Deal Share streamlines communications on prospective funding and collaboration opportunities by supporting members in identifying investable Social Purpose Organisations (SPOs) through the pipeline of deals across markets, causes and financing instruments. By doing so, Deal Share provides an avenue for members to deploy financial and non-financial capital in a more targeted and impactful manner.
Deal Share provides connections and channel members’ resources strategically to develop Social Purpose Organisations towards investment readiness through the Deal Share Platform and Deal Share Live sessions.
We train local residents to provide health support and events through technology. The primary beneficiary is low-income, rural people who live in communities >1 hour from traditional primary care.Read More
The project will support 500 children with deafblindness and multiple disabilities in 5 northern regions and provide individualized needs-based services for Education and Rehabilitation.Read More
The aim is to provide health education in schools and communities and access to healthcare through translation and patient advocacy to Burmese migrant workers and their families in Southern Thailand.Read More
Our aim is to provide a safe, affordable and scalable sanitation system that will primarily benefit village homes and schools in Indonesia and beyond.Read More
To ensure all children fighting cancer have a chance at cure through clinical nutritional care. This done through our program called #FoodHeals. Beneficiaries are underprivileged children with cancer.Read More
Lifting 1250 people out of poverty (economic, food, health, vocational skills, housing) and improving the knowledge of 18,000 people on key and pressing health and social issues in Môn State.Read More
HBI’s Adopt-a-School Project focuses on the total improvement of impoverished rural Philippine public schools and the improvement of the schooling children’s parents’ capacity to earn a more sufficient income.Read More
The Patient Care Management Project will cover Medical Action Myanmar’s costs of offering free medical services to approximately 8,000 patients from an extremely poor community in Hlaingthayar Township, Myanmar.Read More
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