Jewish Voice for Peace, a US-based organization that refers to itself as the “Jewish wing” of the Palestinian solidarity movement, is completely non-transparent about its funding sources. NGO Monitor research has indentified a sizable portion of its funding, from private foundations and trusts.
The United States and Canada are not immune to the negative consequences of NGO funding. While not as extensive as the problems in Europe, some American funding does support pro-BDS groups.
Human Rights Watch and CodePink were involved in lobbying campaigns leading up to the United States' statement reiterating its regulations for labeling goods produced in the West Bank and Gaza.
Transparency and Due Diligence in U.S. Government Funding for Israeli and Palestinian NGOs: 2014 Update
U.S. funding continues to go to NGOs active in anti-Israel and BDS campaigns that directly contradict U.S. government support for peace in the region.
The Jewish Voice for Peace and theQuakers American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) will launch the BDS Summer Initiative, a five-dayindoctrination session in NY to train college students to stage divisive and discriminatory BDS events on campus as part of political warfare against Israel.
Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP) is a U.S.-based organization, which views itself as the Jewish wing of the Palestinian solidarity movement and seeks to create a wedge within the American Jewish community over support for Israel.
Funding for NGOs from USAID, National Endowment for Democracy, and other sources has a negative impact on the peace process and lacks the independent oversight necessary to prevent abuses.