Funding transformational initiatives

Our grants fund partners to work collaboratively on brave initiatives that can contribute to systemic industry change. 

We aim to work closely with our partners across the lifecycle of a grant. By strengthening relationships with them, we can better understand how to support their work, build the field and create an enabling environment.   

India

India is the world’s second largest producer of cotton and first in organic cotton. Here, Laudes Foundation operates on two fronts. On farming practices we work with partners to ensure that farmers’ livelihoods are viable, crops are regenerative, and land is restored. And on production practices we work to tackle the systemic issues behind the forced and child labour that is often associated with cotton production. As in all regions, gender, equity and inclusion plays a major role in all our work in India.

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Bangladesh

As one of the world's largest garment exporters, Bangladesh has been both an example of progress and a hotspot for poor working conditions. Here, Laudes Foundation is working with partners to improve working conditions of factory workers and strengthen local communities, focusing particularly on empowering women and girls.

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Brazil

Every link in the apparel supply chain can be found in Brazil. Here, Laudes Foundation is working with its partners to ensure labour rights, accelerate sustainable cotton and foster a transition to a new economy, with a heavy emphasis on promoting gender, equity and inclusion.

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Europe

Europe is an important hub for the built environment and the global work in the new economy and fashion. In the built environment, Laudes Foundation is working with its partners to help create healthy, inspiring and carbon neutral spaces. In fashion and the new economy, Laudes Foundation is working with its partners to foster the transition to new business models, encouraging innovation, collaboration and original thinking.

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Mexico

Until the end of 2020, Laudes Foundation will continue to manage grants that were made by C&A Foundation to improve working conditions, eradicate forced and child labour and to strengthen the communities where the factories (or maquilas) are located. A major focus of this work concerns the empowerment of women workers.

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Pakistan

Pakistan is one of the world’s largest producers of cotton. Its current organic cotton production is small but its potential is large. Here, Laudes Foundation is working with partners to ensure regenerative farming practices are generative viable livelihoods for farmers.

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Turkey

The garment industry is core to the Turkish economy. With the influx of Syrian refugees, the risk of exploitation and poor working conditions is high. Here, Laudes Foundation is working with partners to protect and empower Syrian refugees working in the apparel industry - especially women - to prevent abuses in the workplace.

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Tanzania

Africa’s budding apparel industry and its growing cotton production have made Tanzania - currently the largest producer of organic cotton on the continent - a country with enormous potential. Here, Laudes Foundation is working with its partners to develop resilient farming by supporting farmer training and certification.

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Indonesia

Indonesia is ranked amongst the top ten largest garment-producing countries and faces many issues with poor working conditions, especially for women workers. Here, Laudes Foundation is working with its partners to reduce non-compliance with labour laws and to empower women to negotiate for better working conditions.

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What we fund

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Rede de Desenvolvimento Humano (Redeh)

€ 100,000
1 year
Strengthen AMB's (Brazilian Women Network) solidarity, diligence and actions to face the impacts of Covid 19 and build alternatives to current crises.
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Global Fund for Women

€ 220,000
1 year
Global Fund for Women is working to strengthen feminist principles, practices and infrastructure for sustainable crises response, including immediate COID-19 support through dedicated funding in their communities.
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Business and Human Rights Resource Centre

€ 70,000
6 months
Covid-19 Emergency Fund support to Business and Human Rights Resource Centre.
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BSR

€ 99,000
1 year
Ongoing
Expansion of the “Interactive Map for Business of Anti-Human Trafficking Organizations” as a unified resource for business and stakeholder partnerships.
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Diaconia

€ 250,000
18 months
This initiative will build on Diaconia's work with cotton farmers in phase 1 of our partnerships and aims to create and then leverage a network of stakeholders including organic producer institutions, brands, public agencies, civil society, universities, international organisations working towards a shared agenda of people & planet thriving.
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European Enviornmental Bureau

