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In its endeavours to fight violence against women and promote women’s empowerment across the world, the Kering Corporate Foundation establishes partnerships with local and international organisations renowned for their expertise on these issues.
Essential selection criteria include the NGO’s experience and expertise, along with the quality of its projects and staff.
The organisation’s nationality or countries of intervention are not regarded as determining factors; however the Foundation will support only one project at a time per topic in any single country.
The Foundation has also opted to exclusively support secular NGOs without religious affiliation.
The Foundation intends to develop efficient and durable partnerships. Concurrently with the financial backing formalised in an annual agreement, the partnership may also mobilise the involvement of employees. In counterpart, the NGO agrees to forward detailed progress reports on its project and on the use of funds granted by the Foundation.
Regular exchanges with the Foundation staff, e.g. during monitoring assignments, allow for efficient collaboration and open up opportunities for new perspectives.
If the profile of your organisation matches the Foundation’s selection criteria and you have a project in line with the Foundation’s goals, then you could be eligible for partnering.
All proposals for partnership must first be submitted for approval to one of the Foundation’s governance bodies, i.e. depending on its scope the Selection Committee or the Board of Directors.
Before submitting your proposal, you will be asked a few questions to determine the eligibility of your initiative and its possible scope of action: e.g. NGO Partnership, Employee Project, Solidarity Leave, Microcredit, Social Entrepreneurship, Awareness & Prevention or Brand Project. Depending on the characteristics of your project, you will then be directed to fill out a dedicated on-line application form. Click on “Submit a project”.
The general objective is to reduce the prevalence of marital violence in Antananarivo and to develop practical guidance and empowerment solutions for...Read the Project Sheet
The project intends to create and develop prevention programmes and long-term services to identify and provide support to women victims of domestic...Read the Project Sheet
The general objective is to fight trafficking and violence against women and children in Nepal, by: 1) Building women’s capacity. 2) Raising...Read the Project Sheet