East Meets West Foundation

For A Conference On How Nonprofit Mergers And Acquisitions Can Be Used To Increase Impact At Scale

  • Amount
    $25,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    7/14/2014
  • Term
    11 Months
  • Type of Support
    Project
Overview
East Meets West is developing a new form of nonprofit organization—a family of innovation networks comprising strong, dynamic organizations. East Meets West uses mergers and acquisitions as a growth strategy to unlock the potential of organizations that have excellent leadership and programs but cannot find sufficient funding to drive their efforts. Its work focuses on clean water/sanitation and hygiene, education, and healthcare, all with an aim of improving outcomes for disadvantaged people around the globe. This grant would support a cross-sector conference this fall at Stanford to help build momentum behind this emerging strategy.
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1611 Telegraph Ave
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Oakland, CA 94612
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for a conference on how nonprofit mergers and acquisitions can be used to increase impact at scale  
East Meets West is developing a new form of nonprofit organization—a family of innovation networks comprising strong, dynamic organizations. East Meets West uses mergers and acquisitions as a growth strategy to unlock the potential of organizations that have excellent leadership and programs but cannot find sufficient funding to drive their efforts. Its work focuses on clean water/sanitation and hygiene, education, and healthcare, all with an aim of improving outcomes for disadvantaged people around the globe. This grant would support a cross-sector conference this fall at Stanford to help build momentum behind this emerging strategy.

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