€ 1,300,000
26 months
Ongoing
Delivering an advocacy agenda for a circular economy that is working in parallel with the European Commission's Circular Economy Action Plan, released in March 2020.
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Action for Social Advancement

€ 474,000
3 years
Ongoing
Institutional Support for Promotion of Farm-Based Rural Livelihood Initiatives with Smallholders in India.
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New Economics Foundation

€ 4,500,000
54 months
Ongoing
Changing the rules of the economy so that it works for people and planet.
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Refugee Support Center (RSC)

€ 699,000
1 year
Ongoing
Empowering Refugee Workers in the Turkish Garment Industry: Worker Support Center II
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Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH

€ 3,500,000
44 months
Expand on the on-going program by continuing to support farmers in practicing organic farming, and enable improved market linkages
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Wood Mackenzie Asia Pacific Pte Ltd

€ 99,000
3 months
Ongoing
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World Wide Fund for Nature - Pakistan

€ 85,000
3 months
Ongoing
WWF Pakistan - Covid - 19 Emergency Fund
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Fundacion Avina

€ 65,000
13 months
Ongoing
Create an accountability and transparency mechanism through the use of civic technology and open data in order to enhance labour rights protection in the garment industry in Mexico
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Better Cotton Initiative

€ 60,000
3 months
Ongoing
Covid 19 Emergency Fund supprt for BCI.
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World Wide Fund for Nature, India

€ 85,000
3 months
Ongoing
WWF India - Covid - 19 Emergency Fund
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Terre des hommes Deutschland e.V.

€ 75,000
3 months
Ongoing
Emergency funds in India in response to COVID 19
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Terre des hommes Deutschland e.V.

€ 600,000
3 years
Ongoing
Empowerment of girls and young women and introduction of a Mill Codex to employers and their organisations to end exploitative labour conditions in spinning mills of Tamil Nadu.
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Stichting Organic Cotton Accelerator

€ 40,000
3 months
Covid - 19 Emergency Fund
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Solidaridad Regional Expertise Centre (SREC)

€ 176,000
3 months
Ongoing
Solidaridad - Covid 19 Emergency Fund
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Social Awareness and Voluntary Education

€ 56,000
4 months
Ongoing
Emergency funds in India in response to COVID-19
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Social Awareness and Voluntary Education

€ 94,000
25 months
Ongoing
Promoting Interstate Migrant Workers’ Federation towards Collective Bargaining in Tamil Nadu
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Save the Children India

€ 102,000
3 months
Ongoing
Emergency support to vulnerable and at risk families in Madhya Pradesh
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Partners in Change

€ 39,000
3 months
Ongoing
COVID19 Emergency response support
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OnionDev Technologies Pvt Ltd

€ 39,000
3 months
Ongoing
Emergency funds in India in response to COVID 19
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Nazdeek, INC

€ 18,000
1 month
Ongoing
Emergency funds in India in response to COVID 19
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Intellecap Advisory Services Pvt Limited

€ 256,000
16 months
Ongoing
A model for collaboration and innovative prototyping around inclusiveness in the fashion industry.
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GoodWeave

€ 80,000
3 months
Ongoing
COVID19 emergency response fund
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Freedom Fund

€ 100,000
4 months
Ongoing
Emergency Funds in India for COVID 19 Response
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Foundation for Educational Innovations in Asia

€ 39,000
4 months
Ongoing
Emergency support in India in response to COVID-19
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Anti-Slavery International

€ 100,000
5 months
Ongoing
Covid-19 Emergency Fund support to Anit-Slavery International
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American Institutes for Research in the Behavioral Sciences

€ 245,000
2 years
Ongoing
Follow up study on socio-economic & environmental outcomes of organic cotton farm initiatives in Madhya Pradesh.
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American Institutes for Research in the Behavioral Sciences

€ 17,000
3 months
Ongoing
Covid-19 Emergency Fund to American Institutes for Research in the Behavioral Sciences.
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Aga Khan Foundation

€ 187,000
3 months
Ongoing
Covid 19 Emergency Fund support to Aga Khan Foundation
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Action for Social Advancement

