EverGift Welcomes Jonathan Wunderlich, Executive Development Advisor


Originally from Rochester, NY, Jon graduated from Ithaca College with degrees in Writing and English Literature.  For the last thirteen years, he has held various titles and certifications as a teacher, trainer, professor, and business consultant.  Before moving to the Dominican Republic, he lived overseas for eight years in countries such as Mexico, Argentina, Venezuela, and Germany, contributing to a global perspective on many different cultural issues. .  Jon received training and solid experience as a teacher at the USES University in Buenos Aires and then became a business consultant working in intercultural communications and giving seminars on business negotiations, language and presentations.  His consultant work included contracts with Roche, Nestle, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche Telecom, Siemens, and Zurich AG.  Since 2004, Jonathan Wunderlich has served as Director of Development for The DREAM Project.  He has guided The DREAM Project in its growth into an internationally recognized nonprofit.  Jon is an asset in any organization and EverGift is overjoyed to welcome him to the team.  As EverGift Executive Development Advisor, Jon will work closely with other staff to develop important partnerships and community outreach.  We all look forward to working with you, Jon!

Empowering Girls, closing the gender gap in education


In Uganda, as is true in many parts of the world, women often lack access to simple yet expensive menstrual hygiene products. Every month, many female students are forced to miss days of school, with direct impact on their academic progress. In 2012 Brick by Brick Uganda funded a needs assessment to research this problem and inquire from the girls themselves, about a practical solution. Thus, the My Pads Project was born. 

Read more about what our partner, Brick by Brick, is doing to solve social problems with market-based solutions in the Brick by Brick Blog.

Restore Health joins The EverGift Family of Sponsors!


We’d like to give a warm welcome to Restore Health which has recently joined the EverGift family of sponsors.  Through their sponsorship Restore Health has shown a strong commitment to innovative solutions to poverty.  The Restore Health EverGift account will work with organizations that address health care needs with innovative social enterprise strategies. Capostromerriu . Restore Health follows their social enterprise investments closely and considers their EverGift investment to be paramount in their vision of a health care marketplace that strives to serve patient’s individual needs with quality care. Learn more about Restore Health and their mission to make patient custom care a benchmark here.

the Financial Times Features EverGift

The Trium Executive MBA class of 2012 have raised thousand of dollars from their classmates and and employers to invest in social enterprise initiatives around the world. Trium is one of the world’s top EMBAs – MBAs for working managers – and the degree is awarded by three business schools, the Stern school at New York University, HEC in Paris and the London School of Economics. Read More>>


Class of 2012 Trium Legacy Funds through evergift


In January 2012, Marty Low and Matt Wanderer will have completed their two-year global executive MBA program with TRIUM, the innovative joint program run by three top business schools: New York University’s Stern School of Business, London School of Economics, and HEC Paris. But while these two students will soon be moving on to put their degrees to work, they’re not leaving their cohort behind. Low and Wanderer have created a unique fund to harness the power of their student network for global social impact. Read More >>