AMPARA acts in a preventive manner with its three main pillars: adoption, castration and, mainly, awareness, through educational projects aimed at children and adults. Managing the largest adoption program in the country.
Supports young people through therapy services, family intervention, education services, residential services.
Action Homeless offer accommodation to people and families in housing crisis.
Ensuring the right to development and education for each and every one – children, youth and adults: fighting against all forms of exclusion from education
Dedicated to empowering Latino women especially around health (breast cancer).
On a mission to free the world from cancer. Until we do, we'll be funding and conducting research, sharing expert information, supporting patients, and spreading the word about prevention.
Preserving Lithuanian old forests from falling, that slowly contributes to the irreversible destruction of animal, plant and mushroom habitats.
Promote social reintegration of homeless people.
A shelter for abused and misused horses. Working with visitors where animals and people regain connection and trust in each other.
Empowers the disadvantaged to maximise their potential to lead dignified and independent lives.
Provides funding that enables Indigenous students to pursue their education at leading Australian boarding schools and universities.
The Bats Trust works towards the conversation of bats and their habitat. They work on dispelling myths surrounding bats and educate volunteers and encourage members to help people and bat co-exist.
Bloody Good Period is a charity with a vision to achieve menstrual equity. They educate by providing sexual and reproductive health education for those who can’t otherwise access it. They deliver and provide pads and menstrual supplies to people who really need them, and fight to eradicate shame and stigma around periods and menstruation through conversation.
Body & Soul is an innovative charity that uses a comprehensive, community-based and trauma informed approach to address the life-threatening effects of childhood adversity in people of all ages.
Brave Space Alliance (BSA) is the first black-led, trans-led LGBTQ Center located on the South Side of Chicago. The organization’s overall mission is to promote access, resources, health and justice in the communities it serves.
They supply coats to Chicago and Denver youths and adults living without the means to get them.
Protect the lives of people at high risk of infection.
CEPAC (Associação para Proteção das Crianças e Adolescentes), is a charity in São Paulo, Brazil, that supports young people with education and employability skills in a number of ways.
Serves thousands of kids across the Chicago area, providing in-school music education as well as after school programming that helps teach kids valuable life lessons while exposing them to different cultures and people.
Provide 6th to 12th grade students with programming in competitive academic debate. Our programming deeply engages students with debate, builds their skillsets, and enhances their academic performance.
Increases support for economic and environmental justice through consumer education, advocacy, and promotion of local fair trade businesses.
Empowers homeless and in-need people to experience their periods with dignity. The feminist, grassroots organization distributes pads, tampons, underwear, and other critical menstruation supplies to local shelters, schools, and crisis support networks.
Citizens of the World Choir is a choir for people who are refugees, asylum seekers, migrants and the wider community of Londoners.
Carry out programs aimed at restoring and protecting the rights of children in vulnerable situations.
Working to create a vibrant, diverse and welcoming place for people to live, work and play.
Inspired by the power of food to heal by bringing people together by celebrating traditions and understanding culture while enjoying the benefits of healthy, nutritious meals.
A non-profit organisation committed to supporting vulnerable indigenous communities.
Providing inner-city youths with opportunities to play, learn and live their lives free of fear and violence.
Helping those in our local community in need of support and to fight poverty and isolation. They provide food parcels, household goods, furniture and appliances, as well as laptops through our Keep Kids Connected initiative.
Empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
Fareshare believe that no good food should go to waste. They redistribute surplus food to charities that turn it into meals.
Supporting those in need during the pandemic with food and essential items.
Provides temporary housing for the families of the military & veterans while a loved one is in the hospital.
Actively supporting local unemployed people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Forest Preserves are able to meet the needs of Chicagoans while helping our environment through native planting restoration efforts.
An organic growing charity dedicated to researching and promoting organic gardening, farming and food.
Making to restore ecosystems in the Western Ghats region, conservation of endemic species and to provide livelihoods to people in rural areas through tree plantation.
Goal is to create a place for the community to gather, to create a better tomorrow together.
Rescuing dogs, promoting responsible pet ownership and dog training sessions for owners.
Believe that a truly equal society provides creative inspiration and opportunities to everyone, no matter what neighborhood they’re from.
In Sue’s Name is a charity founded in 2014 to raise awareness, funds and support for anyone suffering from the effects of brain tumours.
Works on rehabilitation and release of animals at risk in Rio de Janeiro.
Support local projects through raising funds, giving grants and sharing knowledge.
Working to save lives for the future and give vaccines to children.
Food proversion for those in needs.
Taking care of the elderly in need, they are launching a help line for elderly who cannot take care of themselves, or need food or medical help.
The ’18 Keys’ project is an arm of the St Martin-in-the-Fields Trust, a charity that supports the vulnerable and the homeless in and around Trafalgar Square, but with a particular focus on women with complex needs.
Dedicated to preventing youth homelessness.
Trying to solve children-related issues such as poverty, education gap, abuse.
An association for families with autistic kids.
