Newly Vetted International Charities
We take vetting charities seriously around here. To become a nonprofit in the United States, there is a tried and true process to become 501(C)(3) tax-exempt. But organizations operating around the world don’t have the same requirements.
Before adding an international organization to our site, our team properly vets each organization to make sure that funds are being properly used for philanthropic activity.
Stay tuned to this page to see the great new orgs consistently being added to our platform.
Snehadeep Trust for the Disabled
To inspire and elevate the differently — abled and creating opportunity for employment, thus help them to lead a life with dignity and be economically independent. India; Education. To learn more, visit their website.
Our commitment applies for children, adolescents and their families in difficult situations. we offer the feeling of security and a chance for a better future. Germany; Human Services. To learn more, visit their website.
Stichting Het Vergeten Kind
Het Vergeten Kind wants to make sure that every child in The Netherlands can feel like a child, can develop itself and is fully contributing and participating in the society. Netherlands; Human Services. To learn more, visit their website.
UNETE (UNIÓN DE EMPRESARIOS PARA LA TECNOLOGÍA EN LA EDUCACIÓN, ASOCIACIÓN CIVIL)
Our mission is to improve the quality and equity of the education in Mexico. And we believe that every child needs access to a quality education in order to build their own future and change their lives. Mexico; Education. To learn more, visit their website.
Junior Achievement of Panama
Junior Achievement of Panama’s mission is to “inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.” Learn more how you can help.
Door Step School
Door Step School is an Indian charity whose mission is to provide education and support for marginalized children who don’t have access to school, books, or a place to study. To learn more, visit their website.
Diversity Role Models
“Diversity Role Models” whose mission is to prevent homophobic bullying in schools in the United Kingdom. They achieve this by educating the community about differences, challenging stereotypes, and addressing the misuse of language. To learn more, visit their website.