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NGOsource is proud to be your partner in international philanthropy, helping you forge a better world. We are continually inspired by your dedication to bridging divides and empowering civil society. NGOsource was thrilled to join many of you at the Council on Foundations 2017 Annual Conference to hear more about your transformative work. Our senior counsel, Martha Lackritz-Peltier, reflects on this uplifting, dynamic event.
 
 
 
NGOsource Guide to Equivalency Determination
 
Interested in a more in-depth look into the equivalency determination (ED) process and NGOsource's unique role in this space? Get your free Guide to Equivalency Determination today.
 
 
 
LegalEASE: Notes from the Experts
 
NGOsource's legal experts continue to deliver the info you want to know about legal compliance in the international grantmaking world. Our July newsletter brings you introductions to public support tests and supporting organizations.
 
 
 
Impact Stories: Gender Equality in Mexico
 
This July, we bring you a double dose of impact stories on organizations paving the way for gender equality in Mexico. First up, learn how ED helped Semillas streamline administrative processes and spend more time providing strategic support to local women's organizations. Then, see how ED allowed the Simone de Beauvoir Leadership Institute to totally transform its work and impact.
 
 
 
Welcome to Our Newest Members
 
NGOsource's membership growth allows us to build a more robust and impactful repository of completed EDs. Our members benefit from one another's completed EDs, and our global reach continues to grow: NGOsource has processed EDs in 117 countries.

Please join us in welcoming these new members to the NGOsource community:
  • Charles Koch Foundation
  • Julian Grace Foundation
  • The Snider Foundation
Learn more about membership pricing.
 
 
 
 
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