Since 1990 Partnerships For Change® (PFC) has promoted social and economic transformation through direct humanitarian action and sustainable development. Based in San Francisco, PFC is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to positive transformation at the community level. PFC works with communities around the world, empowering individuals to achieve their full potential as well as building and strengthening community alliances.
Partnerships For Change® (PFC) has been recognized and acknowledged as a global leader in human development along with organizations such as Amnesty International, Green Peace, Habitat for Humanity and PETA. PFC also works closely with the United Nations, United Nations Global Compact, United Nations Environment Programme and the United Nations Foundation. Our work has been featured on CNN, PBS, Nightly Business Report, CBS NBC, ABC, Orange County Register, as well as international newspapers, magazines and, radio stations and magazines.
Samarpan Movement a charitable not-for-profit entity, established in September 2006 in New Delhi. PFC supports the foundation through outreach, financial support, and program development to provide global support and assistance of any kind where there is humanitarian, ecological, environmental and animal welfare need.
The projects developed and advanced by Samarpan Foundation are volunteer-driven and individually empower economic development for women, health through clinics and food for the needy, education for the poor including tuition support, and environmental sustainability through innovative homes and buildings with recycled materials.
Recent Support and Development for Samarpan
PFC designed and delivered a United Nations forum to showcase the innovative projects of the Samarpan Movement that help in “sustainable recovery” from natural disasters.
Every day over 1,200 children die of malaria. 70% of all deaths are children under the age of 5. Kids Against Malaria is a multi-language musical project about malaria treatment and prevention, inspired by the children from the International Center of Art and Music at Ouidah (CIAMO). Kids become the voice to create awareness and promote solutions for this deadly, but treatable disease. A team of Beninoise and internationally acclaimed musicians and filmmakers worked alongside the kids of CIAMO and Grammy Award-winning musician Angelique Kidjo, to produce a multimedia musical PSA that promotes current informational and solution based content about Malaria.
Kids Against Malaria: the song, ringtones, the music video, and the behind the scenes film will be widely distributed and available across transmedia platforms which will include, cell phones, television, radio and social media digital outlets. This project marries the arts, technology, and social media outlets to educate and promote solutions for combating the deadly, but treatable disease of malaria. Kids Against Malaria was formed with the support of the U.S. Embassy in Benin, U.S. Department of State, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Peace Corps, Harvard University, UNICEF and USAID.