Since 2001 we have raised almost USD 5 million for 63 projects in 30 countries helping over 33,300 children in need.
The Citizens Foundation
To remove barriers of class and privilege to make the citizens of Pakistan agents of positive change.
Physically Active Youth
Physically Active Youth (PAY) provides a safe, supportive and enjoyable environment where young people voluntarily participate and progress in a range of activities that contribute to their holistic development comprising physical health, education and life skills.
Mission Himalaya was founded in 2008 by a group of socially committed professionals to help rural and back tracked Nepalese communities. Not only have they committed to reaching out to those in need of proper healthcare and education but are also dedicated to helping orphaned and homeless children. Nepal has as many as 80,000 orphans, all in need of a safe, secure home.
Larchfield Children’s Home
In 2011, as a response to the desperate plight of Tanzanian children who have been abandoned by parents – either by reason of disease and death, divorce or other incapacity to maintain the family unit, a group of Tanzanian private citizens decided to register a children’s home and to call it, “Larchfield”.
Kilimanjaro Initiative inspires youth to have self-belief and overcome life's challenges.
Foundation for African Empowerment
The Foundation for African Empowerment (FAE) is a not-for-profit nongovernmental organization dedicated to improve lives of the most vulnerable children and young people including those with special educational needs and disabilities with projects in Tanzania - inclusive education; healthcare and nutrition; water, sanitation and hygiene; family and young people empowerment; ending children, adolescents and family violence, and awareness-raising and advocacy.
iTeach Schools are on a mission to create a community of free, transformational schools for the most-under-resourced children in Pune. Our schools function in PPP (Public Private Partnership) model, much like the charter schools in other parts of the world. Since 2015, iTeach Schools have expanded to 9 schools and in 2022, are serving 2600 students and 1800 alumni, with a team of 200 full-time staff members.
Chicuchas Wasi began in 1987 focused on the society’s tolerated human rights violations of the many abandoned children, as young as 6 years old, surviving alone on the streets of Cusco, Peru. CW created a safe house including nutrition, health care, school, life skills, and more.