty alleviation
- Environmental conservation
- Social economic empowerment for youth in and out of school, adolescents, women, PWDS, PLHAs, KPs/PPs, minorities, and vulnerable and other marginalized groups of people in hard to reach and underserved areas in Uganda
To learn more about IFACASU work and history, please see the attached document.
To improve the quality of the life of vulnerable/disadvantaged people by enabling them, their families, and communities to meet their basic needs and to increase their ability to participate in and benefit from their societies.
We are looking for partners that can apply for funding on our behalf and source the same (funds) to our organization in Uganda. At the same time, they should be able to fine-tune our project proposals to make them fundable. We should be able to implement the projects in partnership, etc. We are focusing on water and sanitation, rural development, youth and women empowerment, girls' education, income-generating activities, environment, poverty eradication, and infrastructure development, etc.
Eden Garden for Destitute
Seon Ashram is a residential and rehabilitative centre for the mentally challenged, mentally ill, physically handicapped, aged, orphan school-going children, and infants.
Eden Garden for Destitute is seeking a financial partner to support their programs. For information on their programs and funding needs, please see the documents linked below under "addtional information."
Phone: +91 8197780884 or +91 9740181028 (Office)
Mailing Address: Gandibagilu Post – 574 228, Belthangady, Dakshina Kannada, Karnataka State, India
Physical Address: The Ashram is situated in a rural place called Gandibagilu in BelthangadyTaluk of Dakshina Kannada District in Karnataka State. It is around 90 Kilometers to the East of Mangalore, the district headquarters– reachable via Chickmangalore Road.
Eden Garden for Destitute has provided three documents about their programs, which you can review online or download. The documents are: Goals and Objectives, Project Proposal, and Review Report (2012 - 2017).
Disclaimer: We created this page as a community bulletin board to help organizations publicize their need for external partnerships. The information listed has been provided by the organizations. We make no claims about the accuracy of the information, the legitimacy of the organizations, or quality of their work. We have not worked with any of the organizations in any capacity and no endorsement of the organizations, express or implied, is intended by virtue of their appearing on this list. As with any partnership, if you decide to partner with an organization, we encourage you to investigate the organization thoroughly and get the terms of the partnership in writing.