Making Public and Private-One
What is Humanity Link?
We bring non-profit organizations and private companies together to build growth focused programming through evidence based understanding and academic rigor. Humanity Link is the bridge built on expertise and experience that provides business match-making in complex and difficult environments where help is limited, growth is hard to grasp, and partnerships are fragile..
"Global corporations have the human capital, the financial resources, the technology, the international footprint, the power of markets and the profit motivation to build a better world. NGOs will be essential partners...Governments will be essential partners...By engaging together through an iterative process, we will achieve "A Better World."
Alice Korngold--Author, A Better World Inc.,
Non-profit organizations and private corporations operate seemlessly in disaster and crisis situations towards growth and impact.
Humanity Link is the conduit between the public and private sector. Our work is based on the notion that more impactful action is possible, when both sides of business collaborate. We bring together investors and implementors to coordinate a comprehensive approach to reaching a sustainable triple bottom line in high profile, humanitarian and crisis settings.
To transform how humanitarian agencies and corporate businesses work together to assist those in need, promoting financial growth and sustainable impact.
We bring non-profit organizations and private companies together to build profitable programming through evidence based understanding and with academic rigor. Humanity Link is the bridge built on expertise and experience that provides match-making in complex and difficult environments where help is limited, profit is unseen and understanding is immature.
"We need to be more ambitious in building resilience to disasters and quicker in responding to them. And we need to think and work differently. In particular, as well as working with official multilateral agencies and NGOs, we need to draw on the skills and expertise of the private sector for innovation, problem solving, delivery and efficiency."
Andrew Mitchell (former Secretary of State for International Development UK)
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