Charity Day 2011
BGC held its 7th Annual Global Charity Day on Monday, September 12th, 2011. Together with Cantor Fitzgerald, approximately $12 million was raised globally. Every year BGC and Cantor Fitzgerald donate 100% of their global revenues on the day to charities around the world by hosting charities and celebrity ambassadors in commemoration of the 658 employees we lost in the World Trade Center attacks. Including 2011, Charity Day has raised approximately $77 million globally.
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As we have in previous years, we hosted charities and celebrities at many of our global offices. Please see below for the list so far of participating charities:
- Alliance for Lupus Research
- Boomer Esiason Foundation
- Building Homes for Heroes
- Felix Organization
- Garden of Dreams
- Happy Hearts
- Harlem RBI
- Intrepid Sea, Air and Space
- Make-a-Wish Foundation
- Services for the Underserved
- Solving Kids Cancer
- St. Christopher's
- Tony Alt Foundation
- USTA Serves
- Wheelchair Sports Federation
- Worldwide Orphans Foundation
- Wounded Warrior Project
- Youth Consultation Services
- BBC Children in Need
- Breast Cancer Campaign
- Children in Crisis
- Great Ormond Street Hospital
- Halow Project
- Haven House
- Headcase Cancer Trust
- Help a Capital Child
- Hope and Homes for Children
- Leukemia & Lymphoma Research
- Lowe Syndrome Trust
- Missing People
- MS Society UK
- Staying Alive Foundation
- The Dispossessed Fund
- The Hop Skip and Jump Center
- The Mayors Fund for London
- The Variety Club
- War Child
Rest of the World
- Fete Le Mur
- Les Toiles Enchantees
- The Liya Kebede Foundation
- The Danish Heart Foundation's Children Fund
- Chi Heng Foundation
- Christina Noble Foundation
- International Care Ministries
- The Orphanage Trust
- Bali Kids
- Boy’s Town
- Beyond Social Services
- Child Rights and You, India
- Children Are Us Foundation
- Seeing is Believing
- Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped
- Children Cancer Foundation
- The Sumba Foundation
- Community Chest of Korea
- Sweet Louise in New Zealand
- Stepping Stone house in Australia
- Fundação Gol de Letra
- Projeto Velho Amigo
- The Foundation for Children with Leukaemia (LÖSEV)
- Tohum Autism Foundation
- Educational Volunteers Foundation of Turkey (TEGV)
- Chernobyl Children's Project UK
- Dallaglio Foundation
- Walking with the Wounded
Alliance for Lupus Research is a national voluntary health organization based in New York City that was founded in 1999 and is chaired by Robert Wood Johnson IV, a member of the founding family of Johnson & Johnson. By committing millions of dollars to significant lupus research every year and holding nationwide lupus walks to secure additional funding, the ALR is proactively battling lupus. Their mission is to find better treatments and ultimately prevent and cure systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE, or lupus), a debilitating autoimmune disease. For more information, please visit Alliance for Lupus Research.
AmeriCares is a nonprofit global health and disaster relief organization which provides immediate response to emergency medical needs – and supports long-term humanitarian assistance programs – for all people around the world, irrespective of race, creed, or political persuasion. Since its founding in 1982, the organization has delivered over $10 billion in aid to 147 countries, making it one of the world's leading charities for delivering quality medicines and medical supplies. AmeriCares aid empowers health care workers in more than 90 countries to save lives and restore the health of people who often lack the basic medicines, medical supplies and aid they need to survive. Whenever and wherever people are in desperate need, AmeriCares is there. For more information, please visit AmeriCares
The Boomer Esiason Foundation is a dynamic partnership of leaders in the medical and business communities joining with a committed core of volunteers to heighten awareness, education and the quality of life for those affected by cystic fibrosis, while providing financial support to research aimed at finding a cure. For more information, please visit The Boomer Esiason Foundation
Since 2006, Building Homes for Heroes has provided individuals, corporations and others with an opportunity to help our severely wounded and disabled veterans, and their families rebuild their lives. Building Homes for Heroes is committed to supporting those who have returned home from the wars in Iraq or Afghanistan with severe wounds and disabilities, with a goal to build homes for families in dire need. It's our honor to support those who have been called upon to make a tremendous personal sacrifice. For more information, please visit Building Homes for Heroes
The Felix Organization/Adoptees For Children provides inspiring opportunities and new experiences to enrich the lives of children who are growing up in the foster care system. As adoptees, we were "taken home." We want to give back to those children who didn't get "taken home." For more information, please visit The Felix Organization