Rescues and protects abandoned pets including stray cats by providing hospitality, food, and adoption program.
To provide Quality, Comprehensive and Convenient healthcare services to the needy in Singapore.
Feeding the hungry during the pandemic.
Supporting families with single parent and those in poverty.
LVEJO promotes environmental justice within their community (which is primarily the Latinx community).
Helping thousands of people affected by lymphoma. Their mission is to make sure no one faces lymphoma alone.
Mission is to provide transitional housing for homeless women, children, and families. Empower and mentor women in the community.
Enhancing wellbeing for animals and their community through veterinary health care, education and partnerships.
Media Trust matches good skills with good causes by encouraging the industry to share their time, knowledge and creativity to benefit charities, helping them to develop much needed communication skills and connect better with their audiences.
Helping to recover kelp growth, the forests of the ocean.
Helpline for women in a crisis/domestic violence.
Provides underprivileged youth with awareness of the world and opportunities beyond their neighborhood.
Carries out the restoration of destroyed and damaged natural and cultural complexes and objects.
Provide emotional support for children who were left without care of any close person during their time in hospital.
Shelter home for animals in need.
Provide healthy nutritious meals and a range of services to the homeless and those in need.
End pet homelessness by making pet ownership a joyful and accessible experience for all.
Friend of cancer inform patients about cancer, options, treatments, help.
Provides support to people with their sexuality and gender identity, including but not limited to the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and trans community of surrey, primarily through a helpline, website and support groups.
Provide food, shelter, rehabilitation and employment opportunities to the poor, sick and disabled.
Firefighters and EMTs working with families that have children with serious or terminal illness. They lead parades with first responder vehicles, organise toy drives and visit, sick children.
Empower people with guidance, info, and tools to become peace-makers, problem solvers, and entrepreneurs in their communities.
Richard House Children's Hospice based in East London, provides palliative care to children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions across London.
The Roundhouse is a hub of inspiration where artists and emerging talent create extraordinary work and where young people can grow creatively as individuals.
Safe Families is a national charity that is currently working with over 30 local authorities and has nearly 4000 volunteers helping families across the UK.
Protect Biodiversity of German Forests.
A medical care project for orphans with severe illness.
Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre is one of the most credible charities in Pakistan, support those with cancer.
Mission is conservation, preservation and protection of wildlife.
Taking care of the elderly with special needs at home.
Empowering youths through arts and civic engagement.
Assists disabled people in getting employment. They provide vocational orientation courses, mediate between companies and people with disability.
Works in key areas such as poverty, inequality, education, health, social and child protection, and decent work.
Helping children, elderly and families in Düsseldorf who need social or life support through the offering of shelter, social activities and food.
Delivering high quality, responsive and compassionate care to patients and their families facing a life-limiting illness.
Counselling service for women trapped in street based prostitution, as well as women who have been the victims of trafficking.
Support and raise awareness for the homeless people within the London Borough of Sutton and surrounding areas.
Takes care of Sydney's lost, abandoned and neglected pets.
The Bloc spreads the love of boxing to provide resources and opportunities to Chicago’s youth.
Helping children living in poverty to overcome the many disadvantages caused by poverty.
The Innocence Project, founded in 1992 by Peter Neufeld and Barry Scheck at Cardozo School of Law, exonerates the wrongly convicted through DNA testing and reforms the criminal justice system to prevent future injustice.
Provides a safe and fun place for mums and under-fives suffering in temporary or insecure accommodation.
Through music The Spitz connects people who may be isolated as a result of social and economic realities, age, ethnicity, disability, culture and other disadvantage.
Fighting to transform the lives of people living with mental illnesses and substance use disorders. Breaking cycles of poverty and unemployment.
Works to reduce the inequality of educational opportunities faced by orphaned and vulnerable children.
Working at a national and international scale to improve lives by planting trees in cities.
The first farm animal sanctuary in the Baltic States.
U&I is a volunteer-driven movement that aims to be the change we want to see in our communities. U&I creates a platform for young people to step up, lead, and be the change
Provides material support and psychological help for those people who live in poverty and those who experience a crisis.
Preventive program for alcoholics in Lithuania, addition help consultations.
A community centre offering wide range of activities for local elderly, adults and children, they also support local homeless.
Webber Street is London City Mission’s day centre for homeless people near Waterloo Station. It welcomes up to 100 guests a day and is a refuge from life on the streets.
Willing Hearts operates a soup kitchen that prepares, cooks and distributes about 9,500 daily meals to over 40 locations island wide, 365 days a year.
Helps isolated and vulnerable women overcome multiple health challenges and feel more optimistic about a brighter future for themselves and their families.
WWF Tiger sponsorship programme is created to fund projects to work with local communities to monitor tiger movements, reduce poaching and help people to realise benefits from living in close proximity to wild tigers thus preserving the natural habitat of tigers.
Creates and implements school-based programs that enable children to overcome obstacles, focus on their education and, ultimately, to succeed in school and in life.