€ 245,000
3 months
Ongoing
Covid 19 Emergency Fund to Action for Social Advancement
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Stichting Organic Cotton Accelerator

€ 3,670,000
0 months
Ongoing
Core support to develop a fit-for-purpose secretariat, including building HR & administrative capacity, rolling out new governance, and enabling OCA to continue formalising and delivering programmes.​
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Investor Watch

€ 1,500,000
37 months
Ongoing
Build on existing analysis of the industry’s nature-related risks and translates this into material financial risk for investors.
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Forum for the Future

€ 13,000
3 months
Ongoing
Forum for the Future - Covid 19 Emergency Fund
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EON Group Holdings Inc

€ 432,000
13 months
Ongoing
Create and accelerate the adoption of a global standard and digital system for the identification and management of apparel products in the circular economy.
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Doughnut Economics Action Lab

€ 33,000
7 months
Ongoing
To accelerate an economic transformation that promotes human flourishing on a thriving planet.
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Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute

€ 150,000
13 months
Ongoing
Developing product standard training guidance
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Council on Economic Policies

€ 1,500,000
42 months
Ongoing
To explore eonomic policy solutions that strengthen individual opportunity, social cohesion and environmental stability.
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Biomimicry Institute

€ 95,000
5 months
Completed
Using natural ecosystems to evolve the fashion industry.
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University College London

€ 95,000
1 year
Ongoing
Support for the Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose
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Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose

€ 90,000
2 years
Ongoing
To build the intellectual and policy case for green credit guidance policies to be adopted by central banks and financial supervisors to support the transition to a net-zero carbon economy
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Issara Institute

€ 480,000
2 years
Ongoing
Advancing ethical recruitment and labour management for Cambodian migrant workers in the apparel industry in Thailand and Malaysia.
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Solidarity Center

€ 140,000
13 months
Ongoing
Strengthening women garment workers' capacity to address safety risks as they continue to combat GBVH in their workplaces.
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Global Labour Justice

€ 129,000
3 months
Ongoing
COVID-19 emergency fund support for Global Labour Justice.
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Global Labour Justice

€ 75,000
0 months
Ongoing
Supporting women to lead the fight to end gender-based violence and harassment in the workplace through organising, advocacy and practice
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Solidar Suisse

€ 50,000
8 months
Ongoing
Covid 19 emergency fund
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FASE

€ 276,000
42 months
Ongoing
Agroecological Cotton: sustainable production by means of cultural and economic strengthening of Mato Grosso’s peoples and communities.
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UNDP - United Nations Development Programme

€ 22,000
1 year
Completed
Philanthropy Platform created to deepen partnerships and achieve the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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Solidarity Center

€ 21,000
3 months
Ongoing
Emergency Funding for Solidarity Center
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SENAI CETIQT

€ 184,000
25 months
Ongoing
Development of data, analysis, open-sourced methodologies to be validated by learning communities and disseminated through an online platform 'Inova Moda Digital' focused on creating a pathway to sustainability and circularity in fashion.
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Pia Sociedade Dos Missionarios - Missão Paz

€ 37,000
3 months
Ongoing
Emergency Funding for Missão Paz
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INSTITUTO PHI PHILANTROPIA INT

€ 16,000
1 year
Completed
Support to FIIMP - Foundations & Institutes for Impact, a joint initiative bringing together 22 Private Foundations to learn, track and understand the results of philanthropy investments in impact businesses, by trying out different financial instruments and supporting the impact investing ecosystem.
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Inpacto - National Pact Institute for the Eradication of Slave Labor

€ 40,000
3 months
Ongoing
Support the consolidation of the structure of InPACTO.
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Ethos - Institute of Business and Social Responsibility

€ 21,000
3 months
Ongoing
Emergency Funding for Ethos
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Instituto Campanha Nacional pelo Direito à Educação

€ 25,000
3 months
Ongoing
Emergency Funding for Campanha Nacional pelo Direito à Educação
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Fundo Brasil de Direitos Humanos

