The New Pact for Europe project was launched by the King Baudouin Foundation (Belgium) and is supported by a large transnational consortium of institutions.
The King Baudouin Foundation (KBF) is an independent, pluralistic foundation working in Belgium and at the European and international level.
The Bertelsmann Stiftung is the largest private operating non-profit foundation in Germany, created in 1977 by Reinhard Mohn. The foundation is active in political, social, economic, educational, cultural and health-related issues.
The BMW Stiftung Herbert Quandt was established in 1970 in recognition of Herbert Quandt’s services to BMW AG. The BMW Foundation believes that today’s complex social challenges can be addressed through international, cross-sectoral dialogue and multiple collaborations.
The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation is a Portuguese private institution of public utility whose statutory aims are in the fields of arts, charity, education and science.
The European Cultural Foundation is an independent foundation based in the Netherlands that has been operating across Europe for nearly 60 years.
The European Policy Centre (EPC) is an independent, not-for-profit think tank, committed to making European integration work.
The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust (JRCT) is a Quaker trust which seeks to transform the world by supporting people who address the root causes of conflict and injustice. This support is provided, primarily, through funding applied for by applicants.
The Caixa d'Estalvis i Pensions de Barcelona, "la Caixa", is a social, non-profit institution. Its founding objectives were to contribute to the development of the area, avoid financial exclusion, foster saving and investment and carry out social action to the benefit of citizens as a whole.
NEF acts as an operational platform to develop projects/initiatives between foundations and other funding initiatives by corporate and public entities; and to develop programmes related to Europe and the role of Europe on the global stage.
The Open Estonia Foundation (OEF) is a non-governmental not-for-profit public benefit foundation established in 1990 with the support of the philanthropist George Soros. The foundation is based in Tallinn, Estonia, and is affiliated with the global Open Society Foundations (OSF) network.
The Open Society Initiative for Europe aims to contribute to more vibrant and legitimate democracies in the European Union by working with a wide range of civil society actors and strengthening less central voices.
Stiftung Mercator is one of the largest private foundations in Germany. It pursues clearly defined objectives in its thematic clusters of integration, climate change and arts education and it achieves these objectives with a combination of socio-political advocacy and practical work.
The mission of the Swedish Cultural Foundation in Finland is to support and strengthen the culture and education of the Swedish-speaking minority in Finland.