Strengthening Communities. Building Partnerships. Improving Lives.

OVERVIEW

Who We Are

Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Give2Asia is an international nonprofit that serves as a strategic partner and ally working on the ground in more than 23 countries across the Asia Pacific. Our role is to strengthen the work of local organizations and mobilize support through philanthropic giving from Individuals, Family Foundations, and Corporations.

OUR PHILOSOPHY

We believe that the local communities in Asia know best what their most pressing needs are and how to address them.

HOW WE CREATE CHANGE

Charitable
Investment

We allocate funding where it is needed most.

Expert
Guidance

Professional advisory services for international donors.

Local
Resources

Unparalleled connections across Asia.

Trusted
Partners

Our local partners are the best at what they do.

OUR IMPACT

2018 Snapshot:
US$29 million in grants

2017
Distributions by Location

  • Mainland China
  • China – Taiwan
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • China - Hong Kong SAR
  • Philippines
  • Other

2017
Distributions by Sector

  • Education
  • Livelihood
  • Health
  • Social Services
  • Environment
  • Disaster
  • Other

SUPPORTING SOCIAL CHANGE

How Give2Asia
is Making a Difference

Overall Impact

Since 2001, Give2Asia has delivered more than $342 million in grants to 2,500 local charities across 23 countries. A few examples include...

Livelihood

Give2Asia and our donors are funding entrepreneurship and business skills courses to help disadvantaged women in India earn a sustainable source of income. To date, the program has empowered more than 6,000 participants.

Education

Give2Asia and our donors are funding improved teacher training, educational resources, and building infrastructure for early childhood education centers in rural China. The centers serve more than 7,400 children in Guizhou and Hebei Provinces.

Disaster Response

Give2Asia’s disaster preparedness program is helping vulnerable communities in eight countries across South and Southeast Asia plan for natural disasters. To date, we’ve connected 160 community-based organizations to share best practices and improve disaster response.