€ 24,000
3 months
Ongoing
Emergency Funding for Fundo Brasil
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Fundo ELAS

€ 10,000
3 months
Emergency Funding for Fundo ELAS
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Fundacion Solidaridad Latinoamerica

€ 21,000
3 months
Ongoing
Emergency Fund - 2020
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FICAS - International Social Environmental Fund

€ 45,000
8 months
Ongoing
Strengthening FICAS and its activities to empower migrant workers.
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FASE

€ 967,000
4 years
Ongoing
Strengthen women’s rights organisations and groups so they are able to implement initiatives and jointly advocate for the rights of informal apparel workers in three Brazilian states.
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Fase

€ 39,000
3 months
Ongoing
Emergency Fund - 2020
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Ethos/DIEESE/Reporter Brasil

€ 130,000
1 year
Ongoing
Promover um Fórum Intersetorial de Diálogo Social para a melhoria das condições de trabalho do pólo produtivo de confecções de Pernambuco à luz do ODS 8.
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ESPLAR - Research and Assessment Centre

€ 21,000
3 months
Ongoing
Emergency Fund - 2020
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Diaconia

€ 52,000
3 months
Ongoing
Emergency Fund - 2020
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CDHIC - Center for Human Rights and Immigrant Citizenship

€ 44,000
8 months
Ongoing
Funding to commbate forced labour in the fashion industry.
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CAMI - Migrant Support and Pastoral Centre

€ 9,000
3 months
Ongoing
Emergency Funding for CAMI
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Associação Franciscana De Solidariedade - Sefras

€ 60,000
3 months
Ongoing
Covid-19 Emergency Fund support for Sefras
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Associação Direitos Humanos em Rede - CONECTAS

€ 12,000
8 months
Ongoing
Monitoring laws approved during the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil: description, mapping and impacts on human rights
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International Labor Rights Forum (ILRF)

€ 99,000
1 year
Completed
To advocate for remedy in response to freedom of association violations in Bangladesh and Cambodia and promote an enabling environment for and compliance with the Bangladesh Accord.
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Bangladesh Occupational Safety, Health and Environment Foundation (OSHE foundation)

€ 99,000
7 months
Ongoing
Covid-19 Emergency Fund support for Bangladesh Occupational Safety, Health and Environment Foundation (OSHE foundation).
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Bangladesh Legal Aid and Services Trust (BLAST)

€ 75,000
5 months
Ongoing
Covid-19 Emergency Fund support for BLAST
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Bangladesh Center for Workers Solidarity (BCWS)

€ 1,100,000
5 months
Ongoing
Covid-19 Emergency Fund support to BCWS.
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Bangladesh Apparel Exchange Ltd

€ 25,000
2 months
Completed
Sponsorship of Bangladesh Fashionology Summit 2020: Third Edition.
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Intellecap Advisory Services Ltd

€ 15,000
1 month
Completed
Support to extend inclusive business models.
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Better Cotton Initiative

€ 100,000
3 months
Covid-19 Emergency Fund for BCI's support of IPs
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Utrecht University

€ 499,000
4 years
Ongoing
Assess the impact of circular strategies on gender equality, job quality and sustainable livelihood of workers in the fashion value chain.
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BSR

€ 350,000
18 months
Ongoing
Research into the job opportunities and quality in circular fashion and futures scenario planning.
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European Venture Philanthropy Association

€ 380,000
5 years
Ongoing
Support for the Corporate Social Investors initiative.
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Sefras

€ 405,000
2 years
Ongoing
The Network to Promote Decent Work is a collective project to combat forced labour in various sectors, including the fashion industry in the city of São Paulo, promoted by a network of civil society organizations, and partners of public entities.
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Reporter Brasil

€ 210,000
2 years
Ongoing
Prevention of child and slave labour through the improvement of care provided by public education and social assistance networks to immigrants.
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Redeh - Human Development Network

