Every year, the Open Society Foundations give thousands of grants to groups and individuals who promote our values—through a unique network that is guided by local voices and global expertise.
Over the past three decades, our giving has focused on supporting people who are trying to make their communities fairer, freer, and more harmonious.
Our decentralized and bottom-up approach allows us to focus on long-term strategies while also remaining nimble and flexible enough to respond to sudden crises.
Our grants—ranging from a few thousand to hundreds of thousands of dollars—are awarded to organizations, scholars, and activists in over 120 countries.
The Open Society Foundations are active in more than 120 countries around the world. Our national and regional foundations and thematic programs give thousands of grants every year toward building inclusive and vibrant democracies.
Where We Work
- Asia Pacific
- Latin America and the Caribbean
- Middle East and North Africa
- United States
George Soros began his philanthropic work in Africa in 1979. Today, the Open Society Foundations have a network of foundations and offices across the continent, working on democratic governance, economic advancement, and a host of other issues.蜜芽网站域名无弹窗全文阅读 蜜芽网站域名无弹窗 蜜芽网站域名无弹窗全文阅读 蜜芽网站域名无弹窗 ,po18脸红心跳作茧最新章节_po18脸红心跳作茧最新章节目录 po18脸红心跳作茧最新章节_po18脸红心跳作茧最新章节目录 Learn more
George Soros is the founder and chair of the Open Society Foundations. He has given away more than $32 billion of his personal fortune to fund the Open Society Foundations’ work around the world.Learn more about George Soros