As a democracy reform and anti-corruption organizational incubator, The Fund for Constitutional Government (FCG) is pleased to welcome its newest fiscally-sponsored project, Keseb. Keseb is a nonpartisan, pro-democracy organization building an ecosystem for cross-country learning, collaboration, and innovation to turn the tide against authoritarianism and advance inclusive and resilient democracies. Keseb is led by Yordanos Eyoel, an Ethiopian-American democracy entrepreneur, who founded Keseb to contribute to a multiracial global pro-democracy movement, bridging U.S. and international efforts.
“We are very excited about the partnership between FCG and Keseb and what it means for strengthening democracy worldwide,” said Ian Gary, executive director of FCG. “At a time when new and established democracies are under stress, it’s vitally important to adopt innovative approaches to defending and protecting democratic systems. We are happy to see Keseb join our growing group of projects working on democratic accountability and anti-corruption reforms.”
“With FCG’s strong track record of incubating and supporting pro-democracy organizations, we couldn’t be more thrilled to join this incredible community of mission-aligned efforts”, said Yordanos Eyoel, founder and CEO of Keseb. “We are joining FCG at a critical moment and look forward to working together to defend and strengthen democracy at home and abroad.”
FCG provides fiscal sponsorship to non-profit advocacy projects. Instead of incorporating as a 501(c)(3) public charity, organizations can become fiscally sponsored projects of FCG for a competitive administrative fee. FCG receives grants and donations on behalf of the project and provides fiduciary oversight, financial management, payroll and human resources, and administrative services to the project. For more information about fiscal sponsorship with FCG, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.