Hosted by the GlobalGiving Foundation and launched with seed funding from a previous Foundation grant, Feedback Labs is a collaboration among fifteen organizations active in international development and philanthropy. The members seek to shorten the feedback loops between beneficiary populations, donors, and implementers to improve the way nonprofits, social enterprises, aid agencies, and private funders operate. In addition to staffing the collaboration, the grant will support the rapid prototyping and testing of at least two new feedback approaches, and allow Feedback Labs to explore turning the collaboration into a distinct legal entity.
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for the Feedback Labs project
Hosted by GlobalGiving, Feedback Labs is a collaboration among nine non-governmental organizations active in international development and philanthropy. The Feedback Labs partners seek to shorten the feedback loops between beneficiary populations, donors, and implementers to improve the way nonprofits, social enterprises, aid agencies, and private funders operate. This seed funding would help staff the collaborative effort, support the rapid prototyping and testing of new feedback approaches, and fund the dissemination of the most scalable models and tools for gathering and enabling better citizen feedback.
for projects to support international women’s organizations in the developing world
GlobalGiving (Washington, DC) connects donors around the world with small development projects across the Global South. In honor of Eleanor Gimon's upcoming retirement after 32 years of service, the Hewlett Foundation is providing a grant to the GlobalGiving Foundation, representing an allocation of $1,000 per employee for 114 employees and board members (plus an administrative fee of 15%). These funds will be allocated across a series of projects in international women’s organizations in health, empowerment, and reproductive rights in the developing world. The grant amount will be allocated based on employee votes to the projects.
for a project to develop a global unique identifier system for nonprofits
GlobalGiving is leading an effort to create a unique identifier system for nonprofits around the world. GuideStar USA is launching such a system in the US. This grant will help GlobalGiving as they coordinate among GuideStar, Foundation Center, TechSoup Global, and others, to determine the best shared strategy to build a global counterpart to GuideStar's domestic system.