Through the E2E model, Emerging Partners solve tough problems; Strategic Partners gain critical change-making skills and Established Partners benefit from investing in social and environmental good in a new, mutually beneficial design promoting maximum impact and sustainable development.
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Global Express Business Center and First American Realty International
supports E2E with strategic fundraising initiatives.
Global Giving provides E2E with a 501c3 sponsorship and an international fundraising platform.
Pelagic Data Systems:
Pelagic Data Systems is a company based in San Francisco, California that provides data solutions for fisheries around the world.
Mundo Verde and E2E have partnered to implement the project “Payment for the Protection of Mangrove Forests” in Rincón del Mar, Sucre.
Kimpacto works with E2E to help our Established Partners achieve B-Corp Certification.
UN Global Compact:
E2E is a member and supports the Mission and Vision of the United National Global Compact.
The Global Goals:
E2E is a member of the Sustainable Development Goals Platform.
Fundación Luchando Por Un Futuro Juntos:
Based in la Comuna 8 in Medellín, Luchando por un Futuro Común supports E2E in project logistics and program management.
La Corporación Campo Santo is E2E´s operating partners for the project “Recuperando Vida”.
Middlebury Institute of International Studies:
E2E provides MIIS students with special volunteer opportunities, hosts and trains students during 3 week intensive academic courses.
Universidad Nacional de Colombia:
E2E frequently works with UNAL to provide technical training to students, has supported conferences and provided technical expertise for research projects.
Misión Gaia, a small organization based out of Minca, originally identified the problem and began working to solve the growing population of stray animals in the Santa Marta area. They are our primary partner for the Project “Bienestar Animal” in the Santa Marta region.