The Garden of Dreams Foundation works closely with all areas of Madison Square Garden, including the New York Knicks, Rangers, Liberty, MSG Media, MSG Entertainment and Fuse “to make dreams come true for kids facing obstacles”. In the five years since its inception, Garden of Dreams has worked tirelessly to fulfill its mission by creating unique and unforgettable events and activities -often involving unprecedented access to Madison Square Garden celebrities, events and venues -that have brightened the lives of thousands and thousands of special children and their families. Garden of Dreams strives to be heroic, inspirational and unforgettable. Partnering with a diverse collection of outstanding children’s related organizations – from hospitals, to foster organizations, to homeless shelters and “wish” organizations, the Garden of Dreams Foundation has a singular goal each and every day – to utilize the power and magic of Madison Square Garden and its properties to bring joy and happiness to children facing obstacles. For more information, please visit The Garden of Dreams Foundation
Happy Hearts Fund is a non-profit foundation dedicated to improving children's lives through educational and sustainable programs in natural disaster areas. The Happy Hearts Fund vision is to rebuild children's lives after natural disasters. Globally, HHF is active in nine countries and has built/rebuilt 50 schools and kindergartens. Since inception our programs have benefited more than 31,000 children and 335,000 community members. For more information, please visit Happy Hearts Fund
Harlem RBI is a 501(c)3, community-based youth development organization located in East Harlem, New York. Harlem RBI's mission is to provide inner-city youth with opportunities to play, learn and grow. Harlem RBI uses the power of teams to coach, teach and inspire youth to recognize their potential and realize their dreams. Harlem RBI's unique brand of youth development programming, which includes participation on a baseball or softball team and engagement in group-based academic and enrichment programming, has evolved over the organization's 20-year history to best meet the needs of East Harlem youth. Additionally, Harlem RBI's DREAM Charter School, which opened in 2008, currently serves 200 students in grades K-3. Harlem RBI and DREAM Charter School's combined staff of 80 full-time professionals and a committed corps of nearly 300 part-time staff, volunteers and interns implement year-round after-school, summer and school day programs that serve more than 1,000 East Harlem boys and girls, ages 5-22. For more information, please visit Harlem RBI
The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum offers one-of-a-kind educational experiences to the general public and to students in New York City and nationwide. Built in 1943, the USS Intrepid and her crew have a distinguished history of service in times of war and in times of peace, including tours of duty in both World War II and Vietnam, and as a NASA prime recovery vessel. In 1982 the USS Intrepid became a non-profit museum. Driven by its mission to honor our heroes, educate the public, and inspire our youth, this unique National Historic Landmark is dedicated to promoting the awareness and understanding of history, science and service through its collections, exhibitions and programming. The Museum annually hosts close to one million visitors a year and it has become a primary destination for national celebrations and commemorations that honor our country's veterans and military service men and women, including Fleet Week, Memorial Day, July 4th and Veteran's Day events and ceremonies. For more information, please visit The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
We grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. For more information, please visit Make-A-Wish
Founded in 1978, Services for the UnderServed (SUS) has gained a reputation for helping individuals and families faced with a wide range of challenges—mental illness, developmental disability, physical disability, AIDS, homelessness, unemployment and poverty. Many individuals come to SUS with severe challenges and need a high level of services—some of them having been previously rejected by other service providers. SUS has a reputation for its commitment to and expertise in working with individuals who traditionally have been seen as “hard to serve.”Our mission is to provide services and supports for individuals with special needs to live with dignity in the community, direct their own lives and attain personal fulfillment. Services are tailored to meet the needs, goals and preferences of the people and communities served. For more information, please visit Services for the UnderServed (SUS)
Solving Kids' Cancer is a nonprofit enterprise dedicated to facilitating the development of therapies to improve survivorship of the deadliest childhood cancers through an innovative and aggressively funded model. 100% of public donations goes to find, fund, and manage solutions to make survivorship possible for kids with childhood cancers. For more information, please visit Solving Kids' Cancer/
St. Christopher's helps teens with emotional, behavioral and learning challenges by providing a residential program encompassing special education schooling coordinated with comprehensive therapeutic, social and family services. Established in 1881, we are a private, not-for-profit, non-sectarian organization committed to improving the lives of vulnerable young men and women and helping them lead fulfilling, productive lives that serve family, community and society. With exceptional, dedicated staff, we create the safe, secure environment needed for troubled youth to make positive, permanent changes in their lives. St. Christopher's is committed to educating students in four pillars of human and social development: academic study, social responsibility, character development, and personal accountability. We are equally committed to helping families create and maintain a safe, nurturing home environment for their children. For more information, please visit St. Christopher's
