We are mindful that no single organization can solve the complex problem of unemployment alone. Generation is always looking to expand the community of partners with whom we work.
Our network funders
No single institution can solve the complex problem of unemployment alone. We are grateful for our many generous supporters. Approximately half of our funding comes from philanthropy and half from employers & government donors.
- Admiral Group Plc
- Amazon Web Services
- American Express
- Annie E. Casey Foundation
- Arymax Foundation
- Ascendium Education
- Axis Bank Foundation
- B3 Social
- Bank of America Foundation
- BlackRock Foundation
- Boys and Girls Club of Puerto Rico
- CareerSource Northeast Florida
- Cisco Foundation
- Citi Foundation
- Clayton, Dubilier & Rice (CDR) Foundation
- Communities Foundation North Texas
- Credit Suisse APAC Foundation
- D. H. Chen Foundation
- Dentons Canada
- Dentons USA
- Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation
- Escuela de Organización Industrial (EOI)
- ESF – Greater London Authority
- Eversheds Sutherland USA
- Ezrah Charitable Trust
- Fidelity Foundation
- Fondazione Cassa Depositi e Prestiti
- Fremavi (Epsor)
- Garcia Family Foundation
- Gerson Lehrman Group (GLG)
- GitLab Foundation
- Greater Manchester Combined Authority – Digital Skills Partnership
- Hg Foundation
- Hilton Foundation
- Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust
- IKEA Foundation
- Infocom and Media Development Authority (IMDA)
- Institute of Technical Education (ITE)
- Instituto para el Desarrollo en Robotica, IDR
- Intesa Sanpaolo
- Jim Moran Foundation
- JP Morgan Chase Foundation
- Latham & Watkins France
- Latham & Watkins Spain
- League of Southeastern Credit Unions
- Macquarie Group Foundation
- Mastercard Foundation
- McKinsey & Company
- Meta Platforms, Inc.
- MetLife Foundation
- Paul Ramsey Foundation
- Pure Good Foundation
- Regions Bank Foundation
- RippleWorks Inc.
- Rockefeller Foundation
- Schultz Family Foundation
- Shell International Limited
- Stand Together Foundation
- Standard Chartered Foundation
- Starbucks Foundation
- Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA)
- Telles Foundation
- Temasek Holdings Advisors India Private Limited
- Thai Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation
- The Learning Agency
- TIAA Bank
- TrustLaw via Thomson Reuters Foundation
- UK Government Department for Education
- Unibail-Rodamco Westfield
- United Services Automobile Association (USAA)
- United Way of Northeast Florida
- Vanguard Charitable
- VRB Social
- Walmart National Giving
- West Midlands Combined Authority – Digital Skills Partnership
- World Health Organization
About partnering with Generation
We aim to work with partners across different sectors to create a more supportive and inclusive environment for people of all ages to access employment opportunities and succeed in their careers.
We work with different types of partners: employers, corporations, and philanthropy.
And our collaboration depends on the partners’ needs and objectives and can include funding, in-kind support, and ecosystem engagement.
Why partner with us?
At Generation, we believe in the power of employment to transform lives, and we know that you do too. Millions of people around the world struggle to make ends meet, much less to save money that can transform their lives and those of their families. And too often, good-paying jobs – the foundation for income stability and long-term well-being – lie out of reach for people who face one or more systemic barriers due to their gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, education, and income.
With your partnership, together, we can create a world where everyone has the opportunity to build a better future.
Your support will accelerate our progress. We’ll work with you to develop a support model that fits your needs
Funding to support our global hub team to develop programs, tools and services that enable us to scale to more learners, produce thought leadership, and explore new ways to grow our impact.
Funding to support our in-country affiliates in running profession-specific employment programs that are aligned by sector, geography, and/or talent pool with your strategic priorities.Get in touch
In-kind support in any form, including but not limited to access to learning assets such as content, tools, and certifications; subject matter expertise to identify high-demand job roles or create role-specific curricula; pro bono teams or volunteers to support us with strategic projects and activities.Find out more
Ecosystem engagement to secure job vacancies for our graduates with your customer, partner and/or supply chain networks.Find out more
At Generation we work with several different types of partners depending on the engagement and objectives
Generation typically partners with corporations that are looking to address skills gaps within their industry or region. We achieve that by designing and implementing programs that equip individuals with the skills they need to succeed in the workforce.
Corporations provide funding, expertise, and access to their networks to support the development and delivery of workforce development programs. Some may provide financial support to help fund the development and delivery of the programs, while others may provide expertise in specific areas such as curriculum development or job placement. They may also provide job opportunities for individuals who have completed our programs.
The partnership between corporations and Generation aims to create opportunities for individuals to develop the skills they need to succeed in the workforce, while also helping corporations address skills gaps and talent shortages within their industry.Find out more
Generation partners with foundations by leveraging the expertise, resources, and networks of both organizations.
Foundations can provide funding to Generation to support the development and implementation of programs and initiatives.
We leverage these funds to expand our reach and to provide more support to people of all ages.
We leverage foundations’ expertise and resources related to workforce development, education, and skills training. This includes research, training materials, and networks of professionals in various industries.
Foundations can work together with Generation to support people of all ages in developing the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the workforce. By leveraging their expertise, resources, and networks, they can create programs and initiatives that have a significant impact on the lives of people from underserved communities.Find out more
We partner with philanthropists to help fund, raise awareness and implement our programs. This happens via fundraising which provides financial support, enabling Generation to expand its services and reach more people of all ages. Help can also come by advocating for our cause and sharing our mission and raising awareness and generating support for Generation. Another way to support is to collaborate to design and implement programs that address the specific needs of disadvantaged people. Philanthropists can offer their expertise in a particular field, which can help Generation to improve our programs and services.
The partnership between philanthropists and Generation aims to create sustainable solutions for people of all ages facing barriers to education and employment. By working together, we can leverage their resources and expertise to make a greater impact in the communities we serve across the globe.Find out more
Generation and Google: Bringing tech skills to youth
With Google.org’s generous support, Generation has trained and found employment in the tech sector for more than 3,000 job seekers in France, Italy, and Spain.Read the story
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We want to work with you to meet your talent needs.