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Investment opportunities for the 2030 Agenda era
With a foundation comprising competence, accountability, and innovation, the UN Multi-Partner Trust Fund Office administers and manages a well-designed and professionally managed portfolio of funds and investment opportunities to achieve SDG and 2030 Agenda aims.
Governments, Member State institutions, the private sector, foundations, and individuals can invest in trust funds administered by the MPTF Office.
Government partners. Government must sign a standard administrative arrangement (SAA) when financing a Fund. The SAA outlines terms and conditions for financial support and is standardized across multi-partner trust funds.
Private sector and foundations. Before private sector partners sign a SAA, it kicks off a due diligence process. A form of risk assurance, this measure ensures contributor goals are aligned with United Nations principles and values, plus those of the respective fund.
Private individuals. The MPTF Office accepts contributions from individuals, but investments can only be directed to certain funds that have an active individual giving program or campaign. For more information, you can explore the portfolio and find which funds allow for individual giving. Some examples include Humanitarian Funds, the Joint SDG Fund or the UN Road Safety Trust Fund.