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Corporate Giving

Malala Fund is proud to partner with companies that share our commitment to creating a more equal world by making sure all girls can go to school.

With your company’s support, we can continue breaking down the barriers that prevent girls from learning.

Here are some of the ways that your company can partner with Malala Fund:


Make a charitable donation to Malala Fund.


Also referred to as cause marketing, donate a percentage or portion of sales of a product(s) to Malala Fund. Learn more about requirements for CCV partnerships.


Support Malala Fund through a multi-year partnership that invests in our operations and scales our programmes.


Sponsor Malala Fund’s fundraising campaigns around key events, including but not limited to International Women’s Day, Malala’s birthday, International Day of the Girl, Giving Tuesday and the end of year giving season.



Match (or double!) donations that your employees make to Malala Fund.


Nominate Malala Fund as your Charity of the Year. Get in touch to learn the different ways we can help you integrate a corporate strategy which maximises employee engagement and CSR commitments.

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If you are interested in learning more about how your company can help Malala Fund champion girls’ education around the world, please fill out the form below and a member of our corporate giving team will be in touch.

Corporate co-venture (CCV) partnership requirements

Commercial co-venture (CCV) partnerships are effective avenues to support our work by donating a percentage or portion of product sales to Malala Fund. Before entering a CCV agreement, companies must agree to the following terms:

  • The company must have completed its first year of operation. We use the year mark as a general parameter to identify companies that have a consumer base and have established healthy margins and sales. This increases success for all parties.

  • The promotion must occur within a set and agreed upon period of time of one year or less.

  • The company must disclose the donation to its consumers, clearly stating how much of their purchase will be donated to Malala Fund.

  • The company must commit to a guaranteed minimum donation to Malala Fund within one year, which is agreed upon with Malala Fund's corporate giving team.

  • As a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organisation, Malala Fund is unable to endorse or promote product sales.