Since our establishment in 2017, GAEE has been fortunate to receive donations, grants and establish partnership with many influential corporations, organizations and institutions across the world. To commemorate their contributions to our achievements over the past 2 years, GAEE would like to honor these 20 entities in our “Hall of Fame” list:

  • Google for Nonprofit (3 partnership agreements: Adsense for Nonprofit, Google Apps for NGO, Google for Education)
  • Microsoft (3 partnership agreements: Microsoft for Nonprofit, Microsoft Partner Network, Microsoft for Education)
  • Facebook for Social Good
  • United Nations (2 partnership agreements: United Nations Partner Portal, UNICEF Partner Network)
  • Financial Times’ SSI Program
  • International Association of Economics
  • International Association of Students in Economic and Commercial Sciences (AIESEC)
  • Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Associations
  • TechSoup
  • Amazon Smile
  • The Guardian Small Business Network
  • Bristish Council (in association with IELTS USA)
  • Department of Education and Training (DOET) of various Central Vietnamese provinces
  • The Industrial University of HCMC
  • WordPress for Nonprofit
  • Canva for Nonprofit
  • IBM SPSS Predictive Analytics for Non-Profits
  • Salesforce NSPS
  • Open-licensed materials from OpenStax by Rice University
  • Wikimedia Foundation’s GLAM Project

Besides these amazing organizations, individual donors and supporters also play invaluable role in our operations. We would like to honor some of our most generous donors:

  • B.L in Boston, United States
  • K.A.V in Cagayan, the Phillipines
  • T.T in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
  • M.D.G in London, United Kingdom
  • C.N in Danang, Vietnam
  • K.G in Frankfurt, Germany
  • N.K. in Almaty, Kazakhstan

And of course, we cannot be here without the immesurable support from our 1500+ volunteers, members and fellows! As a 501(c)(3) and NGO, GAEE strives to become better and reach further with the ultimate goal of “empowering students across the world with economics education, financial literacy and entrepreneurship skills” as well as “fueling the reforms of economics education on a global scale.”

*This post is subjected to being edited to reflect possible changes in the future.