Other IDPF+ Grantees
Harambeans are a network of highly educated young African entrepreneurs who use their talents to build high impact social and business ventures across the African continent. Harambeans are diverse, competitive, and impactful in ways that inspire others and produce meaningful growth. In 2017, IDP Foundation became one of the founding partners of Harambeans, committed to developing the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Africa and creating economic vitality and job creation across the region.
Shedd Aquarium has been recognized by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s Species Survival Commission (IUCN SSC) as a Center for Species Survival — one of just 11 Centers on the planet. Shedd is using applied conservation science to inform assessments and safeguard freshwater species and environments in key biodiversity hotspots. As supporters of Shedd’s Learning & Community programs and dedicated advocates for educational advancement in Chicago and beyond, the IDP Foundation uniquely understands Shedd’s 92-year legacy of welcoming millions of school children to experience the astonishing diversity of the aquatic world, up close and personal.
The Museum of Science and Industry (MSI) is the the largest science center in the Western Hemisphere. From field trips to teacher resources, MSI provides learning experiences both inside and outside the classroom—because improving science education is critical. IDPF supports the broad impact that MSI Education Programs have on the community. MSI makes science learning engaging, accessible, and fun for thousands of students, teachers, and families.
Our PRI recipients
We believe that our ability to support potentially impactful social enterprises with investment solutions such as PRIs is an important way to spur sustainable solutions to complex issues.