Our partners

Malala Fund believes girls are the best investment in peace, prosperity and our shared future.

With support from the following partners, we are leading the movement for education and equality around the world.


Apple, Inc.

With Apple’s support, Malala Fund expects to double the Education Champion Network, including expansion to India and Brazil, with a goal of providing secondary education opportunities to more than 100,000 girls.


Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has been instrumental in supporting our organisation’s growth, including seeding the launch of the Education Champion Network.


Citi’s "e for education" campaign invests in Malala Fund’s Education Champion Network operating in Afghanistan, Brazil, India, Nigeria, Pakistan and the Syria region.

Landry Family Foundation

The Landry Family Foundation invests critical resources into our signature initiative, the Education Champion Network.


The Big Heart Foundation

With a grant from The Big Heart Foundation, Malala Fund constructed a new secondary school for up to 1,000 students in Shangla, Pakistan — Malala’s hometown.

Starbucks Foundation

The Starbucks Foundation shares Malala Fund’s vision of promoting girls’ education and expanding leadership opportunities. Their support and global reach is enabling Malala Fund to explore areas of expansion for the Education Champion Network.

VMware, Inc.

VMware, Inc. is helping develop systems and solutions to improve Malala Fund’s technology infrastructure.


Echidna Giving

Echidna Giving supports our research and advocacy initiatives to close the worldwide funding gap for girls' education.

Free a Girl

Free A Girl allows Malala Fund to expand our reach in India supporting girls’ empowerment initiatives, increasing access to schools and campaigning for resources and funding.

Hawk Foundation

The Hawk Foundation supports Education Champions’ work to generate progress on girls’ secondary education in their communities.


Banco Itaú invests in Malala Fund's programmes in Brazil that create educational opportunities for Indigenous and Afro-Brazilian girls.

Pluralsight One

In addition to a financial commitment, Pluralsight One provides access to its learning platform to better equip our staff and Education Champions with the technological skills needed to advance our work.


The Edward and Sheila Crane
and Kesey Family Charities Fund
Fakih Foundation
Ingram Family Fund
Jacobs Family Foundation
The ShineMaker Foundation
Snowbird Foundation, Inc.
Mike Spurlino
Passion Planner


Alex & Ani
Boon Supply
Celebrity Cruises
Chavez for Charity
Stephanie Dodson Cornell
and James Cornell
Cranaleith Foundation
Dancing Tides Foundation
Dr. Satish Desai OBE
Duff & Phelps Charitable Foundation
Ellucian Company L.P.
Hachette UK
Love Humanity
Musk Foundation
The Friends of
David Mian Foundation (Riaz Mian)
Alice Sturm
Ken and Patricia Warner
Amy Yao

Malala Fund is building creative partnerships that maximise our impact for girls’ education.

Please contact us if you or your company are interested in joining this list
of generous organisations and individuals.