The Tony Alt Memorial Foundation Inc. was established to honor the memory of Tony Alt, a friend and colleague of the Foundation's initial directors and officers. The Foundation has and will conduct fundraising activities to raise funds and make charitable contributions in furtherance of its exempt purposes. Present intentions are for the collection of funds and the making of charitable contributions to educational institutions and/or other organizations, which provide financial assistance to students without the financial means to attend institutions of higher learning. For more information, please visit The Tony Alt Memorial Foundation Inc
USTA Serves is committed to changing lives. As the national charitable foundation of the USTA, its mission is to support, monitor and promote programs that enhance the lives of at-risk children and individuals with disabilities through the integration of tennis and education. For more information, please visit USTA Serves
Wheelchair Sports Federation is a national non-profit that provides opportunities for the disabled and wheelchair-bound adults and youth to play sports recreationally and competitively. While Adaptive Sports such as Wheelchair Basketball have been around since post-World War II, other Adaptive Sports like Wheelchair Football are relatively new to the adaptive athletic population. The Wheelchair Sports Federation is one of the first organizations to provide adaptive athletes with the opportunity to participate in a multitude of Adaptive Sports that include Wheelchair Tennis, Quad Rugby, Sled Hockey, Wheelchair Softball and Handcycling. For more information, please visit Wheelchair Sports Federation
The mission of World Wide Orphans is to transform the lives of orphaned children and help them to become healthy, independent, productive members of their communities and the world. We believe that institutionalized children must be integrated in their own communities and cultures, and to that end, all WWO programs include orphans and children from the local areas. WWO addresses children's physical and mental health, their education and their ability to plan for and to achieve that is productive and fulfilling in their own countries. For more information, please visit World Wide Orphans
The mission of Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) is to honor and empower wounded warriors. The purpose of WWP is to raise awareness and to enlist the public's aid for the needs of injured service members; to help injured servicemen and women aid and assist each other; and to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet their needs. WWP is a national, nonpartisan organization headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida. For more information, please visit Wounded Warrior Project (WWP)
From its inception in 1918, Youth Consultation Service (YCS) has cared for vulnerable children and families who had no where else to turn. As a private, social services agency, we began by providing a refuge for abandoned women and orphans in Newark following the First World War. Over the years, YCS earned the reputation for caring for psychologically fragile children who are most difficult to place. In 1948, YCS partnered with the state to open the first residential program for at-risk girls who were wards of the state. For more information, please visit Youth Consultation Service
Barnardo’s believes in children regardless of their circumstances, gender, race, disability or behaviour. We believe in the abused, the vulnerable, the forgotten and the neglected. We will support them, stand up for them and bring out the best in each and every child. We do this because we believe that every child deserves the best start in life and the chance to fulfil their potential. For more information, please visit Barnardos UK.
Our mission is to make a positive change to the lives of disadvantaged young people in the UK. Our vision is a society where each and every child and young person is supported to reach their potential.
We make grants to voluntary projects, community groups and registered charities who offer practical, lasting support to children and young people, especially those who may have experienced mental, physical or sensory disability; behavioural or psychological disorders; are living in poverty or situations of deprivation; or suffering through distress, abuse or neglect. For more information, please visit BBC Children in Need.
Our mission is to beat breast cancer by funding research to ensure women, men, and their families no longer have to fear this terrible disease. We are unique funding 99 research projects across the UK and Ireland, wherever it will have the biggest impact on survival rates and treatment effectiveness. For more information, please visit The Breast Cancer Campaign.
Where resources are few, where education is needed to heal the nation, and where it is too remote for others, our aim is to support children to read, write, think, pursue their life goals and contribute positively to their communities. For more information, please visit Children in Crisis.
To provide a needs led specialist care service to children and young people who are unlikely to reach adulthood. We support the family as a whole by working in partnership with the local community and professionals to provide choice, an improved quality of life and individual expert care. For more information, please visit Demelza.
We are a world-renowned centre of excellence in the provision of children’s healthcare, currently delivering the largest range of specialist care within any children’s hospital in the UK.
