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Grant Funders

This page lists some of the amazing grant funders who have awarded IDV funds for its work around the world.


We are honoured to be a top ranked partner of GlobalGiving. Since we joined GlobalGiving, in late 2009, we've raised an astonishing £369,000 through its online fundraising platform.

GlobalGiving has also us awarded us a further £215,000 in grants to support our work responding to typhoon Haiyan in 2013, and the Nepal earthquakes in 2015.  

We can't thank them enough for their support. Read more »

The Project Solution

The Project Solution has awarded IDV grants for our work in both Haiti and Nepal.

The Project Solution is a US based, 501(c)(3) organisation which funds small projects that make direct impacts on the lives of those in need worldwide. Read more »

The Omprakash Foundation

IDV is a partner of The Omprakash Foundation.  

The Foundation is dedicated to building mutually beneficial & educational relationships between grassroots partners (like us) and volunteers, donors & classrooms around the world who can learn from & support their work. Read more »

The Vodafone Foundation

The Vodafone Foundation has supported IDV through the award of six separate World of Difference Programme grants.

The Foundation's support of IDV began in 2010 when our CEO, Andy Chaggar, was chosen from over 2,500 apllicants to receive a prestigious World of Difference International Award.   Read more »

Burners Without Borders

Burners Without Borders (BWB) is a grassroots, volunteer-driven, organization whose goal is to unlock the creativity of local communities to solve problems, and bring about meaningful change.

Founded after Hurricane Katrina, BWB has grown into a dynamic international organization made up of an army of highly creative volunteers. Read more »

The Evan Cornish Foundation

In 2011 The Evan Cornish Foundation awarded IDV £5,000 to launch our Haitian Scholarship Programme.

The Foundation was created in memory of the late Evan Cornish, a successful businessman, who passed away in 2002. The trustees utilise funds in Evan's name for the benefit of charitable activities, and to put something back into the local and wider community. Read more »