Past Grantees

 

2016 PM Capable Nonprofits and NGOs Grantees

Medecins San Frontieres USA

Project and Program Management Integration at MSF-USA

US $100,000

To integrate project and program management within its operations with particular attention paid to its Making Systems Fundamentally Work (“MSF-W”) program of projects.

Stop Hunger Now

Improving Efficiency and Effectiveness of International Food Aid Distribution through PM

US $56,875

To integrate project and program management within SHN to increase organizational capacity for food aid distribution processes in targeted distribution regions.

U.S. Fund for UNICEF (UNICEF USA)

Building PM Capacity to Extend UNICEF’s Reach to Save and Protect More Vulnerable Children

US $182,700

To integrate project and program management within UNICEF USA to increase organizational capacity to save and to protect more children through its mission of advocating, educating and fundraising for UNICEF’s lifesaving programs globally.

 

2015 PM Capable Nonprofits and NGOs Grantees

American Red Cross

PMIEF’s Disaster Management Grants Initiative

US $35,680

To leverage 24 hours of project management training and ongoing, extensive coaching to help its Disaster Cycle Services team maximize contributions due to more efficient delivery of programs, products and services; deliver innovative yet easy to implement volunteer-ready products and programs; easily identify ways to improve service delivery; and enhance overall operations in a “do more with less” environment. The organization will also develop a project management implementation plan to bring its seven divisions and 62 regions together in one project management system. In addition, it will help integrate project management into headquarters support units such as Disaster Fundraising, Disaster Services Technology and Disaster Public Affairs.

CARE USA

PMIEF’s Disaster Management Grants Initiative

US $149,465

To leverage 24 hours of project management training and ongoing, extensive coaching to create a platform to disseminate this knowledge throughout the organization, particularly by revising the CARE International Emergency Toolkit that all of its country offices use. In addition, CARE USA will collaborate with its international parent organization to redesign the accompanying Toolkit Web site to reflect this integration of project management.

 

 

Plan International

PMIEF’s Disaster Management Grants Initiative

US $149,672

To leverage 24 hours of project management training and ongoing, extensive coaching to enable the integration of project management into three projects each in the Americas, Asia, East and South Africa, and West Africa.  These include initiatives that address education in emergencies, prevention and response efforts, Ebola recovery, drought crises and flooding as well as safe schools development to reduce disaster risks that affect youth education.  The organization will also create a master plan of activities as well as train additional staff in project management to help lead the regional projects.

 

United Way of the Central Savannah River Area

PMIEF – UWCSRA Nonprofit Capacity Building Program

US $16,000

To strengthen nonprofits’ ability to meet community needs in 15 Georgia and South Carolina, USA counties through project management training that enhances their ability to operate strategically, to plan events and to lead fundraising activities as evidenced by their application of lessons learned through implementation of relevant projects.