We treat children from the UK and across the globe suffering from the rarest, most complex and life-threatening conditions. For example, with the University College London Hospitals we are the third largest centre for children with cancer and leukaemia in the western world and the largest in Europe. In partnership with the UCL Institute of Child Health we also seek to find new and innovative treatments for generations of children to come. For more information, please visit Great Ormond Street Hospital.
The Halow project is dedicated to creating opportunities and supporting young people with a learning disability so that they are able to live independent, meaningful, fulfilled lives and become integrated into their local community.
We are a young, vibrant, growing organisation, passionate that the people we support have the right to expect the same life experiences and chances as any other young person and we are committed to making this a reality. For more information, please visit Halow Project.
Haven House Children’s Hospice is a special place for special children. We care for children and young people from birth to 19 years old who have life-limiting conditions and who are unlikely to reach adulthood. A life limited child may live for a number of years and our intention is to recognise the value and preciousness of this time together as a family as we support them over the child’s life time.
Our vision is to ensure that all children with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions, or who have a range of disabilities and complex health needs, together with their families, are offered a comprehensive range of caring, competent and high quality services which respond to their needs. Our multi-faceted care team ensures that each child and family receives safe and timely high quality care which is developed to meet the child’s individual needs. At any one time, we are caring for approximately 100 children and young people and their families in the communities we support. For more information, please visit Haven House.
Headcase raises funds for research to find a cure for the most common adult primary brain tumour - a Glioblastoma Multiforme or GBM. GBMs are incurable and kill 5000 adults each year in the UK. Headcase is staffed entirely by volunteers and will be funding PhD research in labs across the UK. For more information, please visit Headcase Cancer Trust.
Despite being one of the wealthiest cities in the world London is also home to some of the most disadvantaged children and young people in our society. Help a Capital Child is the new name for Capital FM’s charity previously known as Help a London Child. For over 35 years we have been fundraising to support local grass-roots projects across London that provide opportunities to children and young people living with the effects of: abuse, poverty, homelessness, disability, and illness. For more information, please visit Help a Capital Child.
The charity works together with children, their families and communities across Central and Eastern Europe and Africa, to ensure that children grow up in an environment where they can fulfil their potential. They move children out of bleak, state-run institutions into family-based care, help keep families together when they are at risk of breaking down, and work closely with governments to bring about lasting change for generations of children. For more information, please visit Hope and Homes for Children.
Leukemia & Lymphoma Research is the only UK charity solely dedicated to research into blood cancers, including leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma. Our life-saving research is focused on finding causes, improving diagnosis and treatments, and running groundbreaking clinical trials for all blood cancer patients. For more information, please visit Leukemia & Lymphoma Research.
The Lowe Syndrome Trust is a UK Charity formed in June 2000 by parents of a Lowe syndrome child. The charity supports families and initiates and funds medical research into Lowe Syndrome. Lowe Syndrome is a genetic disorder that can occur with no family history, affecting boys and multiple physical and mental handicaps including cataracts in both eyes, muscle weakness (hypotonia or floppy baby syndrome), kidney problems, cysts, brittle bones, arthritis, poor growth, mental impairment with behaviour problems (autistic spectrum disorder) and epilepsy. The charity supports families and raises funds to support vital medical research in the hope of better treatment and cure of the disease. For more information, please visit Lowe Syndrome Trust.
Missing People offers a lifeline to the 250,000 people who run away and go missing each year. For those left behind, we provide specialised support to end the heartache and confusion, and search for their missing loved one. Our caring and highly trained staff and volunteers work with a network of partners across the UK. For more information, please visit Missing People.
The MS Society is the UK’s leading MS charity. Since 1956, we’ve been providing information and support, funding research and fighting for change.We fund research, give grants, campaign for change, provide information and support, invest in MS specialists and lend a listening ear to those who need it. For more information, please visit Multiple Sclerosis Society.
As a global grant-making organization, the Foundation’s mission is to encourage, energize, and empower young people who are involved in HIV/AIDS awareness, education and prevention campaigns.
The Foundation does this by presenting the Staying Alive Awards to young individuals and youth groups who are focused on stopping the spread of HIV and who have demonstrated the potential to become future leaders. The award comes with a financial grant to assist them in continuing and expanding their work, and provides public recognition to inspire others to get involved. The Foundation underpins this financial support through a comprehensive training and support programme to help deepen our impact.
To date, the Staying Alive Foundation has awarded 272 grants in 58 countries to assist these young leaders in their mission to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS but we hope to be able to reach even more people. For more information, please visit MTV Staying Alive Foundation.
