Wilde Ganzen

‘Wilde Ganzen are highly valued funding partner and ally who help us direct resources towards Indigenous leadership and organization’

The Wilde Ganzen Foundation is a Dutch NGO, founded in 1957 with a mission to reduce poverty and inequality through community-led initiatives. They support community-based organizations in the Global South and their Dutch fundraising partners in joint efforts to achieve a better future.

The Wilde Ganzen Foundation uses more than 65 years of operational experience in international development to promote responsible philanthropy. We support social changemakers that are taking on initiatives to fight inequality. We do this through grantmaking, in-depth technical assistance, education, expertise and our on-the-ground networks.

Pubity Group

‘Pubity share our passion towards contributing to positive social change and their young audience is the future of the planet’

The Pubity group channels have over 130 million followers worldwide and they are the world foremost media channel to Millenials and Gen Z.

The path that Pubity Group has taken is illustrative of the power that social media can have. Because of the sheer number of people who follow them, Pubity Group has established itself as a household name on social media, and its influence only expands.

IR Global

‘The IR Global network is a long term funding partner and ally in the legal / professional services sector’

IR Global is a multi-disciplinary professional services network represented in 165+ jurisdictions that provides legal, accountancy, financial advice to companies and individuals around the world. Since 2010 the network has grown to over 1100 members worldwide.


Greenchoice’s mission is for a Netherlands that runs entirely on green energy and where everyone can benefit from this energy transition. They believe every step, no matter how small or big, means progress. They partner with Treesistance in providing green energy solutions in the Amazon and supporting forest defenders, so they can protect primary rainforest from illegal deforestation. 


Gramam is an inclusive design studio that accelerates purpose driven brands, cultural and non-profit organizations. They are here to burst the bubble of the homogenous sustainable design language, showcase narratives with refreshing inclusivity and amplify the voices of ethical organizations and brands that deserve the world’s attention. Gramam takes pride in depiction of the Global South by quashing an imbalanced power narrative and is fully powered by creative talent from India and South Asia. Gramam is based out of Amsterdam and Kerala.


‘WeFuture plays an important role in coordinating brand partnerships and building bridges with other likeminded organizations’

WeFuture is a non-profit international organization that develops a transparent, independent and science-based network dedicated to stimulate conservation of the natural world. Their mission to educate, promote and connect the private, public and civil sectors and to be self-sustaining, creating a trustworthy international network of dedicated world conservationists that strengthen the balance between ecological, economic and social interests.


Maparajuba is a human rights organization focused on providing popular legal assistance to traditional peoples and communities in the Tapajós region, in western Pará. The thematic axes addressed by Maparajuba revolve around the Protection of Human Rights Defenders; Socio-environmental Conflicts and Climate Justice; and Strengthening Popular Legal Advice in Tapajós. The activities carried out by the organization can be popular advocacy, strategic litigation, popular education, advocacy or research. Among the projects being carried out, the campaign “Sawe! The cry of the forest” stands out, developed in partnership with the Planalto Indigenous Council, with the aim of holding perpetrators of environmental crimes accountable in the midst of the demarcation process of the Munduruku and Apiaká do Planalto, in Santarém/PA.


We are keen to connect with like minded organizations, brands and funds who wish to make tangible  impact in the Amazon via Indigenous led actions. We have a proven record of coordinating international projects and are in the process of scaling various models that will revolutionise access for justice strategies, digital equity, the renewable energy transition and sustainable economic development.

Partner Guidelines

  • Honour and respect the right of our Indigenous partners to withhold their consent for any funding partnership they deem to be detrimental to their interests.
  • Honour and respect Indigenous partners’ right to participate in a thorough consultation process on any project or development that might impact them.
  • Conduct consultations through the Indigenous peoples’ own institutions and representatives.
  • Invest in building the capacity of Indigenous partners.


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