Malala Fund believes girls are the best investment in peace, prosperity and our shared future.

With support from the following partners, we are leading the movement for education and equality around the world.

Laureate

Apple Inc.

Apple supports Malala Fund’s work with the Education Champion Network and Girl Activist Programme. Through our partnership, Apple also assists with technology, curriculum, and research into policy changes to support girls’ education.

Humanitarian

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has been instrumental in supporting our organisation’s growth, including seeding the launch of the Education Champion Network.

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Citi

Citi’s "e for education" campaign invests in Malala Fund’s Education Champion Network and COVID-19 response.

Echidna Giving

Echidna Giving supports our research and advocacy initiatives to ensure progress on quality girls’ education is protected and girls’ education is central to efforts to build back better after COVID-19.

Landry Family Foundation

The Landry Family Foundation invests critical resources into our signature initiative, the Education Champion Network.

#StartSmall

StartSmall is supporting the Education Champion Network, advocacy for global policy change that prioritizes girls' education and training for the next generation of girl activists.

Envoy

Hawk Foundation

Hawk Foundation supports Malala Fund’s work to ensure all girls can learn and lead.

Ambassador

Cochlear Foundation

Cochlear Foundation supports Malala Fund’s work to ensure all girls can learn and lead.

Comic Relief US

Comic Relief US supports Malala Fund's Girl Activist Programme in India and Nigeria with Red Nose Day funds.

Frame Fatales of Games Done Quick

Frame Fatales of Games Done Quick supports Malala Fund's work by hosting marathon gaming events to fundraise.

The North Star Charitable Foundation

The North Star Charitable Foundation supports Malala Fund’s work to ensure all girls can learn and lead.

Open Society Foundations

The Open Society Foundations support Malala Fund's work to ensure every girl can learn and lead, including our research and advocacy on girls' education.

Pluralsight One

In addition to a financial commitment, Pluralsight One provides access to its learning platform to better equip our staff and Education Champions with the technological skills needed to advance our work.

Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF)

The Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) supports Malala Fund's COVID-19 response in India and Pakistan to help ensure equal access to education, a key focus of SNF’s global grantmaking.

Advocate

Ann & Gordon Getty Foundation
Jexo
Justin White & Molly Lynch
Kayla Mills
Snowbird Foundation, Inc.
Mike and Christine Spurlino
TikTok
Wiancko Family Foundation

Supporter

Anonymous
Au Xchange
BetterHelp
Blavatnik Family Foundation
Cornerstone
Dancing Tides Foundation
Deb Gaines
DeMellier
Duff & Phelps Charitable Foundation
Gemini Trust
Hachette UK
Holly Hellman
Baker Hughes
Brigette Lau
Lemonade
Learning Ninjas
Linda Look
Maazah
Peter Maxwell
Melissa Joy Manning Jewelry
Mental Wellness Foundation
Meta
The Morrison Forrester Foundation
Gregory Newell
Nuance Communications
Rohini Pandhi
Passion Planner
PM Dahlia Gives
The Pokemon Company International
Kent & Sarah Sands
Bertrand Serlet
Stephen & Christine Shwarzman
Sumita Sinha
Craig & Dorothy Stapleton
Alice Sturm
Ken and Patricia Warner
Joe Wong
Wood Group UK

Malala Fund is building creative partnerships that maximise our impact for girls’ education.

Please contact us if you or your company are interested in joining this list of generous organisations and individuals.