ARM wants to thank the organisations which have supported our work over years. This support has been essential in accomplishing our goals.
Our present funders
Solidaridad is a development co-operation organisation providing development assistance to Latin America, Africa and Asia. It has two programmes of work: Sustainable Economy & Fairtrade and Society Strengthening & Human Rights.
Hogan Lovells is a global law firm deeply rooted in the markets of Europe and the USA and with an established presence in Asia, Latin America and the Middle East. Since 2009 they have been supporting ARM pro bono with legal advice.
DOEN Foundation strives to·make the world a livable place. To this end, it provides funding to organizations and projects in the fields of Sustainable Development, Welfare and Culture. DOEN Foundation achieves these objectives through the revenues it receives from the Dutch National Postcode Lottery, the Sponsor Lottery and the BankGiro Lottery.
Oxfam Novib is a Dutch organisation that works to promote a global society where the socio-economic inequalities between rich and poor are eradicated, in which people and sectors of the population can learn about and respect each other's culture, while working together on their development on the basis of shared accountability and mutual solidarity. Oxfam Novib is a member of Oxfam International.
BOTH ENDS is a Dutch NGO that supports individuals and social organisations all over the world whose specialisation is ecological sustainability and social justice. Its main focus is the realisation of sustainable forms of natural resource management and to promote policymaking in the Netherlands as well as worldwide.
BTC is the Belgian development cooperation agency. As a public service provider and on behalf of the Federal Public Service of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation, BTC supports developing countries in their fight against poverty. Using its expertise in the field, BTC also delivers services on behalf of other national and international organisations contributing to sustainable human development.
Communities and Small-Scale Mining (CASM) is an initiative of the World Bank and other development organisations whose main objective is to contribute to reducing poverty and establishing sustainable communities and economies· in which artisanal and small-scale mining activities are conducted.
The Iberoamerican Program for Science and Technology Development, CYTED, is program of multilateral scientific and technological cooperation, which aims to contribute to the harmonious development of the Iberoamerican region by establishing mechanisms for co-operation between universities, research groups, R+D centers and innovative enterprises researching scientific and technological results capable of transfer to productive systems and social politics.
The Cred Foundation exists not only to raise issues and campaign but to benefit our international partners and to invest in specific projects that have a direct and effective answer to poverty.· Fundraising is absolutely vital for the sustenance of these projects: They are proud to support them and wish everyone could see their work face to face and be as excited about these projects as they are.
The Fairtrade Foundation was established in 1992 by CAFOD, Christian Aid, New Consumer, Oxfam, Traidcraft and the World Development Movement. These founding organisations were later joined by Britain's largest women's organisation, the Women's Institute. It is the UK member of Fairtrade Labelling Organisations International (FLO), which unites 21 national initiatives across Europe, Japan, North America, Mexico and Australia/New Zealand. They are in charge of licensing the FAIRTRADE Mark, raising awareness and developing fairtrade criteria.
Oxfam International is an international confederation, comprised of 14 like-minded organizations dedicated to fighting poverty and related injustice around the world. Their mission is a just world without poverty and their goal is to enable people to exercise their rights and manage their own lives.
PSO aims to contribute in the fight against poverty throughout the world by strengthening the capacity of civil society organisations in developing countries. PSO achieves this by supporting Dutch organisations and their partners in developing countries. It does so by funding these activities and helping the local organisation to extend its knowledge and strengthen its capacity.