Our Partners

Corporations, foundations, bilateral and multilateral partners and individuals work with us to advance women’s financial inclusion.

Women’s World Banking relies on its core funding partners to make our operations possible. We have shared mandates to promote gender equality and increase financial inclusion, while reducing poverty and working towards achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. Women’s World Banking values the reciprocal relationship it has with each core funder. We are proud to partner with these leaders in the development community and are very grateful for their strategic inputs and financial support.



$500k – $20M

Australian Government, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)

Financial Sector Deepening Africa (FSDA)

$100k – $499.9


German Development Cooperation

Swiss Capacity Building Facility (SCBF)

UK Prosperity Fund/DAI

United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF)

$25k – $99.9

Data2X (United Nations Foundation)


$10k – $24.9

CDC Group Plc

FSDT – Financial Sector Deepening Trust

International Development Research Centre (IDRC)

$5k – $9.9

$1k – $4.9



Visa Foundation

$500k – $20M

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Credit Suisse Foundation

MetLife Foundation

Swiss Re Foundation

The Argidius Foundation

$100k – $499.9

Cisco Foundation

Citi Foundation


ExxonMobil Foundation

$25k – $99.9


Boston Consulting Group

BNY Mellon Foundation

Citi Inclusive Finance

Diamond Bank Plc

Exxon Mobil Corporation

FINCA Microfinance Fund B.V.


PIMCO Foundation

White & Case LLP

$10k – $24.9


Diebold Nixdorf

Triodos Bank NV

Oliver Wyman Group

$5k – $9.9

EC Travel

Goldman Sachs Gives

Lillian Feder Foundation


Seattle Foundation

$1k – $4.9

Anne Hale and Arthur Johnson Fund

Finance in Motion

Paulson Charitable Foundation


Baker McKenzie



Sidley Austin LLP

Women’s World Banking is grateful to our supporters who generously provided their philanthropic sponsorship to help us continue our work to provide women and girls with access to financial services. While the list below reflects donors who contributed $5,000 or more in 2017, we are deeply thankful for every gift that Women’s World Banking receives.

$25k – $99.9

Maryfrances Metrick

$10k – $24.9

Connie Collingsworth

Elizabeth Munson

Beth Roberts and Natan Vaisman

Michael Useem

$5k – $9.9

Sylvia Chin

Katherine Collins

$1k – $4.9

Christine Bindert

Michelle Chiang

Inger Dewey Golob

Maritta W Ko

Perri Lee Roberts & Steve Elias

Maureen O’Toole

Chris Rich

Dorothy Roberts

May Seeman

Angela Sun