Our charitable funds are portfolios of high quality projects designed to address the most critical environmental areas. They allow companies to take action, making it easy and efficient to finance high impact initiatives beyond their value chains.
Together with our impact partners we select high-quality initiatives that drive long-lasting positive impact. These initiatives are part of a portfolio of projects under a specific theme called an Impact Fund.
Impact partners are medium to large-sized nonprofits with large networks of locally-rooted initiatives or organizations. The impact partners have the ability to act as a grantmaker and strengthen their local partners' capacity.
Impact partners source projects and ensure that organizations receiving grants are vetted and comply with relevant local regulations. They also ensure that donations are properly tracked, both financially and from an impact perspective.
Milkywire monitors funding capacity & identifies a need to grow a fund.
Milkywire and the impact partner determine the best way to grow the fund based on the identified needs.
A sourcing process is initiated by Milkywire
Impact partners select relevant initiatives that adhere to the identified needs.
Milkywire reviews the suggested initiatives.
Milkywire approves and onboards the selected initiatives.
Unfortunately, Milkywire does not have the capacity to manage any unsolicited funding proposals. We publish information on our webpage and LinkedIn whenever there is a new funding opportunity with details about eligibility criteria and process.
Farwiza is an award-winning Forest Conservationist taking the fight against illegal palm oil plantations and unsustainable exploitation of the unique Indonesian rainforest and its wildlife.
Luke works to restore the overexploited native oyster reefs along the coast of the UK. These reefs are crucial habitats for hundreds of species and the oysters are critical for healthy, clean oceans.
Ali is an award-winning Conservationist working at a landscape level to save the Critically Endangered hirola antelopes and reticulated giraffes from going extinct.
We work hard to ensure that donations are used the best way possible. But we are only human, and things might still fly under our radar. Therefore, we encourage you to report any suspected irregularities, with full confidentiality.