The Council maintains a dynamic library of resources for global Grantmakers. Country Notes are a widely-used resource that provides detailed information on domestic non-profit laws in 35 countries. In 2019, we expanded content around our 13 most-visited countries to create new, members-only resources where we identify local networks and contacts, curate reports on country-level trends, and list funders actively working in specific countries.
To learn more about the Council on Foundations Country Notes, visit the link below.
Here is an example of one of our 13 expanded country notes:
We believe the organizations and contacts listed on this page can help with getting started in this country. Feel free to also reference our Global Grantmaking resources to understand the basics of giving globally.
Philanthropy Networks in Mexico
Strengthen the collective work of community foundations to help their programs achieve greater scope, impact and transcendence.
Mariana Sandoval, Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
HIP partners with a transnational network of foundations to make impactful investments in the Latino community
Angeles Anaya email@example.com
KEY US FOUNDATION WITH LOCAL OFFICES
Santa Margarita 227, Insurgentes San Borja, 03100 Benito Juarez, CDMX, Mexico
Open Society Foundation
1730 Pennsylvania Ave NW #700, Washington, DC 20006
Vito Alessio Robles 39-103
Ex-Hacienda de Guadalupe, Chimalistac
México, D.F. 01050
Phone and Fax (52-55) 3004-1692
The W.K Kellogg Foundation
Ciudad de Mexico, DF, Mexico
office: +52 (55) 8421-2934
NATIONAL LISTING OF CERTIFIED NGO’S
Locally registered Mexican non-profits must be listed in the Registry of Civil Society Organizations (CLUNI), managed by the Comision de Fomento de las Actividades do las Organiizaciones de la Sociedad Civil (https://www.corresponsabilidad.gob.mx/?p=482bd57ea95bb42cc15c82d63af42ea…). Search their registered CSO portal here