Grameen Foundation


Washington DC,
United States


The Grameen Foundation works in impoverished countries all over the world to help the world’s poorest people develop skills and get the resources they need to reach their full potential. Grameen Foundation provides numerous services and programs to the ultra-poor in developing countries, altering their approach based on the needs of their clients. Since they were founded in 1997, the Grameen Foundation has helped millions of people in nearly 40 different countries.

Mission Statement: Grameen Foundation empowers the poor, especially women, to create a world without poverty and hunger.


Our Connection:

In-Kind Grant. One of the most powerful ways we can support our grantee partners is through words, telling the stories of their dedicated staff and courageous clients toiling every day to end poverty and injustice. SFF donates hundreds of hours per year to both our grantees, included in this list, and colleagues whose work we admire. Our director, Suzanne, traveled this summer with Grameen Foundation to Africa (Ghana, Uganda, and Zambia) to assist in collecting stories of impact in their use of technology to alleviate poverty in healthcare (prenatal, postnatal, and infant care), banking (mobile money transfers and remittances), and farming (mobile-phone applications for accounting, agricultural education, and market data).



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