Individual Sponsors 2016
Thibaud Dezyn, Jimmy Heyns, Henk Van Arkel
Elvis Ogweno, Annette Loudon, Chris Lindstrom, Christina Bordes, Elizabeth Weiland, Gilfrid Powys, Loucéro Mariani, Jim and Ellen Wagner, The Ruddick Family, The Kowa Family, Dawn Richards, Edmond Oklahoma United Methodist Women, Prof. Dr. Margrit Kennedy, Prof. Declan Kennedy, Dr. Jeremy Bendell, Xenia Heinze
Association TAOA, Jamie Brown, Kevin Cox, Sergio Lub, Hayem Etienne, Edgar Kampers, DELAMARE, David Hall, MULLER, Marie-Hélène, Barbara Schiess, Eva Vander Giessen, Joseph Leonardi, Susan Steed, Guido Hosman, Gabriel Grimsditch, Tobias Fields,
Nemo Curiel, Hugo Godschalk, Guido Hosman, Lorne Covington, Bob and Margaret Macemon, Sergio Lub, Mark and Julie Richards, Carla Lundberg, PINTO Romain, Scott Williams, Barbara Schiess, Aaron Vaillancourt, Leander Bindewald, Brent Ranalli, Eric Harris-Braun, Martin Kreidenweis, Georg Pluta, Arthur Brock, Daniel Quay, Guy Staniforth

We would like to thank our partners and sponsors!

The Kenyan Government Relevant Ministries and Government Officials are cornerstones in all our programs.
DOEN is our first sponsor with the mission to help develop community currency programs as part of the circular economy.
SEGAL Family Foundation is helping us with capacity building and has a focus on the coast of Kenya.
LUSH Cosmetics has partnered with GE to support the launches of Community Currencies in Nairobi
Triodos Foundation has supported Grassroots Economics in the development of its training program.
Schumaker Center for a New Economics is supporting cooperative development in Kenya utilizing Community Currencies.
Nyendo-Lernen supports schools in Nairobi and was the driving force behind the Gatina-Pesa and Kangemi-Pesa in Nairobi with the goal of supporting schools in the area.
Chiemgauer is a regional currency program in Germany that helped design and print Community Currencies in Kenya.
Community Forgeis a Swiss Non-Proft focusing on helping communities connect to their own abundance and has helped inspired our work with mutual-credit systems.
Institute for Leadership and Sustainability (IFLAS)has been spearheading research on Complementary Currencies (CCs) and assisting us in spreading the word about CCs as a tool for sustainable development.
Burners Without Bordershas supported our Performing Arts program since 2009. Its founder and director Carmen Mauk has been a wonderful source of inspiration and guidance.
Green World Campaign'sKenya chapter shares office space with GE and has also helped in adding an environmental focus to our Complementary Currency programs. We thank it's founder Marc Barasch and all his efforts to re-green the world.
Rotary Club of Macksville, Australia “Service above Self” support its communities – local, national and global.

We would also like to thank our many crowd-funding supporters of the Community Currency Programs listed to the right as well as all those who signed the Bangla-Pesa petition in 2013 to help us win a precedent setting court case and expand our programs.