To help disabled children to become more independent
Save the Children invests in childhood – every day, in times of crisis and for our future.
To enhance the development of Young Children aged 4-6
To help children get back in to education
Helping children who are suffering the brutal effects of conflict
Provide magic moments to disabled people by recruiting 1000 donors to give £4 per month
SOS Children is working in Mchini, Magazine and Nabvutika, three neighbourhoods where health is poor and schooling is deprived.
Providing relief items including food vouchers and cash to vulnerable children affected by droughts.
Helping families in West Africa through drought and famine
Raise funds for The Children’s Village in Kisumu which is currently in need of a water storage tank to be able to ensure the SOS mothers and children have regular access to drinking water
£1.50 can pay for an orphaned or abandoned child in Chipata, Zambia to have a mother's home cooking for a day
To ensure that all of their beneficiaries from all of their projects in Northern Ghana have access to healthcare
Improve living conditions for the children of Great Mercy Orphanage by building two new dormitories, creating the happy and stable home they need to rebuild their lives by providing each child with their own bed and the privacy they deserve
Improve the quality of education for the children of the Great Mercy Orphanage.
Providing nutritious meals in a place of education for children in Malawi
To raise funds for our 24hr helpline for the victims of cyberbullying and online hate offering advice, guidance and support
Designated Twitter channel giving expert real time advice to anybody affected by cyberbullying using 140 characters or less
Digital educational workshops aimed at children from 5 to 16 that teach children how to avoid cyberbullying, coping mechanisms and where to find help
To provide workshop modules that will help millions of children and adults around the world to gain the knowledge and awareness they need to protect themselves against cyberbullying.
Helping families struggling to Cope with having a premature or sick baby in the hospital.
To reduce the incidence of bullying in schools and communities through effective peer led antibullying practises
We want to put an Eyegaze into every children's hospice in the UK and Ireland
Rebuild the lives of vulnerable young women
To help disengaged young people facing a variety of issues, from homelessness to forced marriage, to overcome these risks, and progress into work
To match world class equipment with existing world class expertise.
Getting Ready - Sports
Athan 31 - Youth Action
Outdoor education at My Hindleap
Reach Out To Nepal and help them rebuild after the earthquake
Improve the confidence and communication skills of inner-city young people to improve their social relationships and academic engagement increasing their chances in later life.
Give more students in low-income communities the chance to play and learn music in school.
To raise funds and awareness for sick and injured kids treated at Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.
Improving the sustainability and quality of the learning environment for the children of Great Mercy school.
To provide children with HIV and AIDS with life-saving medicine.
Helping Street Kids Around The World
To build MOP a kitchen
Raise funds to help a child go to secondary school
Close the gender gap in the technology workforce with our innovative, high-impact opportunities for girls across the country to learn to code.
To end child hunger in India
To provide young people across the UK with honest, non-judgemental sexual health information and advice through our digital helpline.
We harness the passion and energy of young people to effect positive change in sustainable development.
Educate children and young people through sport.
Training local care staff to use music therapy to benefit children and young adults with disabilities
Building a Home For The Homeless
Helping to overcome the injustice of global inequality
Provide clean water, sanitation and emergency food
They're not just toilets. They're Tiger Worm Toilets! And these worms make easy work of munching away on faeces, eating it up and converting it into a natural fertiliser.
Ensure access to education for over 60 young people between 7-18 years old
To provide funding for One Hen program implementation so more youth can start small businesses that teach them financial literacy skills and the value of giving back through social entrepreneurship.
Providing play and leisure facilities for disabled children
To raise funds and provide youth across the US with completely FREE access to music instruments, instruction, and recording studio environments so that music may become a profoundly positive experience in their lives.
Give refugees a chance to access online tools to build a livelyhood
We're going to build a UK wide online community of care-experienced people.
Football Beyond Borders is a registered UK charity which uses the power of football to tackle inequality and provide opportunities for young people to achieve their goals and make their voices heard.
To train coaches to run play and sport activities for disadvantaged children
Our Goal is to uplift children & families that are battling a illness in the Hospital and in the Community
Provide all children at Gourcy North Burkina Faso school with one meal a day
Up the ante on your world knowledge. Where do hot dogs come from? Where is Mingchao located? What flag is that? Who knows more!? Will you win? Compete against unknown competitors on global culture...animated, fun, edu-tainment.
In September 2015, 193 world leaders agreed to 17 Global Goals for Sustainable Development. If these Goals are completed, it would mean an end to extreme poverty, inequality and climate change by 2030.
Our governments have a plan to save our planet…it’s our job to make sure they stick to it.
The Global Goals are only going to work if we fight for them and you can’t fight for your rights if you don’t know what they are. We believe the Goals are only going to be completed if we can make them famous.