A river in Kitui, Kenya, where CWS has implemented Water for Life projects. Photo: Beth Oppenheim/CWS. Photo: Aaron Tate/CWS

CWS enjoys the benefit of a robust spectrum of funding, implementing and organizational partners. Our grassroots base, comprised of individuals and faith communities, continue to support our rights-based community development and humanitarian work through an array of programs, including CWS Blankets and Tools, CWS Kits and the CROP Hunger Walk. Our most noteworthy government support is reflected in serving as one of nine agencies that resettle refugees for the U.S. government. This annual contract is the backbone of our work accompanying refugees on their arduous process of applying for resettlement and supports the public-private partnership that helps refugees find new homes in the U.S.

Organizations whose names are italicized generously supported CWS financially in FY 2016.

AAH
Aba Sistèm Restavèk
ACT Cambodia Forum
ACT Diocese of Kitui
Act for Peace
ACT Indonesia Forum
ACT Vietnam Forum
ADS North Rift Region
Agency for the Rural Development of Haiti
Ajinomoto Co., Inc.
Alfa
Alliance of Baptists
American Baptist Churches USA
AmeriCares
Anglican Development Services
Arcus Foundation
Asian Disaster Reduction and Response Network
Association for Development & Our Villager’s Rights
Australian Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade
Ayeyarwady Regional Government / Relief & Resettlement Department
Brawijaya University
Bread for the World Protestant Development Service
Buhler, Inc.
Caminante Proyecto Educativo
Capacity Building Initiative
Center for Regional Studies of Tarija
Center for Youth Integration
Centre for Affordable Water & Sanitation Technology
Child Helpline Cambodia
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
Christian Medical Action
Church of the Brethren
Churches for Middle East Peace
Civil Association of Relatives of Detainees of Federal Prisons in Argentina
Committee of Churches for Emergency Assistance
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Commonwealth of Virginia
Community World Service Asia
Conference of Evangelical Churches of Guatemala
Co-operation for Development of Cambodia
David and Carol Myers Foundation
DCA
Dompet Dhuafa
ECHO
Ecumenical Foundation for Peace & Justice
Ecumenical Regional Center for Advice & Service
Esperanca
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Faith Forum on Middle East Policy
Farming Systems Kenya
Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Mission
Foods Resource Bank
Foundation for Development in Justice & Peace
Four Freedoms Fund
Global Network of CSOs for Disaster Reduction
Government of Indonesia
Government of Japan
Government of Vietnam
Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo
Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
Grupo de Pastores Interdenominacionales
Gurises Unidos
Haiti Advocacy Working Group
Healing Hearts
Henry E. Niles Foundation, Inc.
Humanitarian Forum Indonesia
International Committee of the Red Cross
International Land Coalition
International Organization on Migration
International Orthodox Christian Charities
Japan Church World Service
Japan CSO 0Coalition for DRR
Japan Ecumenical Taskforce for SAIGAI (disaster)
Japan NGO Center for International Cooperation
Japan Platform
Jesuit Refugee Service
Kashiwagi Church, Tokyo
Kayin State Government
Kenyan Ministry of Education
Khmer Community Development Association
Koinonia
Korean Presbyterian Church
Kyoto University
Latin America Working Group
MAP International
Mennonite Commission for Social Action
Mimiwosumasu Project
Myanmar Red Cross Society
Ñande Roga Guazu
National Christian Council in Japan
Niwano Peace Foundation
North Vietnam College of Agriculture & Rural Development
Ormax
Osprey Foundation
Peace Boat Disaster Relief Volunteer Center
Plataforma NNAPES
Presbyterian Church (USA)
Proyecto Sunu
Quail Roost Foundation
Quality & Accountability Network Japan
Regional Development Service
Roshan Learning Center
Royal Cambodian University of Agriculture
Royal Government of Cambodia
Royal University of Phnom Penh
Rural Development Association
Sant Kretyen pou Devlopman Entegre
SEEDS Asia
Serbian Red Cross
Social Service of Dominican Churches
St. Andrew’s Refugee Services
St. Mary’s United Methodist Church Foundation
State of Florida
State of New Jersey
State of North Carolina
Suaka
Tbilisi Youth House Foundation
TCRS
Tetra Pak Vietnam
The Cambodian Center for Study & Development in Agriculture
The Church of Christ in Thailand
The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Malaria & Tuberculosis
The Interchurch Center of Theological & Social Studies
The National Council of YMCAs of Japan
The National Council of YMCAs of Myanmar
Timor-Leste Defense Forces
Timor-Leste Ministry of Health
Trull Foundation
U.S. Department of Defense HIV-AIDS Prevention Program
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Refugee Resettlement
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration (PRM)
Unbound Philanthropies
UNICEF
United Board of Missions
United Church of Christ
United Methodist Church
United Methodist Committee on Relief
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance
United Nations Refugee Agency
United States Citizen & Immigration Services
Vietnam Multi-Stakeholder Disaster Management Working Group
Vietnam Multi-Stakeholder WASH Working Group
Vietnamese Women’s Unions Local Branches
Washington Office on Latin America
WaterAid
Week of Compassion
Wesley Foundation
World Council of Churches
World Health Organization
YANG’AT
Yayasan Pedula Insan Sejahtera
Yayasan Pusbinlat Motivator Toraja
YWCA Rwanda

CWS is a founding member of ACT Alliance, a coalition of 140 churches and faith-based organizations working together in more than 100 countries to create positive and sustainable change in the lives of poor and marginalized people regardless of their religion, politics, gender, sexual orientation, race or nationality, in keeping with the highest international codes and standards.

ACT Alliance is deeply rooted in the communities it serves and is supported by 25,000 staff from member organizations. The Alliance mobilizes approximately $1.5 billion for its work each year in humanitarian aid, development and advocacy.