Counterpart International works with governments, universities, organizations, individuals, foundations, and corporations that are committed to building the capacity of the social sector. We believe that lasting results can only be achieved through partnership and collaboration. With our partners, we’re helping local organizations around the world improve health and nutrition, expand access to education, create peaceful and stable communities that are governed more inclusively, and strengthen climate resiliency.
Our funders provide resources and support that make our work possible and increase our ability to provide grants to local partners to reach more people in communities around the world.
As the lead U.S. Government agency working to end extreme global poverty and enable democratic societies to realize their potential, USAID has been a long-time funding partner with Counterpart and supports our innovative work to promote civic participation in some of the most challenging places in the world.
USDA is a leader on food, agriculture, natural resources, rural development, nutrition, and related issues. Our partnership with USDA over more than a decade has improved health and nutrition and food security in rural communities.
The ExxonMobil Foundation’s Women’s Economic Opportunity Initiative helps women in developing countries fulfill their economic potential and drive economic and social change in their communities. More than $120M has been invested in developing women entrepreneurs and business leaders through training, investing in research, and identifying and deploying high-impact technologies that accelerate women’s economic advancement.
Lilly Pulitzer was an American entrepreneur and fashion designer who designed her iconic brand and distinctive styles in Palm Beach, Florida in the 1950s. She founded Lilly Pulitzer, Inc. in 1959. In support of global women’s leadership, the Montgomery Mall Lilly Pulitzer store has generously featured the WomenLead Institute as its “Shop for a Cause” partner.
Vitamin Angels provides lifesaving vitamins to mothers and children under five at risk of malnutrition — reducing preventable illness, blindness, and death — to create a healthier world.