Talent Beyond Boundaries is grateful for the many funders who have supported the growth and advancement of our work.
Our funders are pioneers and changemakers who are eager to be part of a global solution for helping refugees thrive.
Talent Beyond Boundaries has been privileged to receive support from governments and institutions across the world. We currently have a cooperation agreement with UNHCR and also receive support from multiple other entites, including the following:
The US State Department Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration provides aid and sustainable solutions for refugees, victims of conflict and stateless people around the world. The Bureau has provided Talent Beyond Boundaries with core support for its pilot project.
The World Bank is an international financial institution that that provides technical and financial assistance to developing countries around the world. The World Bank provided Talent Beyond Boundaries with a grant to support a feasibility study of revolving loan funds to facilitate labor mobility of refugees.
The TENT Foundation seeks to improve the lives and livelihoods of forcibly displaced people by funding direct assistance, investing in innovation and promoting policies and partnerships to help the displaced realize their full potential. The TENT Foundation is supporting Talent Beyond Boundaries' pilot project by providing funding for refugee job-readiness services.
Global Innovation Fund is a non-profit that invests in the development, rigorous testing, and scaling of innovations targeted at improving the lives of the world’s poorest people. Global Innovation Fund is providing support to Talent Beyond Boundaries to expand the learnings of TBB's pilot project by pursuing job placements for refugees into Morocco, and to document and share TBB's learnings with the international community.
The Roy and Patricia Disney Family Foundation invests in innovative solutions and community leaders to build a more just, equitable, and sustainable world in which all people thrive. It is providing general operating support to Talent Beyond Boundaries for its pilot project to catalyze labor mobility for refugees.
The Rockefeller Foundation is a world renowned institution that aims to "promote the well being of humanity" by investing in innovative projects that overcome social, environmental, health and economic challenges globally. It is providing general operating support to Talent Beyond Boundaries for its pilot project to catalyze labor mobility for refugees.
This is the family fund of Talent Beyond Boundaries founders Bruce and Mary Louise Cohen. It was set up in 2009 to honor the memory of their Ethiopian foster son. As well as funding the creation and ongoing operation of TBB, the fund has been used to start a pediatric oncology program in Ethiopia and provide support for girl's education in Africa.
Cameron Foundation gives to a range of charities primarily in the areas of health, education, human rights and disaster relief. It is providing general operating support to Talent Beyond Boundaries for its pilot project to catalyze labor mobility for refugees.
The Morris Family Foundation invests in projects and organisations with meaningful social, economic and environmental impact both at home in Australia, and internationally. We support innovative organisations that shape real and lasting change by building strong foundations for education and empowerment. The Morris Family Foundation is a private charitable foundation and was established in 2009 as the philanthropic arm of the Morris Group.
The IMF Giving Together is the IMF’s corporate giving program which supports employees’ giving back to the community, both locally and internationally. it encompasses: (i) staff Giving (previously Helping Hands); (ii) disaster relief appeals; (iii) management donations; (iv) grants to local and international charities; and (v) staff volunteering activities.