The Association for Promoting Inclusion (API) is a Croatian-based non-governmental organization that advocates for more societal support for and the deinstitutionalization of intellectually disabled citizens in Croatia. 
The organization is largely funded by the Foundation to Promote Open Society, one of two major grantmaking foundations funded by liberal financier and billionaire George Soros. API has received a total of $2,776,000 in the form of four grants between 2016 and 2020. 
The Association for Promoting Inclusion (API) is a nonprofit, non-governmental organization (NGO) founded in 1997 that focuses on pushing for the de-institutionalization of people with intellectual disabilities. 
The Association for Promoting Inclusion is also a member of the European Coalition for Community Living, and was listed on a petition to halt European Union funding that “builds or renovates institutions for people with disabilities.” Other organizations listed included the European Coalition for Community Living, Mental Health Europe, and the Open Society Mental Health Initiative.  
Due to the Association for Promoting Inclusion being in Croatia, there is little information on the organization’s financial history. However, API received a substantial amount of money from the Foundation to Promote Open Society (FPOS), one of two major grantmaking foundations funded by liberal financier and billionaire George Soros. 
According to the grants database of the Open Society Foundations (OSF, formerly known as “Open Society Institute”), another private grantmaking foundation created and funded by Soros, API has received a total of $2,776,000 in the form of four grants between 2016 and 2020. 
API received a grant of $300,000 from OSF for “housing for all” in 2016, one grant of $950,000, and one grant of $1,426,000 in 2017 from the Foundation to Promote Open Society to provide general funding for the period of 2018-2020. API also received a grant of $100,000 from FPOS in 2020 to fund “charitable operations.” 
API was also on a list of grantees for the World Bank, an international financial institution that provides grants and loans to low- and middle-income countries to promote economic development and reduce poverty.