Our Supporters

The MARO Project is supported by the foundation Humanity United and The Connect U.S. Fund.

Humanity United
Humanity United is a foundation committed to building a world where slavery and mass atrocities are no longer possible. Established in 2005 by Pam Omidyar, Humanity United supports efforts that empower affected communities to rebuild security and justice, and address the root causes of conflicts to build lasting peace. Humanity United brings together the best in research, policy, and public pressure to activate local and global solutions and address human suffering on a broad scale.
The Connect U.S. Fund
The Connect U.S. Fund is a small team of foreign policy advocates working to build relationships among diverse actors and deliver targeted tasks to policymakers. Its current program includes advocacy in five key areas: nonproliferation, climate change, reform of international financial institutions, support for U.S. civilian capacities, and human rights. Through a program of grant-making and operations which foster stronger collaboration and advocacy among nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) active on these issues, the Connect U.S. Fund seeks to advance responsible U.S. global engagement in an increasingly interdependent world.