A private equity firm which invests subordinated debt and equity capital in leading middle market companies.
An Internet online giving marketplace for education that leverages small-dollar donations to support grassroots projects and student scholarships in the developing world.
A non-profit organization that promotes water security, sanitation, environmental sustainability, and education in the US, South Africa, and Ghana. Titagya Schools is a Green Community Hub of HOW Global.
A foundation that supports organizations in sub-Saharan Africa in the areas of education, jobs, economy, health, sports, and family planning.
A non-profit organization that is made up of Returned Peace Corps Volunteers who served in Ghana and that supports development projects in Ghana.
A local affiliate of the Kiwanis Club, which supports projects that benefit children and communities.
A non-profit partnership started by the Stanford Graduate School of Business Class of 1980 that provides funding, expertise and connections to social entrepreneurs who address the challenge of global poverty.
An interdisciplinary program that challenges Bryn Mawr and Haverford College students to explore the relationships among schooling, human development, and society as they gain knowledge and skills of educational theory and practice.
A center at Haverford College that exists to expose all members of the Haverford community, but especially students, to the key global issues of the day so that they can better equip themselves to help solve these problems after they leave Haverford’s campus.