Esperança
Arizona Global Development Network

sustainably and responsibly collaborating to create international change

 

Who Are We?

Though Arizona is not recognized as a hub for international non-governmental organizations (INGOs), we have growing number of organizations that engage in international humanitarian work. As the 5th largest city in the country, Phoenix is emerging as a leader in technology and business innovation. It is time for Phoenix, and Arizona, to be recognized as a breeding ground for impactful INGOs. Our collective footprint remains unseen, but it is present and it is profound. Through collaboration and representation we can build the next up-and-coming industry in the Valley.

 

The Arizona Global Development Network(AGDN), founded by Esperança, is a source of support, inspiration, and resources for organizations and individuals that work in the area of international development and humanitarian aid. We acknowledge the strength of diversity, therefore encourage a wide range of organizations to join. Members will be open to sharing resources and best practices, innovative collaborations, and problem-solving.

 

Are you an international organization based in Arizona looking to better serve your communities? AGDN could be for you!

33 Buckets Foundation

ASU GlobalResolve, Barrett Honors College

ASU's Morrison Institute for Public Policy

Esperança

Feed my Starving Children

Food for the Hungry

Hope 4 Kids International

Hope Arising

International Voice of Orphan/The Gem Foundation

Naco Wellness Initiative

One Hundred Angels

Outreach 360

Project CURE

Six Seconds

Steps of Love

The Tia Foundation
February 14, 2020 - Fundraising for International Aid Organizations

April 9, 2020 - Check-In

May 22, 2020 - Check-In

June 26, 2020 - Check-In

July 2020 - Managing Supply Chain & Customs/Personnel Risk Management

August 2020 - Developing Success Metrics during a Global Pandemic

September 2020 - Engaging Volunteers in International Missions

October 2020 - TBD
Interested?
Email Anna Ortiz at Anna@Esperanca.org for more information.