€ 300,000
2 years
Completed
Monitoring visits to Nova Friburgo, meetings and other activities that are essential to consolidate the Women Worker Network.
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ECOAR

€ 26,000
3 months
Completed
Planning of the project "Initiating Trafficking Junts" which supports female migrant heads of families.
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Solidarity Center

€ 263,000
19 months
Ongoing
Raise awareness and train Brazilian garment sector union leaders and workers to better engage in advocacy, social dialogue and legal defence efforts to combat diverse forms of gender-based violence (GBV) and to eliminate workplace discrimination against LGBTQ garment workers.
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Redeh - Human Development Network

€ 300,000
2 years
Ongoing
Supporting five thematic working groups within a network of seamstresses (The Women Workers of Friburgo Network), capable of local advocacy to uphold labour rights of apparel workers in the region.
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Fashion Revolution Brasil Institute

€ 800,000
3 years
Ongoing
Core support for the strengthening of Instituto Fashion Revolution Brasil, which will ensure the movement's main initiatives for the next three years (2020-2022), including: three editions of the FTI, among others.
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Instituto Ecoar Para A Cidadania

€ 37
4 months
Completed
A multi stakeholder initiative that focuses on building a new business model for empowering migrant workers, especially women, living in São Paulo.
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Instituto Ecoar Para A Cidadania

€ 83,000
1 year
Ongoing
Develop a methodology that is capable of empowering seamstresses who live and work in vulnerable situations in order to enable them to enter the sustainable fashion market.
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Fibra Design Sustentável ME

€ 34
2 months
Completed
Festival to foster the development of new sustainable economic models in Latin America.
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FGV - DIREITO SP

€ 59,000
7 months
Ongoing
Building a model of due diligence in human rights together with a group of brands, so that companies in the Brazilian fashion industry can prevent, evaluate, measure, control and remediate situations of forced labour in their supply chains.
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FASE

€ 967,000
4 years
Ongoing
Strengthen women’s rights organisations and groups so they are able to implement initiatives and jointly advocate for the rights of informal apparel workers in three Brazilian states.
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FASE

€ 86,000
21 months
Completed
Support women's rights grassroots organisations to conduct a survey with informal female apparel workers in Pernambuco and Rio de Janeiro, expand their knowledge on their the apparel supply chain, and organise themselves to collectively undertake action that may result in better working conditions.
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Ethos/DIEESE/Reporter Brasil

€ 130,000
1 year
Ongoing
To foster an Intersectoral Social Dialogue Forum to improve working conditions in the Pernambuco apparel production hub in light of SDG 8.
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Modefica

€ 102,000
11 months
Ongoing
Fibres for Textiles: A Systemic Perspective to Sustainable Paths For Circular Fashion.
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Shimmy Technologies, Inc.

€ 365,000
2 years
Ongoing
Upskilling garment workers in Bangladesh in advance of automation.
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Becoming a partner

Our five-step grant application process

We know that applying for grants takes a lot of time and energy, and we aim to make our process as constructive, transparent and efficient as possible.

We use a five-step process to  develop and approve new partnerships. The duration of each phase depends on how complex your initiative is and how much funding you're asking for. The whole process can take from just a few weeks to several months.

In general, we do not accept unsolicitied grant proposals. If you have an idea, please contact us and we will connect you with a programme manager.

 

1. Concept Note

In general, we do not accept unsolicited proposals, if you have an idea contact us, and we will connect you with a member of our team, who will go through the process with you. Once our team has walked you through the process, we will ask you to summarise your initiative in a four-page concept note. This gives us a good initial understanding of how your initiative fits with our strategy and signature programmes.

Every concept note we receive goes to one of our programme managers. It's their job to begin the due diligence process: they'll look at whether your idea and our programme complement each other, while considering your organisation's capacity to deliver on your concept.

If you're applying for less than EUR 100,000, the head of programme and the programme manager will then work together to decide whether to approve your application. If positive, your application will move straight to phase five – grant agreement.

If you're applying for EUR 100,000 or above, the head of programme and programme manager will decide whether to request a full proposal.

