Funders & Financials

Global Integrity is a tax-exempt organization incorporated in the District of Columbia in the United States under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The Global Integrity Trust is a charitable non-profit organization established in South Africa. Our work around the world is supported by a diverse mix of charitable foundations, governments, multilateral institutions, and the private sector. 

 Funders: 2014

Financials: Public Disclosures

Contributor Original Grant Time Period Description
Mo Ibrahim Foundation $2,500,000 May 1, 2011 –
July 31, 2016
For original fieldwork in Africa to support the Foundation’s annual Ibrahim Index of African Governance
Omidyar Network $2,000,000 October 1, 2012 –
September 30, 2015
For general operating support
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation $1,500,000 July 14, 2014 –
July 14, 2017
For general operating support
Wiliam and Flora Hewlett Foundation $800,000 November 14, 2011 –
November 14, 2014
For general operating support
Center for Public Integrity $389,400 October 1, 2014 –
March 1, 2016
To support the State Integrity Investigations
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation $341,223 April 1, 2014 –
October 1, 2015
To support the Political Finance Transparency project
Open Society Foundations $246,065 December 2, 2013 –
December 31, 2014
To support the Political Finance Transparency project
Tides $185,000 July 2013 –
February 2014
To support Global Integrity’s project as a networking mechanism for the Open Government Partnership
AUSAID $175,000 April 1, 2012 –
April 1, 2013
(extended to 2014)
To support national assessments in Southeast Asia and the Pacific
Open Society Institute Budapest Foundation $126,100 February 1, 2013 –
September 30, 2014
To support Indaba Publishing Tools/Empowering NRG Advocates to Take Control of their Digital Content project
Robert R. McCormick Foundation $100,000 January 1, 2015 –
December 31, 2015
To support the State Integrity Investigations
International Budget Partnership $95,900 October 31, 2013 –
October 31, 2015
To support the Indaba software platform
United Nations Development Programme $48,775 April 7, 2014 –
September 30, 2014
To support development of a toolkit building on the previous guide developed by UNDP and Global Integrity – “A User’s Guide to Measuring Corruption”
Omidyar Network $35,800 April 1, 2014 –
June 30, 2014
To support the Governance Data Alliance launch event
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation $29,194 March 17, 2014 –
March 17, 2015
To support development of videoconferencing to allow OpenGov Hub staff to collaborate with colleagues and partners around the world

 

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Funders & Financials

Global Integrity is a tax-exempt organization incorporated in the District of Columbia in the United States under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The Global Integrity Trust is a charitable non-profit organization established in South Africa. Our work around the world is supported by a diverse mix of charitable foundations, governments, multilateral institutions, and the private sector. 

 Funders: 2014

Financials: Public Disclosures

Contributor Original Grant Time Period Description
Mo Ibrahim Foundation $2,500,000 May 1, 2011 –
July 31, 2016
For original fieldwork in Africa to support the Foundation’s annual Ibrahim Index of African Governance
Omidyar Network $2,000,000 October 1, 2012 –
September 30, 2015
For general operating support
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation $1,500,000 July 14, 2014 –
July 14, 2017
For general operating support
Wiliam and Flora Hewlett Foundation $800,000 November 14, 2011 –
November 14, 2014
For general operating support
Center for Public Integrity $389,400 October 1, 2014 –
March 1, 2016
To support the State Integrity Investigations
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation $341,223 April 1, 2014 –
October 1, 2015
To support the Political Finance Transparency project
Open Society Foundations $246,065 December 2, 2013 –
December 31, 2014
To support the Political Finance Transparency project
Tides $185,000 July 2013 –
February 2014
To support Global Integrity’s project as a networking mechanism for the Open Government Partnership
AUSAID $175,000 April 1, 2012 –
April 1, 2013
(extended to 2014)
To support national assessments in Southeast Asia and the Pacific
Open Society Institute Budapest Foundation $126,100 February 1, 2013 –
September 30, 2014
To support Indaba Publishing Tools/Empowering NRG Advocates to Take Control of their Digital Content project
Robert R. McCormick Foundation $100,000 January 1, 2015 –
December 31, 2015
To support the State Integrity Investigations
International Budget Partnership $95,900 October 31, 2013 –
October 31, 2015
To support the Indaba software platform
United Nations Development Programme $48,775 April 7, 2014 –
September 30, 2014
To support development of a toolkit building on the previous guide developed by UNDP and Global Integrity – “A User’s Guide to Measuring Corruption”
Omidyar Network $35,800 April 1, 2014 –
June 30, 2014
To support the Governance Data Alliance launch event
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation $29,194 March 17, 2014 –
March 17, 2015
To support development of videoconferencing to allow OpenGov Hub staff to collaborate with colleagues and partners around the world

 

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