The Eleanor Crook Foundation
The Eleanor Crook Foundation is a growing U.S. philanthropy committed to research, capacity building, and advocacy to end global malnutrition. The Eleanor Crook Foundation was co-founded in 1997 by Eleanor Crook and her late husband, Ambassador William H. Crook.
The Vitol Foundation
We achieve this by investing in initiatives and interventions across five Programme areas: Health, WASH (Water Sanitation and Hygiene), Education, Enterprise & Livelihoods and Humanitarian Response. Our focus is on supporting solutions that improve quality of performance, promote greater inclusion, foster appropriate innovation and catalyse access to finance, all within the broader context of poverty.
This means that the work we support is invariably in low, and low to middle income countries, where the challenging effects of chronic under-development, conflict and natural disasters are commonplace.
A private foundation focused on connecting resources to needs.
We are aware of the need for solutions to be contextually appropriate, and geography considerate.
We work with NGOs and governments, and we work with implementers and systems-change initiators.
We are based in Boston, Massachusetts.