Please don't submit a concept note until you have contacted us. 

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2. Proposal

We then request a 10-page proposal with a detailed description of your initiative. The document includes an activity-based budget, Gantt chart, log frame and a monitoring and evaluation (M&E) plan. The programme manager will provide feedback on your first draft, including input from the M&E team on your log frame.

When you submit your final proposal, the head of programme and the programme manager will decide together whether to present it to our Investment Committee. They will mainly base their decision on the strategic fit of your proposal.  Will it help us meet our mission to bring about deep systemic change?

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3. Investment Committee

The Investment Committee is our global advisory body. It meets four times a year (February, May, October and December) to review all grant proposals of EUR 100,000 and above.

If the Investment Committee approves your proposal, the programme manager will work with you to address any questions and/or integrate any recommended changes from the Investment Committee.

If your application is for less EUR 500,000, you'll go straight to phase five – grant agreement.

4. Board of Directors

Laudes Foundation Board of Directors meets twice a year (June and December) and reviews those grant proposals of over EUR 500,000 that the Investment Committee has recommended for funding.

Please note that the Board may also review proposals below this threshold at the discretion of the head of programme and/or the CEO.

5. Grant Agreement

Once your concept note or proposal is approved, we'll create a legally binding contract between your organisation and Laudes Foundation.

This will include intended results, targets, milestones or reporting deliverables, and a payment schedule.

Answers to most questions

What is Laudes Foundation responding to?

Laudes Foundation was created to respond to the convergence of two global crises - inequality and climate breakdown - whose solutions require new levels of bravery and ambition globally. The global economic system’s relentless pursuit of growth and returns have brought the world to a tipping point. Humanity must change course. And we have the means to do so

What is the relationship between Laudes Foundation and C&A Foundation?

As C&A Foundation celebrated its 5th anniversary of making fashion a force for good, the team took the opportunity to evaluate its work and the changes in the industry and in the world over the past years. They realised that fashion’s issues were much bigger than the industry alone. The issues are systemic. So, they took a bold decision to launch Laudes Foundation to build on the industry-changing work of C&A Foundation in the fashion industry, but also take this approach and apply it to new industries – starting with the built environment. And importantly, to begin working to influence capital so that investments encourage good business practices. Thus, C&A Foundation’s work became the fashion programme of Laudes Foundation and the brand was retired.

How does Laudes Foundation work across its programmes?  

We have two industry verticals: Fashion and the Built Environment. And we have one cross-cutting programme, New Economy, that works across our industry verticals. This area will work with financial actors as well as with the industry actors to foster a shift in the global financial system. It will also influence investments in fashion and the built environment, to explore how finance can be used to encourage or foster innovation and good business practice.

What does the name mean?

Laudes (pronounced Lah-oo-des) Laudes is derived from the Latin word for 'praise’. It alludes to the Canticle of the Sun (Laudes Creaturarum), a song that celebrates all of creation as one family, and refers to the 2015 papal encyclical, Laudato si': On Care for Our Common Home.  The encyclical presents the current interconnected social and environmental crises as the result of the pursuit of limitless growth. It calls us all enter into debate, seek new ways of understanding progress, and invites the world of business to play a unique role. Touching on the shared Catholic heritage of the Brenninkmeijer family entrepreneurs, Laudes reveals both inspiration and purpose: to move towards the vision set out in Laudato si'.  At the same time, Laudes is an invitation to draw our own inspirations and traditions, believe that change is possible, and join together to build a just and regenerative economy

In what geographies does Laudes Foundation work in?

We have offices in Europe, India, Brazil, Hong Kong and Bangladesh.  The organisation is global in nature, as is the New Economy programme. Our work in the built environment will focus mainly on Europe initially, while fashion focuses on the most relevant producing countries.

 

Is Laudes Foundation a Catholic organisation?

Laudes Foundation is not a Catholic organisation. The name is a reflection of the heritage and inspiration of the Brenninkmeijer family.

 

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