Organization Type: Network/Consortium

Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance (IRMA)

IRMA is a coalition of NGOs, directly affected communities, labor unions, mining companies, purchasers, and investors who have established a high-bar standard to drive more responsible mining: the IRMA Standard for Responsible Mining. IRMA oversees the standard and the related system for independent third- party audits and public reporting. Our mission is to protect people… Read more »

Curtis Park Neighborhood Association

Curtis Park Neighbors (CPN) is a Registered Neighborhood Organization (RNO) in Denver, Colorado. RNOs are officially recognized by the City, “to notify such organizations in advance of occasions when decisions are to be reached on certain matters affecting their neighborhoods; and to afford representatives of such organizations the opportunity to present the positions of the organizations… Read more »

Minnesota International NGO Network

Founded in the spring of 2005, The Minnesota International NGO Network serves to connect all international humanitarian and development practitioners and supporters based in Minnesota through education, networking, and information resources. Whether you are new to the world of international nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) or a seasoned veteran, MINN is your forum to connect with colleagues… Read more »

Rotary Club of Five Points, Denver

The Rotary Club of Five Points RiNo provides service-oriented professionals a place to meet and serve the youth and communities of North East Denver. The Rotary Club of Five Points brings together engaged business, community, and professional leaders who adhere to high ethical standards, build community goodwill and encourage fellowship and mutual respect. The Rotary… Read more »

OpenGov Hub

The Open Gov Hub network includes nearly 50 organizations and 300 people working from Washington, D.C. on over 100 countries around the world. Open Gov Hub was founded in 2012 to break through traditional silos between different sectors and organizations, and to catalyze sharing and collaboration needed to rise to the global challenges of our… Read more »

Society for International Development (SID-US)

The Society for International Development’s Washington Chapter (SID-Washington) brings diverse constituencies together to debate critical ideas, innovations, policies and practices, advancing equitable development. SID-Washington is the largest and most active SID chapter, an international network founded in 1957 to serve as a global forum dedicated to sustainable economic, social and political development. Through the locally-driven… Read more »

Rural Community Assistance Partnership

Ashley Zuelke cares about expanding economic opportunity and quality of life. As Research and Program Director for the Rural Community Assistance Partnership, Ashley Zuelke is focused on supporting a network of U.S. nonprofits that provide assistance to small communities so they can provide safe drinking water, sanitary wastewater, and solutions to aid economic vitality to… Read more »