We have already secured over €80 million in grants for more than 200 non-profit organisations and social businesses across the globe.
We map institutional and private donor prospects for your projects and compile a tailor-made research document with a range of potentially perfect matches for your needs. This service helps NGOs and social businesses working in development that want to broaden their donor base and raise additional funds. Our research covers a broad range of public and private donors for various development sectors anywhere across developing and emerging countries.
WHAT we offer:
We offer donor mappings for the following thematic sectors:
|Agriculture and rural development||Education||Social inclusion|
|Environment and natural resources||Health||Peace building|
|Food security||Women and gender||Research, Technology and Innovation|
|Energy||Children and youth||Humanitarian aid|
|Climate change||Governance and human rights||Disability|
|Economic development||Water and sanitation||Other|
In our donor mappings we cover the following donors:
We search for government donor agencies (like USAID, DfiD, NORAD, DANIDA, BMZ, ADA), embassies and the European Commission funding programs (like EuropeAid, EACEA, ECHO).
We search for grant-giving large and small family, community and corporate foundations in the US and Europe as well as in Africa, Latin America and Asia-Pacific.
We search for grant-giving UN agencies like UNDP, UN Women, UNFPA, UNICEF, UNHCR, UNESCO or UNOPS.
We search for (thematic and regional) donor funds across the globe like the Women’s Fund Asia, the AGFUND, the Global Good Fund, the Maypole Fund, or the Global Disability Development Fund.
We search for (I)NGOs across the globe that also run grant programs for other development actors like Hivos, XPRIZE, Voice Global, OXFAM, Concern, Save the Children, or the Red Cross.
We search for business incubators and specific accelerator programs and crowdfunding sources across the globe like GlobalGiving, StartSomeGood, InnoLabs, ABC Accelerator or Enpact.
Our research may cover all countries across the globe. Our prime focus, however, are developing and emerging economies worldwide.
What others say about us:
WHO is it for?
Local and international non-profit organisations of any size like CBOs, grass roots or large international NGOs in need of funding for their projects.
Start-ups or established social enterprises in need of funding support (like seed grants, product development grants, loans, equity funding, or technical assistance).
All kinds of private and public foundations that need funds to implement their own programs or simply need more funds to increase their grant-making portfolio.
Development practitioners, independent consultants or individuals of all ages with an interest in raising funds for development (e.g. for scholarships, fellowships, awards or prizes).
Universities, higher education or research institutes in need of funding for their programs and courses.
WHAT you will get:
You will receive the following documents:
Your donor mapping document with an overview of the chosen donors
The donor mapping is a PDF document where the selected donors are listed. Each donor is described on half a page and the following details are provided:
– website (URL of donor)
– contact details (address and name of contact person)
– thematic focus (overview of priority sectors of donor)
– countries (countries where the donor is active and has funded projects already)
– application procedure (information about application process)
A ranking template where you can rank the donors according to your internal criteria
This template will serve you well to rank and prioritise your donors after you have received our mapping document. You may chose your own internal criteria (e.g. donor location, funding volumes, etc.) and rank the donors accordingly.
The template is an Excel document containing the following sections:
– name of donor and website
– countries (drop-down menu)-
– focus areas/sectors (drop-down menu)
– application information
– prospect rating (drop-down menu low to medium)
– notes and action to be taken
A proposal submission work plan template as to develop who/where/when submits what
The next step in your fundraising cycle is to define a concrete work plan on how to approach the donors that you have ranked highest. The work plan defines all the necessary steps for ‘cultivating’ each of these donors until making ‘the ask’, that is developing the application documents.
The template is an Excel document which covers:
– name of donor
– calendar months and weeks
– definition of activities
– who is in charge
– which deliverable is needed
– and what is the status
A follow up coaching via Skype on the identified donors including tips and tricks on proposal writing
After we have completed the donor mapping, we arrange an appr. 1-hour Skype call with you or your team. In this call we will go through each selected donor, explain you in more detail what we have found out in our research process and also provide you with any insider tips we may have on specific donors. We will also share with you which donors we would consider most suitable for your particular project.
And you will have the chance to ask any questions of your interest (like application procedures or ideas on successful grant proposals).
Donor mapping 600 €
up to 30 donors, app. 20-25 pages
We screen ~500,000 donors for you!
Prices are in €, gross for net
Grant coaching and proposal writing services can be booked in addition.