Brazil Foundation Annual Report 2018

Content Manager • 17 July 2019
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      Brazil Foundation mobilizes resources for ideas and actions that transform Brazil. They work with local leaders, organizations and a global network of supporters to promote equality, social justice and economic opportunity for all Brazilians.

      Despite the many social and economic challenges faced by Brazil in 2018, Brazil Foundation had a record-breaking year in grantmaking - with more than R$10 million invested in direct grants to 178 organizations in 23 states of Brazil.

     In its 2018 report the BrazilFoundation shares the most remarkable results and achievements, which include:

  • Donor Advised Program grew as they lowered the admin fees for donors. This program has been an integral part of the foundation's work, serving as a transparent mechanism for people and businesses to support an organization of their choice.
  • Partnerships allowed funding to reach more organizations, and impact to be multiplied. During a year where public funding for Brazil’s nonprofit sector was in decline, the growth in the partnerships showed that there are companies and individuals who are taking initiative to mitigate this. 
     
  • Galas are also important moments where leaders, influencers and philanthropists from across sectors connect for a common goal: to transform Brazil. This year they held their first gala in Belo Horizonte to unite a growing philanthropic community in Minas Gerais.
     
  • Instituto Doar was awarded for the 100 Best NGOs in Brazil and the Brazilian Association of Fundraising Professionals (ABCR) was awarded as the Organization of the Year for {abrace o Brasil campaign}. 
     
  • The foundation increased investment for startups.This year they funded 53 start-ups through the Community Innovation Award.

For more information, please see the report attached below. 


The content was originally posted on https://brazilfoundation.org/financials/#annual-reports

Photo credit: UNDP Brazil


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The views expressed in the blog and report are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect those of the SDG Philanthropy Platform. The SDG Philanthropy Platform is a global initiative that connects philanthropy with knowledge and networks that can deepen collaboration, leverage resources and sustain impact, driving SDG delivery within national development planning. It is led by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors (RPA), and supported by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, Ford Foundation, Oak Foundation, Brach Family Charitable Foundation, and many others.

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