• Organization TypeFoundation
  • Staff26-50
  • HeadquartersUnited States
  • Founded2004

J.C. Flowers Foundation

The J.C. Flowers Foundation works with other funding organizations, governments and local grassroots organizations to solve health and social problems. The Foundation seeks maximum impact from its investments by working with wide range of partners with expertise and presence in hard to reach areas, or “last mile” communities. The J.C. Flowers Foundation supports locally identified solutions.The J.C. Flowers Foundation believes that the people who live in the communities have the best knowledge about how to solve their own problems. The Foundation brings to the table financial, technical and operational support as well as access to partnerships and advocacy at national and international levels. The foundation's Approach - Practicing Partnership and Investing in Local Solutions Partnership is key to the work of the J.C. Flowers Foundation. Partners provide expertise and presence in hard to reach areas and ensure resources are leveraged to support communities most efficiently and effectively. The J.C. Flowers Foundation supports locally identified solutions. The J.C. Flowers Foundation believes that the people who live in the communities have the best knowledge about how to resolve their own problems. The Foundation brings to the table financial, technical and operational support as well as access to partnerships and advocacy at national and international levels.  The organization’s partners include grassroots communities, other funders, implementers, researchers, religious organizations, non-profits, UN agencies, bi-laterals and multi-lateral, and national governments. The J.C. Flowers Foundation believes that each partner brings something unique to the work and is essential to the delivery of high quality programs in the communities The J.C. Flowers Foundation serve. Through the Isdell: Flowers Cross Border Malaria Initiative the Foundation plays an active role implementing Malaria Elimination programs in the border areas of Angola, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe with the support of a variety of Malaria Elimination Partners. In the Harlem Prison Initiative, Partners - including the Harlem Community Justice Center, The New York Department of Corrections and the Kennedy School of Government - play a more active role, with financial support of the Foundation.
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Company Offices

  • United States (headquarters)
  • New York
  • 767 5th Avenue