Our community is the heart of what we do. We are representative of the greater field of global development, including nonprofit organizations both large and small, private enterprises, university departments, consultants, service providers, and individuals engaged with global development issues. We number close to 200 and we are engaged in work in over 100 countries, encompassing all sectors and approaches to development work.

Our community is comprised of our Tenants and our Members. Learn more about how they engage with us and how you can get involved.

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  • A New Dimension of Hope (Tenant)

    A New Dimension of Hope (NDHope) was founded in 2010 by Mr. Ebenezer Norman, while traveling in Monrovia Liberia. He found that too many children are missing out simply because they do not have access or the opportunity to go to school. Only 18% of children in Monrovia can read and write. Ebenezer grew up in a similar situation, and has a passion to make a difference. His vision is to see less fortunate children around the world have an opportunity to receive an education. View Website ››
    Countries: Liberia, Sierra Leone, Togo
    Focus Areas: Education / Schools
  • Africa Agenda (Tenant)

    Africa Agenda is driven by the need to change the one-sided narrative of African News. We use the Africa Agenda website, journalistic tools, and events, including the Africa News Matters website, as platforms for critical engagement and news analysis about the African continent. Learn more at www.africaagenda.org and www.AfricaNewsMatters.com.
    Countries: Global
    Focus Areas: Policy and Research
  • Africa Development Promise (Tenant)

    Africa Development Promise builds on and strengthens the collective action of rural entrepreneurial women through agriculture in East Africa. We champion the cooperative approach because of its principles of democracy, inclusion and solidarity – cooperatives empower members by promoting self-help and self-responsibility. When women can contribute their creativity, innovation and hard work, prosperity and independence follow, lifting entire communities out of poverty. View Website>>
    Countries: Uganda
    Focus Areas: Agriculture / Food Security, Entrepreneurship / Business Development
  • Africa in the Rockies (Member)

    Africa in the Rockies strives to is to increase social awareness and knowledge of Africa by providing information, materials, and services to local schools, libraries, media, and the community. By providing comprehensive information and networking opportunities, we hope to motivate individuals and organizations towards positive action and support of sustainable policies, as well as fostering an understanding and appreciation of a complex continent. View Website>>>
    Countries: Global
    Focus Areas: Education / Schools, Entrepreneurship / Business Development
  • Africa Network for Animal Welfare (Tenant)

    Africa Network for Animal Welfare (ANAW) is a Pan-African Organization based in Kenya that promotes humane treatment of all animals and the well being of communities living with them. ANAW-USA partners with ANAW, and others, promoting an all Africa agenda, sustained by communities for conservation, compassion, protection and responsible care of all animals. https://www.anaw-usa.org/
    Countries: East Africa, South Africa, West Africa
    Focus Areas: Climate / Environment, Infrastructure, Policy and Research
  • Africa School Assistance Project (Member)

    The Africa School Assistance Project (ASAP) believes that educating children, particularly girls, is fundamental to a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable future for Africa. ASAP is increasing access to education for children in poor, remote areas of Tanzania and is developing a Learning Improvement Initiative to enhance teaching quality and classroom learning. ASAP works in accordance with the UN Millennium Development Goals and our projects meet rigorous standards for sustainability cultural appropriateness. Additionally, ASAP leads groups of American volunteers to work on our school projects to create a cross-cultural understanding between Americans and Africans. View Website ››
    Countries: Tanzania
    Focus Areas: Children, Education / Schools, Women
  • Africa’s Tomorrow (Member)

    Africa’s Tomorrow assists African women in attaining higher education and cross-cultural experience to accelerate collaborative solutions for social and economic issues. View Website>>
    Countries: Africa Continent
    Focus Areas: Education / Schools, Gender Equality, Women
  • AfricAid (Tenant)

    AfricAid mentors secondary school girls in Tanzania to complete their education, develop into confident leaders, and transform their own lives and their communities. We equip girls to overcome challenges and reach their full potential because educated girls create lasting positive change. The outcome is resilient, proactive, and socially-responsible girls who secure better jobs, raise healthier families, and increase the standing of women in society. View Website ››
    Countries: Tanzania, Zambia
    Focus Areas: Children, Education / Schools, Entrepreneurship / Business Development, Gender Equality, Health, Technology, Women
  • Agile International (Member)

