THANK YOU... By you being at IMPACT – The World Tour, one of the amazing things below happens.

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giving impacts to date

 

 

5 disadvantaged children in Nepal gets access to education for a week

About the Impact

Many special needs children are often denied a proper education because normal schools refuse to accept them or parents are simply unaware of alternative education programmes. This project helps to increase the chances of integrating such children into society and encourage them that they can contribute back to the community.

About the Global Goal #4 – Quality Education

Education liberates the intellect, unlocks the imagination and is fundamental for self-respect. This goal was set by the United Nations to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.

 

 

A tree gets planted in Indonesia

About the Impact

Every time a tree is planted, it will pay back two-fold. This project not only plants and takes care of the tree, but it will also cover the cost of providing care to those who care for the forest.

About the Global Goal #15 – Life On Land

This goal was set by the United Nations to protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss.

 

 

A student in Australia receives access to a learning hub for a day

About the Impact

In remote indigenous communities, the absence of a mobile phone network, newspapers, and magazines has resulted in varying levels of literacy and English language proficiency in the region. By providing access to a learning hub equipped with computers and the Internet, you’ve helped a student living in a remote indigenous community develop IT and English literacy skills during their free time, and reduce the risk of him or her engaging in substance abuse.

About the Global Goal #4 – Quality Education

Education liberates the intellect, unlocks the imagination and is fundamental for self-respect. This goal was set by the United Nations to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.

 

 

A person in Malawi gets access to safe drinking water for a year

About the Impact

In the villages of Malawi, there is a high infant and child mortality rate caused by water and sanitation related diseases. These problems are made even worse by the lack of knowledge about proper hygiene. Your giving will help build a well and water pump that is needed to provide the people in Malawi access to clean water and let these people live the fullest of lives.

About the Global Goal #6 – Clean Water and Sanitation

This goal was set by the United Nations to ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.

 

 

A woman in Bangladesh receives a sewing machine for a week

About the Impact

By providing a sewing machine, you’ve helped a woman in Bangladesh start a home business. This gives her a source of income to support herself and her family. This is part of a community development program in Bangladesh which centres around primary school education for children from the slums.

About the Global Goal #8 – Decent Work and Economic Growth

This goal was set by the United Nations to promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all.

 

 

An orphaned child in Thailand receives school books for a week

About the Impact

Education is essential in reducing inequality. By providing school books to an orphaned child in Thailand, you’ve helped him or her go to school, study better and have a brighter future.

About the Global Goal #10 – Reduced Inequalities

This goal was set by the United Nations with the belief that in order for nations to flourish, equality and prosperity must be available to everyone – regardless of gender, race, religious beliefs or economic status.

 

 

9 meals were rescued from restaurants and given to the hungry in the United States

About the Impact

In the US, an estimated 40% of food produced is wasted while 1 in 7 people are food insecure. This project recruits volunteers to rescue meals that would otherwise go to waste from restaurants and other food businesses and deliver it to the hungry at homeless shelters, food pantries, and soup kitchens. Reducing food wastage also helps reduce carbon emissions.

About the Global Goal #12 – Responsible Consumption and Production

Our planet has provided us with an abundance of natural resources. But currently, we consume far beyond what our planet can provide. This goal was set by the United Nations to ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns.

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