bridging the Gap.
We create and utilize mutually beneficial partnerships between local non-profits and businesses that solve pressing social and environmental issues with impact measurement methodologies, organizational capacity building and financing schemes to promote sustainable development and maximize impact.
How does E2E work?
E2E works with communities to identify pressing problems
E2E allows you to invest directly in these sustainable solutions
Our Featured Projects
Manglar de mi Corazón
Indicadores de Paz y Convivencia
Payment for protection of critical mangrove habitat and community development on the Caribbean Coast – Rincón del Mar, Sucre, Colombia
Creating initiatives for individuals and their immediate communities through Peacebuilding measurement – Medellín, Colombia
TGIS – The Workshop for Social Impact Management
TGIS is an 5-day intensive training program that caters towards both working professionals and students to improve social impact measurement and development project planning skills.
The workshop was the perfect experience to prepare me for the world of economic development and, more than anything, the process of monitoring and planning projects. I finished the workshop with the confidence to start using tools like the logical framework, theory of change, and network analysis as well as…...Alex Lintz, George Washington Univeristy - USA
I participated in E2E’s TGIS Workshop this January, 2017. The experience was extremely rewarding — I especially enjoyed getting to work with individuals from all over the globe, different levels of experience — students, professionals, Colombians, Europeans. It was really eye-opening and challenged us to communicate in new ways and look…...Maria Pritchard, Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterey
The Taller para la Gestión de Impacto Social was an amazing opportunity for me to put into concrete terms my passion for development and years of NGO experience. TGIS was my introduction to E2E as I was becoming a volunteer for the organization, and it was truly insightful seeing how…...Erin Wright, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
TGIS gave me a great insight into project management in a cross-cultural environment, providing experience using internationally recognised tools applied to real world projects. The group was diverse not only due to the different languages and cultures, but also the many professions and interests represented. This resulted in a set…...Oliver Gooding, Bristol University – England