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“The work of the Foundation results in saving lives in the developing world that would typically never even be at risk in the developed world. Touch convenes the public, private, and social sectors in ways that many charities cannot, helping direct the resources, expertise and will of all three toward the mission.”
Steve Lackey – Managing Producer/Editor Communications, McKinsey & Company, donor through McKinsey’s Gift of Hope campaign
Workplace Giving: every year approximately $5 billion is contributed to charities in the United States through workplace giving campaigns. Employers often match employee donations, multiplying the impact of your gift. Touch partners with corporations, such as Goldman Sachs and McKinsey & Company, to create an opportunity for easily accessible giving. If you are interested in a workplace giving program please contact Kira Elbert, Director of Development, at Kira_Elbert@mckinsey.com or 646-573-8318.
Amazon Smile: When you select Touch Foundation as your charitable organization, Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to support our programs.
To learn more about planned giving please contact Kira Elbert, Director of Development, at Kira_Elbert@mckinsey.com or 646-573-8318.
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At Touch, our work relies on strong partnerships with a variety of donors, from governments to corporations and foundations to individual donors. These supporters include:
We are privileged to be a partner of USAID’s mission in Tanzania. Through our public-private partnership with USAID, they match donations we raise privately, allowing us to maximize our impact. Since 2007, USAID has awarded over $11 million to Touch.
Touch is the Tanzanian partner in the RHD (Rheumatic Heart Disease) Action, led globally by Medtronic Foundation. RHD Action focuses on reducing the incidence of rheumatic heart disease in vulnerable populations all over the world.
As Touch’s pro bono general counsel, Stroock has provided legal and charitable support throughout Touch’s history. Stroock has advised Touch Foundation in many practice areas, contributing over 2,775 hours of legal service over the past ten years.
The word asante means thank you in Swahili. Our Asante Supper is an evening to celebrate the tireless commitment of our supporters and partners, without whom Touch’s impact would not be possible. The 2018 Asante Supper at the Morgan Library & Museum will honor Vik Malhotra and McKinsey & Company. Please contact Kira Elbert, Director of Development, at Kira_Elbert@mckinsey.com or 646-573-8318, for more information on purchasing tickets or sponsoring the event.
The Sustainable Development Goals, the Global Strategy for Human Resources for Health and the Five-Year Action Plan of the UN Secretary General’s Commission on Health Employment and Economic Growth mandate urgent action to strengthen the global health workforce. Please join the Frontline Health Workers Coalition, high-level policymakers from the World Health Organization, USAID, Ministry of Health of Malawi and other stakeholders to discuss a realistic path forward to enabling the health workforce policies, investment and data needed to achieve the SDGs and global health workforce compacts.
The word asante means thank you in Swahili. Our Asante Supper is an evening to celebrate the tireless commitment of our partners and supporters, without whom Touch’s impact would not be possible. Please register below or contact Kira Elbert, Director of Development, at Kira_Elbert@mckinsey.com or 646-573-8318, for more information on purchasing tickets or sponsoring the event.
Touch Foundation and Vodafone Foundation invite you to a symposium in New York City on May 18th, 2017 for a dynamic discussion of innovative solutions to improve access to quality maternal and newborn care. Expert panelists will share the successes, challenges and future opportunities in emergency transportation as well as designing and scaling other innovative approaches and partnerships that break down barriers to care and improve the lives of mothers and babies globally. Please find full program details here.
Contact Alison Brundrett at Alison_Brundrett@mckinsey.com or 917-225-6597 if you have any questions.
Are you interested in witnessing first-hand the impact of our work? Please contact Bianka Patsalos-Fox at Bianka_Patsalos-Fox@Mckinsey.com to learn more about
Touch Foundation offers select volunteer opportunities in our Tanzania and New York offices to interested and qualified individuals. Volunteers at Touch contribute their valuable skills and time to our important mission, working alongside our talented international staff on a variety of different projects, initiatives, and events.
In New York you might help organize an event, conduct outreach, or support our administrative operations in the office. In Tanzania, volunteers conduct research, assist with project implementation, train doctors and medical professionals, and support our programs in various ways depending upon their background, skills, and the length of time they are available.
Whether you are a healthcare professional or academic looking to donate some of your time and skills or a student or professional in New York City with an interest in development and fundraising, we offer a variety of rich experiences and could use your support!
For more information on volunteer opportunities, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us about your skills and interests.
Volunteering with Touch was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. I was given the autonomy to manage multiple projects and apply my skillset to interesting, impactful initiatives, all while immersing myself in the unbelievably welcoming local community. By working closely with a range of stakeholders, including our main partners, other non-profit organizations, and government officials
I got to see the effect of my efforts real-time and came to appreciate the challenges faced by Tanzanians.
Volunteering with Touch is a unique opportunity that I’d highly recommend to anyone interested in supporting the global health community at a local level.