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International Collaboration Fund

Overview

The International Collaboration Fund (ICF) is a grant program transforming how global development is done. The ICF funds innovative partnerships within the Posner Center community, leveraging the power of collaboration for greater impact.

The 2019 ICF winners have been announced! Read about the grantees and their projects here, and check out a special announcement on the Arrow Innovation in Technology award here.

Program History

The  Posner network of more than 150 organizations is diverse in its approach, geography, and reach in creating solutions to global poverty. The breadth of the network, combined with the Posner Center’s intentional capacity-building programming and shared resources, generates many possibilities for learning and partnership. Launched in 2015, the ICF catalyzes these connections, funding collaborative partnerships with the potential for measurable impact around the globe.

In the first five years, the ICF has provided more than $320,000 in funding to 30 projects in 12 countries worldwide. More than 40 Posner Center Tenant and Member organizations have partnered on an ICF project.

View a full list of funded projects by year:

2019 Announcement

2018 Announcement

2017 Announcement

2016 Announcement

2015 Announcement

Current ICF Supporters

The International Collaboration Fund is made possible by our generous supporters. 2019 supporters include: Arrow Electronics, Beyond Our Borders, CoBank, Green Fund, Harvey Family Foundation, and PB and K Family Foundation.

Want to support collaboration for impact?

The Posner Center is working to radically grow the International Collaboration Fund for increased impact around the globe. We’re looking for new individual, foundation, and corporate partners to join us in our work to create measurable impact. Email us at  to learn more about the program and how you can effect change.

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