Global Philanthropy Project (GPP) is a collaboration of funders and philanthropic advisors working to expand global philanthropic support to advance the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) people in the Global South and East.
Established in 2009, GPP’s 22 member organizations include many of the leading global funders and philanthropic advisors for LGBTI rights. As the first international cohort of LGBTI funders, GPP is internationally recognized as the primary thought leader and go-to partner for donor coordination around global LGBTI work.
Global Philanthropy Project is organized through a core Executive Committee and a number of working groups, task forces, and advisory committees. GPP is a key source of strategic research and analysis for global LGBTI funders. GPP also plays a central role in convening philanthropists and human rights activists for opportunities to increase knowledge, skills and capacities towards expanding global LGBTI funding. These convening spaces include donor pre-conferences during regional LGBTI convenings, funder webinars, and report release events.
GPP is a fiscally sponsored project of Community Initiatives.
Images: 2018 Annual Member Meeting
The number of funders and amount of funding to global LGBTI issues will increase each year. GPP will provide a range of opportunities and resources to increase knowledge, skills, and capacity of GPP members and broader philanthropic and human rights fields.
GPP will provide a range of opportunities and resources to increase knowledge, skills, and capacity of GPP members and broader philanthropic and human rights fields.