    Agile International’s mission is to return Western Africa to food abundance by empowering local women farmers and restoring the cultural wisdom that underlies traditional sustainable agriculture. We seek to break free from the endless cycle of foreign aid and food imports by producing nutritious food, generating enough income to support and educate children, and preserving the cultures and customs that create strong families and communities. View Website››
    Countries: Benin, Burkina Faso, Cote d'Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Togo, West Africa
    Focus Areas: Agriculture / Food Security, Children, Climate / Environment, Education / Schools, Water / Sanitation, Women
  • Alexander & Associates LLC (Member)

    Alexander & Associates LLC provides consulting and coaching for leaders and groups who intend to thrive in a world of challenging economic, social and environmental realities. We work with leaders, teams and entire organizations to provide confidential and effective strategies that address challenges without obvious solutions. Our clients tell us that we help them see new and broader perspectives that allow them to address real and underlying issues that block their success. Our focus areas include corporate responsibility and sustainability leadership, change leadership, adaptive leadership and executive coaching. As seasoned leaders ourselves, we have a special commitment to support the development of future generations of change leaders. View Website>>
    Countries: Global
    Focus Areas: Climate / Environment, Education / Schools, Entrepreneurship / Business Development, General, Peace and Justice, Policy and Research, Water / Sanitation
  • Amnesty International (Tenant)

    Amnesty International is an international NGO based in London focused on human rights globally. In-depth research is conducted on human rights abuses to investigate and expose the facts to lobby governments, companies and other groups to follow and respect international law. The Evidence Lab is a group within Amnesty International that uses innovative techniques to corroborate witness testimonies using open source information including video verification, satellite imagery and other remote sensing analysis, geospatial analysis, and weapons identification. View Website>>
    Countries: Global
    Focus Areas: Agriculture / Food Security, Children, Climate / Environment, Human Trafficking, Peace and Justice, Policy and Research, Refugees / Asylees, Technology, Water / Sanitation, Women
  • Beyond Our Borders (Member)

    Beyond Our Borders is a Special Interest Fund of The Women's Foundation of Colorado. Since its inception in 1999, Beyond Our Borders has invested more than 5,000 in US-based non-profit organizations working to ensure women girls in other parts of the world are empowered to achieve their full potential and participate fully in society. We have also built an endowment for future giving. If you are interested in joining Beyond Our Borders as a grant-maker or learning more about our grant-making process, please contact Lydia Johnson at The Women's Foundation of Colorado View Website››
    Countries: Global
    Focus Areas: Women
  • Black Fox Philanthropy (Member)

     
    Black Fox Philanthropy is a leading fundraising consulting firm amplifying the social sector’s impact via core strategy and services. As a B Corp, Black Fox Philanthropy measures the triple bottom line of people, planet, and profit.  Our core work centers around equipping global nonprofit leaders with the fundraising guidance and tools needed to tackle society’s toughest problems.
    Our mission is to mobilize significant resources to help solve complex problems on a global scale. We’ve worked with NGOs operating on six continents, helping to create effective strategies to attract significant and sustainable funding.  Our client list includes Posner tenants and members, and dozens of NGOs based in the US and beyond such as Kickstart, Splash, Pencils of Promise, Bridges to Prosperity, World Pulse, Ubuntu, myAgro, and SHOFCO.
    Black Fox Philanthropy is proud to be a Colorado-based company that is both woman-owned and a certified B Corporation.
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    Countries: Global
    Focus Areas: Children, Disaster Relief / Humanitarian Aid, Education / Schools, Entrepreneurship / Business Development, Gender Equality, Health, Infrastructure, Refugees / Asylees, Technology, Water / Sanitation
  • Bridges to Prosperity (Member)

    Bridges to Prosperity (B2P) envisions a world where poverty caused by rural isolation no longer exists. Our community-driven projects provide basic access to healthcare, education and improved livelihoods via footbridge construction. We build to educate by teaching design and construction both locally and globally. We build to innovate through developing and openly sharing solutions that are safe, replicable, and locally viable. And we build to inspire, by providing opportunities for leadership development and personal growth through international collaboration. View Website ››
    Countries: Bolivia, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Kenya, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Rwanda, Timor-Leste, Zambia
    Focus Areas: Infrastructure
  • Bryt Idea Consulting LLC (Member)

    Working primarily with cause-driven organizations, Bryt•Idea is a consulting collective that provides cost-effective brand and marketing strategy with an additional focus on process and systems optimization management. Our mission is to help cause-driven organizations optimize messaging, process and impact. View Website>>
    Countries: Global
    Focus Areas: General, Peace and Justice, Refugees / Asylees
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