The Caterpillar Foundation

Since 1952, The Caterpillar Foundation has been dedicated to transforming lives in the communities where we live and work around the world. We champion programs that support education, environment and emergency relief.

Our mission is to turn the spiral of poverty into a path to prosperity by investing in those proven to yield the best results – women and girls.

Making Sustainable Progress Possible

Partnered with Global Citizen, Caterpillar is proud to be a major partner of the Global Citizen Festival and support the organization's mission to end extreme poverty.

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Citi

Citi provides consumers, corporations, governments and institutions with a broad range of financial products and services, including consumer banking and credit, corporate and investment banking, securities brokerage, transaction services, and wealth management.

Partnered with Global Citizen for 2 years now, Citi is proud to be a major partner of the Global Citizen Festival and support the organization's mission to end extreme poverty.




 

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The World Bank

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Sumner M. Redstone Foundation

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BECOMING A PARTNER

Global Poverty Project believes that building powerful cross cutting partnerships is vital to achieving our vision and mission. The main thrust in our expertise is in developing innovative campaigns and initiatives that are culturally compelling to Global Citizens, directly targeting the grass roots demographic most likely to take action that will result in ending extreme poverty by 2030. Our partners work with us to inject the policy impact, political prowess, media presence and financial and other resource investments that makes our work possible.

As a result, we’re always looking out for new strategic partnerships from all sectors, globally and in all our markets. If you think we’ve got what it takes to meet your corporate social responsibility, policy or philanthropic priorities, please contact our Business Development Director, Elizabeth.Edelman@globalpovertyproject.com or check out our Contact page for alternative routes and we will be happy to explore the potential to partner with you.