Scope, the disability charity, supports disabled children so they can fulfil their potential. We believe that every child has the right to live in a happy, loving environment; to have a support network that means they will be able to live a fulfilling family life. For more information, please visit Scope UK.
Sentebale is dedicated to supporting orphans and vulnerable children in the southern African kingdom of Lesotho. There are an estimated 400,000 orphans in this small country in which nearly a third of the population is infected with HIV/AIDS – the third highest infection rate in the world – and life expectancy averages just 40 years. For more information, please visit Sentebale.
Sparks mission is to help more babies to be born healthy and grow up healthy. We do this by funding high quality medical research into childhood conditions that affect the health and lives of babies and young children. For more information, please visit Sparks.
"London is a shameful tale of two cities. In the richest capital in Europe almost half our children live below the poverty line.
These children and their families - the Dispossessed - are cut off from the life most Londoners take for granted. As London's paper, the Evening Standard believes it is important to champion their cause.
The Evening Standard Fund for The Dispossessed has been set up to fight poverty. Hundreds of incredible charities across London are fighting the causes of The Dispossessed. Together they are tackling the grinding poverty that blights the city. But these charities need help. The Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund has already raised £7.2million to support the local heroes who lift people out of poverty by targeting education, crime, health, and unemployment". For more information, please visit The Dispossessed Fund.
The Foundation via its Hop Skip and Jump Centres offer flexible, immediate and sustained day care for parents and carers of children with all types of special needs: physical, learning, emotional and environmental disabilities. By focussing on play therapy the children are given the opportunity to build up their confidence, social skills and self-esteem. Parents have a place to go and be where there is no staring or sneering, or they can leave their child in a caring environment to spend time with the rest of the family. It is a simple concept. For more information, please visit Hop Skip and Jump Center.
To improve the life chances and aspirations of disadvantaged children, young people and their families in London. For more information, please visit The Mayor's Fund.
The Variety Club is dedicated to improving the lives of children and young people who need our help. We do this by raising funds for specialist minibuses, wheelchairs, sports equipment, hospital wards, and all sorts of other practical solutions that enable individuals, projects and organisations across the UK to give a wider range of opportunities to the children in their care. For more information, please visit The Variety Club.
Tommy's funds research into pregnancy problems and provides information to parents. Today, we lead the way in maternal and fetal research in the UK. To give every baby the best chance of being born healthy, we work to fund medical research into the causes of premature birth, stillbirth and miscarriage. We also feel it's important to raise awareness of the facts and to provide free, accurate and up-to-date information for medical professionals and parents-to-be.
We believe every parent has the right to a healthy pregnancy and baby. Our target is to halve the number of babies that die during pregnancy or birth by 2030. For more information, please visit Tommy's.
War Child saves lives. We provide protection for the most marginalised children in the deadliest conflict situations.
Our mission is to support and strengthen the protective environment for children who, as a result of conflict, live with a combination of insecurity, poverty and exclusion. These children include child soldiers (many of them girls), street children, child headed households and children held in detention. For more information, please visit War Child.
Founded in 1996, the primary objective was to enable children living in the suburbs to play tennis for free and today the main goals are:
- To teach children to play tennis
- Encourage diversity in the field of sport from an early age
- To allow children to flourish and live together in a spirit of solidarity and citizenship
- To promote access to vocational training and high level for the most motivated
When the children cannot go to the cinema, the cinema goes to them - Les Toiles Enchantées organise film and cartoons screenings (very often as previews) for children in hospitals around France, New-Caledonia and Mali.
Founded in 2005 the Liya Kebede the foundation is committed to ensuring that every woman, no matter where she lives, has access to life-saving care. They work to educate policy makers and support programs that save lives in partnership with governments, non-governmental organizations, corporations and affected communities.
The Danish Heart Foundation's Children Fund
Funds scientific research into cardiovascular disease to improve prevention and treatment. Prevents cardiovascular disease through health-promoting activities and information. Patient support: they represent the interests of heart patients and their families by providing counselling, information and through. health policy initiatives
Chi Heng Foundation (CHF) was founded in 1998 and is a registered charity in Hong Kong. The philosophy of "Chi Heng" is to put "wisdom into action" to help the underprivileged.
The mission of CHF is to create a harmonious, equal and healthy society through projects to provide education sponsorship and promote AIDS prevention, care and anti-discrimination.
The Christina Noble Children’s Foundation (CNCF) is dedicated to helping at-risk children in Vietnam and Mongolia with education, medical care, social opportunities and job placement. The Foundation seeks to maximise the potential of each child and this is accomplished within the context of the family and the community whenever possible and always with love and respect for the dignity of each child as an individual.
