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How can my organisation have more impact? How can we reach out to more beneficiaries?


One Family Foundation has the know-how and the proven tack record to advise you on how to create strategies that can help grow your organisation and increase your impact.


At this time, we are working with 8 organisations to assist in taking them to scale. If you want to know more about how you can take your organisation to scale, please contact us.


Buzz Women are on a mission to make low-income women the drivers of green prosperity – for their own selves, for their families, and for their communities. Buzz Women enables women to generate more cash, develop their confidence, and take climate action. 


To this moment, Buzz Women has trained over 220,000 women and set-up a permanent education structure in over 5000 local villages in India and The Gambia.

'Jeroo is razor-sharp and helps us to focus our model and scale our impact. Her own experience as a serial-founder is invaluable. She knows what it takes to scale and is straightforward in her communication and feedback. Something that is rare yet invaluable. A five-star person that challenges conventional thinking and always inspires me to think different!'

- Dave Jongeneelen, Co-Founder of Buzz Women

One Family's role: Facilitating to reach more than 10 million women by 2030.


Deedmob is an online volunteering platform connecting volunteers, charities, companies, and government institutions to increase collaboration and maximise social impact.


Deedmob believes volunteering is the “eureka!” to tackle social issues, especially youth unemployment, the aging population, divisions in society, and unsustainable business practices. The platform also incorporates new technology into the process to attract and catch up with the new wave of youth. In their words, “to make doing good easy and more social for individuals”. With a network of 1000+ charitable organizations and more than 850,000 volunteers, Deedmob is the largest volunteer platform in the Netherlands and looking to expand further to all of Europe. 

One Family's role: Advisor in scaling up projects within the Netherlands and the EU. 


FinMango launched in 2016 as a global non-profit organization with one goal: economic empowerment. The heart of FinMango is a large and growing group of volunteers who do this because they are passionate about democratising opportunity and prosperity, both in their communities and in countries around the world. They bring entrepreneurship, investment education, financial literacy, and microfinance to people around the world.

"Learning from Jeroo is a dream come true. She is a visionary leader with a proven track record that has impacted millions. The knowledge and wisdom she has already imparted upon me has been a great help and I look forward to scaling FinMango under her guidance. Outside of FinMango, I want to express my deepest gratitude for her believing in me. She is already becoming an excellent friend, teacher, mentor, and a great inspiration for me. She will forever remain a major contributor to my success and achievements and I look forward to the day I can recycle that knowledge for someone else."

- Scott Glasgow, Founder and Managing Director of FinMango

One Family's role: Guiding their global scale-up strategy. 

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Million Sparks Foundation is a non-profit organisation that has developed a mobile application platform “ChalkLit” to enable lifelong learning and continuous capacity building of teachers, educators, and school leaders at a global scale to impact the life and learning outcomes of students. At the moment, ChalkLit is being used by 235,000 teachers who are impacting the life and learning outcomes of more than 15,000,000 students each year across 6 different states in India and aims to impact 10,000,000 teachers and through them 300,000,000 students annually by 2025.


ChalkLit supports multi-state, multinational content, and offers training in multiple languages. It also provides a personalised peer-to-peer social learning network allowing educators to broaden knowledge to deliver relevant and latest inputs to students. 


It allows state education departments and other NGOs to upload their content and run their programs and services in a completely online or blended mode. It provides detailed analytics and user insights to allow complete transparency and control to its state and NGO partners. 

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Catalysts, a strength-based mentor program focused on reducing the high school dropout rate, started as a pilot project in 2011. Lisa Cooper, the founder Catalysts, linked Somali youth with mentors from the local community. After receiving good feedback from youth and mentors, Lisa decided to increase and strengthen the mentoring relationships and scale the program. 


The Catalysts’ mentoring program was developed in collaboration with The Norwegian Salvation Army, as well as leading players in career development for youth. The Catalysts method is strength-based, using appreciative Inquiry; a tool in positive psychology focusing on helping the students discover and build on their strengths. Catalysts are constantly working to improve its mentoring programs with good input from participants, researchers, and other organisations.


One Family's role: Mentoring on how to implement the mentoring programs on the national curriculum in schools across Norway. Taking the focus of the organization from providing and scaling direct support to changing the system.

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The Global Network of Women’s Shelters was founded in 2009 uniting regional/continental networks of women’s shelters all over the world. Through the organisation of 4 World Conferences of Women’s Shelters in 2008 (Canada), 2012 (USA), 2015 (The Netherlands), and 2019 (Taiwan), shelter workers exchanged their knowledge and expertise and made their work more visible. In this way GNWS support and strengthen the women’s shelters movement and promote the social change necessary to end violence and oppression against women and their children.

'Jeroo was challenging us to be more precise about the value of our global network and the issues we are working on. She gave us some amazing and clear advice about our strategy in moving on, in a very supportive way. We are grateful for her support.'

- Marieke Ruinaard, project coordinator GNWS Women’s Helplines Project

One Family's role: Overall guidance on their global strategy and tech platform. 

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Designathon Works is on a mission to unleash the creativity of children, empowering them to design a better world.

The foundation offers training, educational programs, and challenges based on a structured workshop, a Designathon. In a Designathon children ideate, build, and present self-devised solutions to a social or environmental issue around the Sustainable Development Goals. The experience helps children practice creative thinking, technological literacy, and changemaker skills. The power of the method lies in the combination of scientific knowledge, creative thinking, world problems, making, and reflecting.

"Jeroo is very fun to work with, she thinks very quickly and helps drill down to the essence. 

It's such a pleasure to work with someone like her broad experience, coupled with her

commitment and belief in making things happen at scale."

- Emer Beamer, Chief Learning Officer at Designathon


One Family's role: Facilitating to reach 1 million children within the next three years. 


War Child is an organisation that helps to provide protection and education and is an advocate of change for the better life of children within conflict zones. 

Wherever children are caught up in wars—whether they’ve lost their homes, families, schools, or been forced to take part in atrocities—War Child makes it their mission to do what they can to help.

Started with a mobile bakery that provides thousands of loaves of bread every day, War Child has evolved into many sustainable projects that improve the long-term outcomes for the most vulnerable and marginalised children in conflict areas.

In 2018 so far, the charity has worked with children affected by war in 9 countries and reached 123,000 children. 

One Family's role: Advisor on collaborative systems change and mental follow-up

If your organisation would be interested in helping scale up your project or organisation, please contact us.

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