Mars 2015 : The Office for Cooperation with Civil Society has issued a new report : 501(c)3 and issues related.
Thank you to the very kind participation of Jenifer Astone, Paul Margie, Traci Biswese, Odile Prévot, Delphine Halgand, Nicolas Hazard, Shelly Sundberg, Andy Carroll, Caroline Faucher-Winter, Hugues Chenet, Laurent Mellier, Francis Charhon, Jean-Paul Warmoes, Cathy Maher, Ken Tsunoda, Maggi Alexander, Corinne Servily et Joh Holm, the articles presented, either in French and in English will allow each reader to understand everything about how to create a non profit 501(c)3 in United States, the secrets of the Equivalency Determination, the solutions foreign structures can envisaged when trying to make connections with pears in United States, the experience of American Foundations working globally, etc...
A TREMENDOUS THANK YOU TO ALL PARTICIPANTS FOR THE ACCOMPLISHMENT OF THIS WORK THAT I HOPE WILL BE USEFUL TO MANY ACTORS IN THE NON PROFIT WORLD
The Office presents : American Foundations and Government Agencies Active in Africa.
25 U.S. foundations are presented (Carnegie Corporation, Firelight Foundation, Global Fund for Children, Global Fund Greengrants, Intel Foundation, Kellogg Foundation, Western Union Foundation, Bristol -Myers Squibb Foundation, Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, Family Care Foundation, Izumi Foundation, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Gildersleeve International Fund, New Field Foundation, Clarence Foundation, Disability Rights Fund, Flora Family Foundation, Fund for Global Human Rights, International Youth Foundation, McKnight Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, Exxon Mobil, Wallace Global Fund, United Nations Foundation) and two governmental agencies (U.S. African Development Foundation and U.S. Agency for International Development).
The report also includes updates of the actions in Africa carried out by the foundations detailed in the 2012 report "American Grants dedicated to French CSOs".
The Office invites you to also check out t: a practical guide on the U.S. foundations that have funded French NGOs between 2008 and 2012.
26 U.S. foundations are presented : Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, William & Flora Hewlett Foundation, Humanity United, Christensen Fund, Annenberg Foundation, Alcoa Foundation, Goldman Sachs Foundation, UPS Foundation, JPMorgan Chase Foundation, State Street Foundation, Ford Foundation MacArthur Foundation, Open Society Foundations, Arcus Foundation, Global Fund For Women, Andrew W Mellon Foundation, Coca Cola Foundation, Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, Alfred P Sloan Foundation James McDonnell Foundation, Medtronic Foundation, Broad Foundations, Amgen Foundation, J Paul Getty Trust, Florence Gould Foundation, Terra Foundation.
The Office conducted a study in 2011 Foundations and U.S. Environmental Protection: Challenges and Opportunities.
This study includes: major foundations involved in environmental protection as well as "small" significant environmental foundations.