Our mission is to create Digital Financial Services Infrastructure for the World to bring billions of people into the formal economy.
WHAT WE DO
We at SYNE Foundation are focused on our core pillars to make this planet a better place helping social donors and investors create thoughtful, effective philanthropy using Behavioral Science and Data within the Collective Intelligence framework.
We do this by providing philanthropic initiatives, by incubating innovative and early-stage non-profits and donor collaborative and by sharing insights and producing approaches, strategies and practices.
We believe that technology sharing advances the philanthropic sector and we engage with emerging topics in order to drive innovation. We will ensure that our trusted partners create philanthropic best practices and insights on issues of strategic importance to different sectors.
We help fund raisers and investors create thoughtful, effective philanthropy using Behavioural Science and Data with Collective Intelligence.
HOW WE DO
SYNE Foundation works with partners to provide best practices, facilitating fund raising for achieving the mission goals, partnering organisations and corporates to develop innovative approaches and deliver social innovations to the needy. We invest in developing social innovations to help in solving these problems, in turn creating social impact.
At SYNE, we have pledged 2% of our resources’ time, licenses and profits for philanthropy. We help translate ideas and intentions into a program that charts a clear path to the desired social impact. We practice a collaborative, iterative process that helps assess current approach and build consensus from key stakeholders around a shared vision for the future.
We pledge 2% and encourage our partners, customers and corporates to pledge 2% of their resource time, financial profits for social good and social innovations. We believe in Collectively we can change this World.
There are more than 600,000 NGOs in Australia whose employees make up 8% of Australian workforce.
With over 3.3 million non-governmental organisations, India has approximately one NGO for every 400 people.
84% Canadians donate to NGOs with an average individual donation of $446 per year. In total, that is $10.6 billion every year.
There are more than 129,000 public-benefit foundations in Europe, giving more than 53 billion euros annually.
80% of global citizens agree that NGOs make it easy to be involved in positive Social Change.
There are more than 1.5 million NGOs in the United States, contributes 5.3% to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP).