Enabling Trust-based Giving: Building the Movement for the Asia Pacific Region
The AVPN Philanthropic Funds consists of Pooled Funds and Single-Donor Funds that provide unrestricted funding, allowing non-profit organisations to plug in the missing gap, enabling them to strengthen their capacity and capabilities within their ecosystem, resulting in lasting impactful change.
Scaling the Philanthropic Funds
Investing in relationships to build trust and foster innovation towards stronger organisational capabilities
Developing multiple feedback loops for an inclusive and agile decision making framework
Galvanising the network of cross-sectoral funders and resource providers to move capital towards impact in Asia Pacific
Types of Philanthropic Funds
Collaborate with other AVPN members and partners by pooling your funds together to affect impact at scale.
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Through AVPN's extensive network in various markets, we ensure that your funding is directed toward the most pressing issues, resulting in a high level of impact.
Every dollar of your funding will be 100% accounted for.
With AVPN's joint Monitoring & Evaluation system and due diligence process, we safeguard and ensure that your funding goes towards the right IOs to achieve their intended outcomes.
Through unrestricted funding, we aim to fund solutions targeting issues at various systemic levels, ensuring lasting and effective change.
We bring together different stakeholders from various backgrounds, be it to share their knowledge and experience, or to create touchpoints for our IOs, aligning them towards creating collective impact.
You often see emergency responses taking away a lot of time from people who should be focused on the responses because the healthcare that arises is so splintered, often duplicative. And collective action has a broader ecosystem signal, so for us we see that partnerships have a sense of impact at scale.
Director - India Country Office, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Our communities and small businesses continue to face enormous uncertainty and the disruption of the past year will have lasting impacts that must not be overlooked. We are pleased to announce the latest group of small business and nonprofit recipients through the KKR Relief Effort and we plan to continue these programs in order to be part of the recovery and resiliency our communities need.
Head of Global Citizenship, KKR
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has long believed in the power of collaborative philanthropy to mobilize capital and unite partners to achieve a common goal. We are happy to join this effort to respond to the COVID-19 crisis and strengthen primary healthcare services across Asia.
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Across the globe, Chevron is helping communities respond to COVID-19, with contributions towards medical needs, essential workers, education, food banks, small businesses and more. We are proud to support AVPN’s Philanthropic Fund that will strengthen the primary healthcare system and help build a more resilient Asia.
Chevron Eurasia Pacific Corporate Affairs
Small businesses are at the heart of every country’s economy and community. The impact of COVID-19 has reinforced the urgency of supporting SMEs and other impacted communities with their digitalization. With this Google.org funding, we are proud to support AVPN as they work with local nonprofits to help local businesses and impacted job seekers from underserved communities adapt and succeed for the sustainable future.
KyoungHoon Harrison Kim
Country Director, Google Korea
The more you work in philanthropy, the more you value the lens that other funders have when they look at the same situation, the same grantee, the same broader challenge in a particular context. And that learning is priceless. We try to put grantees and their wellbeing at the forefront and enable them to do their job better. Collaborative philanthropy facilitates that if it is done well because it reduces the burden on grantees to host multiple applications to multiple partners and to have one more streamlined reporting mechanism.
Head of Health, Vitol Foundation
Personally, I think it’s a really interesting way to engage. Often we are operating a little bit insularly in our organisations, and you’re trying to get things done and caught up in your own activity. It’s really great just to step back and hear from others about what they’re doing and benchmark yourself informally against where you’re up to. If we take this fund as an example, we can take some lessons from that and apply it to other philanthropy.
Regional Head, Macquarie Group Foundation - Asia