The mission of International Care Ministries (ICM) is to release the poorest of the poor in the Philippines from spiritual, emotional and physical bondage. In partnership with pastors from over 1,600 slum communities in six locations throughout Central and Southern Philippines, ICM delivers programs that transform the lives of more than 50,000 destitute people each year.
For many struggling families the cost of education is far beyond a household existing below the poverty line. The national system of schools does not bridge the wide gap that exists between a first-generation learner and a child from an affluent family.
To promote partnerships with other organisations in order to assist in the well being of Bali's disadvantaged children through Health Education and Medical Services.
Boys Town is a Catholic institution founded in 1948 by the Brothers of St. Gabriel to work with youth-at-risk, between the ages of 11-18 and their families. They provide Residential, Outreach, School-based and Community-based programmes and services to youths from mainly disadvantaged backgrounds. Our mission is to help youth-at-risk become socially integrated, responsible and contributing members of society.
Beyond Social Services is a charity dedicated to reducing delinquency among children and youths from less privileged backgrounds. It provides guidance, care, protection and resources that keep young people in school and out of trouble
CRY is India’s leading child rights non-profit organisation. For over 30 years, CRY has partnered with 220 small grassroots NGOs to work with 13,089 communities in 20 states across India to help create a movement that addresses the root causes of child rights violations
CAUF was established in 1995 to create dignity and joy for the Intelligent Disable (ID) children.
SIB is a global initiative to tackle avoidable (preventable or treatable) blindness. It is a collaboration between Standard Chartered, the International Agency for Prevention of Blindness (IAPB) and leading international eye-care NGOs. SiB has raised over US$25 million for eye-care initiatives.
SAVH is the national voluntary welfare organization that serves and provides comprehensive rehabilitation services to the visually impaired
CCF is a non-profit organisation impassioned with the mission of improving the quality of lives of children with cancer and their families through enhancing their emotional, social and medical well-being
The Sumba Foundation is an American non-profit organization dedicated to helping the indigenous people of Sumba by improving the quality of their lives through better health and education and by providing suitable employment opportunities to lessen the oppressive impacts of poverty
In January 2000, with global immunisation rates stagnating, the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (GAVI) was launched to fund vaccines for children in the world's 70 poorest countries. GAVI’s mission: To save children’s lives and protect people’s health by increasing access to immunisation in the world’s poorest countries
To empower the underserved and improve lives by spreading a culture of sharing in our community.
Sweet Louise aims to help women with secondary breast cancer lead more positive lives. Women may become Members of Sweet Louise to access a wide range of support and services
Stepping Stone House (SSH) is a house for homeless teenagers who through no fault of their own find themselves unable to live at home. It is an accredited out-of-home-care residential service providing medium to long term accommodation in a Federation house at Dulwich Hill, Sydney.
Helping children with HIV.
The Foundation is presently established in São Paulo and in Rio de Janeiro. UNESCO acknowledges this institution as a model in its sector. Its programs and projects follow three educational principles: (1) Learning (enlargement of cultural and educational repertoires), (2) Living together (development of values and rules of social coexistence) and (3) Multiplying (training of knowledge and attitudes multipliers)
Its projects are geared towards the elderly, fostering a culture of inclusion of seniors, securing their rights and valuing their participation in the community
LÖSEV is a non-profit NGO, mainly aiming to provide educational and emotional support, financial assistance and health services for children who have leukaemia or chronic blood disorders, in order to help them cope with a life-threatening illness. Other goals are to promote knowledge and provide instruction on an international level regarding acquired and inherited blood diseases, as well as establish and operate research institutions.
To meet knowledge and support requirements of children with autism and other PDD and their families in order to sustain their lives under contemporary social conditions.
The objective of Educational Volunteers is to create and implement educational programs and extracurricular activities for children aged 7-16 years, so that they can acquire skills, knowledge and attitudes supporting their development as rational, responsible, self-confident, peace-loving, inquisitive, creative individuals, who are against any kind of discrimination, respect diversity and are committed to the basic principles of the Turkish Republic.
Chernobyl Children's Project UK work closely with ‘Children in Trouble‘ the National Children’s Cancer charity based in Minsk. Most parents register with this organisation as soon as their child has been diagnosed with cancer. They can receive humanitarian aid through the charity including urgently needed medicines and the chance of a holiday as soon as their child is well enough