Lorinet Foundation partners with the following institutions:
The Asia-Pacific Network for Early Childhood (ARNEC) is a network established to build strong partnerships across sectors and different disciplines, organizations, agencies and institutions in the Asia-Pacific region to advance the agenda on and investment in Early Childhood.
Ashoka builds and cultivates a community of change leaders and change makers across the globe. They collaborate to transform institutions and cultures worldwide so they support change making for the good of society.
Asia Philanthropy Circle (APC) is a membership-based platform for philanthropists to exchange, coordinate and collaborate, to advance a better Asia. Founded in 2015 by philanthropists for philanthropists, the mission is to accelerate private action for the public good by addressing systemic challenges through collaborative philanthropy.
AVPN is a unique funders’ network based in Singapore committed to building a vibrant and high impact philanthropy and social investment community across Asia.
Bookbridge builds business and leadership skills through experiential learning. In their Capability Programs, candidates from the Global North join hands with talents from the Global South to learn state-of-the-art business skills and develop as responsible leaders while creating community-based learning centers as tangible social enterprises.
Community Chest is a fund-raising and engagement arm of the National Council of Social Service (NCSS). Their role is to raise funds for the Singapore’s many social service organisations so that they care for and serve those in need. Their model focuses on raising funds from the community for the community in need.
Gerhub is a nonprofit social enterprise working with universities and institutions globally in the fields of architecture, design, and engineering to seek innovative and creative solutions to some of the most pressing issues in the ger areas of Ulaanbaatar. Through their projects they research and develop efficient, low-cost products and services for ger area communities.
The International Education Funders Group (IEFG) is an affinity network of foundations and donor-advised funds that seeks to strengthen and amplify its members’ philanthropic impact in the field of education.
KOTO is a not-for-profit social enterprise that empowers at-risk and disadvantaged youth in Vietnam through its holistic hospitality training program.
Mavia is a Zurich based boutique advisor supporting private clients, foundations and institutional clients in and outside of Switzerland in effecting social change through philanthropy or social investments.
National Council of Social Services (NCSS)is the umbrella body for some 450 member social service organisations in Singapore. Their mission is to provide leadership and direction in social services, to enhance the capabilities of social service organisations, and to provide strategic partnerships for social services.
Nexus is a network of NGOs and social enterprises working to deliver low-carbon solutions to meet energy, water, sanitation or agriculture needs in Asia and Africa. Nexus aims to enable sustainable solutions find finance and expertise needed to scale their impact.
Founded in 2016, Octava Foundation is a Grantmaker registered in Singapore. Currently focused on working within the South-East Asian region, the Foundation invests in programmes that supports children and youth from economically disadvantaged families to realise and achieve their aspirations, who are empowered to have sustainable livelihoods as adults.
One Sky teaches communities and caregivers to provide nurturing responsive care and early education so that vulnerable young children can thrive.
REACH is a local non-profit organization in Vietnam that provides market-driven training programs specifically targeting disadvantaged young people throughout Vietnam.
Rural Urban Framework (RUF) is the research and design collaborative between Joshua Bolchover and John Lin. The objective of their work is to engage in the rural-urban transformation of China through built projects, research, exhibitions and writing.
The Asia Foundation is a nonprofit international development organization committed to improving lives across a dynamic and developing Asia. Informed by six decades of experience and deep local expertise, our work across the region is focused on good governance, women’s empowerment and gender equality, inclusive economic growth, environment and climate action, and regional and international relations.
Third Sector is a non-profit advisory firm whose mission is to help philanthropies, private funders, and governments maximize the effectiveness of their spending. Since their establishment in 2011, they have been engaged to help pioneer impact investing tools such as Pay For Success (PFS) in over 40 communities across the US and Asia, thereby shifting hundreds of millions of dollars into effective interventions that measurably improve the lives of those in need.
Trafigura Foundation is an independent philanthropic entity providing long-term funding and expertise to improve socioeconomic conditions of vulnerable communities around the world. They join forces with experienced organisations on the ground to achieve long-lasting impact with programs tailored to local realities.
Tri-Sector Associates is a social enterprise dedicated to finding new ways for society to work together to solve the hardest social problems. Its mission is to create systems that enable effective social innovation, working with governments, philanthropies, and private funders throughout Asia to deploy new cross-sector partnership models.
|World Vision is a Global Partnership of change makers, who have 70 years’ international experience working with communities, donors, partners, and governments to create opportunities for better futures for vulnerable children, even in the toughest places. In Mongolia, World Vision worked for 25 years, each year helping 380,000 children overcome poverty and experience the fullness of life through empowered community.|
|The YMCA of Singapore is a registered charity that seeks to challenge, champion and train youth with special needs, youth at-risk and youth leaders to stand up and be counted as independent and effective contributors to society through gainful employment, volunteerism and leadership.|
|Zorig Foundation was established in 1998 to continue the legacy of Zorig Sanjaasuren, a founding father of the Mongolian democracy. As a local nonprofit organization, Zorig Foundation operates in three areas, promoting democracy, empowering youth, and supporting education.|