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Our Clients

From the beginning, it has been our goal to make every client relationship a true partnership, one rooted in collaboration and dedicated toward bringing about positive change. williamsworks shares in this collaboration with a broad range of individuals, foundations, and other organizations, including nonprofits and the philanthropic arms of for-profit entities.

We are honored to serve as a trusted extension of our clients. Some of our current and former clients include:

African Agricultural Technology Foundation (RED)
Aegis Trust Schultz Family Foundation
Alaska Wilderness League Seattle International Foundation
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Starkey Hearing Foundation
CARE Theo Chocolate
Eastern Congo Initiative Thorn
Gatorade  TOMS Shoes
Google.org Tostan
Glamour  Vanity Fair
K’NAAN  Water Advocates
Marguerite Casey Foundation  Water.org
Mark Torrance Foundation  Equal Justice Initiative
Nike Foundation
ONE
Open Road Alliance
PATH

 

Case Studies

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Open Road Alliance

In 2011, the future Founder of Open Road Alliance was already an active individual philanthropist supporting initiatives at the community level. She had been interested in exploring international giving but was skeptical, as many are, about the impact her individual support could have against global challenges. Then a conversation with a friend changed everything. The […]

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Marguerite Casey Foundation

In 2001, Casey Family Programs was one of the nation’s largest operating foundations, investing over a billion dollars since 1966 in programs and services to benefit children and families in the child welfare system. And its leaders had an even more ambitious vision. Casey Family Programs worked with williamsworks’ founder to design and launch a […]

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CARE

Few humanitarian organizations have operated as long or as successfully as CARE. The well-known “Care Package” of post-WWII Europe has become an icon of the philanthropic community and a universal part of our lexicon. Today, CARE’s broad humanitarian programs reach 84 countries and 83 million people. Believing that a focus on women and children is […]