DIG's Partners

HIV/AIDS, malnutrition and poverty are incredibly complex issues and there is no golden bullet for any of them. To begin to address these multi-disciplinary issues local and global organizations must work together. DIG’s work is one small piece of a much larger puzzle.

One of DIG’s core values is collaborative partnership. To have the largest global impact and create long-term sustainability it is key that DIG collaborates with organizations that have similar missions and values.

DIG has been proud to work with the following organizations. They have all provided support, collaborated on projects, and/or given their services to help DIG grow and fulfill our mission.

We greatly appreciate the value that each group has contributed. Collaborating with established local and international organizations already working within the community allows us to understand their concerns and needs which improves relations and helps provide a solid network of support. Below is a list of some of our past and present partners:

Project Partners Corporate Partners and Supporters
Dining for Women Tio Gazpacho
Project Redwood Sutherland
Clif Bar Family Foundation Imperial Court San Diego (founding supporter)
Joseph Tse Charitable Works International Imperial Court (founding supporter)
MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger Weil Gotshal
WISER Kelly Fisher- Page Layout Designer
Lwala Community Alliance Cary Norton
Peace Corps Karima Cooks
Global Health Corps Slaughter Group
Mother2Mothers GHS Foundation
Karama Connection Rob Benzon Foundation (founding supporter)
USAID Simon Cyrene Group
Aid for Africa Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta
Crossroads Spring Institute Grace Helen Spearman Charitable Foundation
Presbyterian Hunger Program Captain Notepad
Segal Family Foundation WeTopia - Sojo Studios
Starbucks: Youth Action Network Captain Notepad
Center for Infectious Disease Research in Zambia (CIDRZ)