To ensure the most efficient giving, B1G1 only works with approved charities/NGOs that meet our unique criteria. We strive to be as transparent as possible in our operations. When selecting partners and reviewing applications, we have established a 2-level criteria.

 

 

 

 

 

To ensure the most efficient giving, B1G1 only works with approved charities/NGOs that meet our unique criteria. We strive to be as transparent as possible in our operations. When selecting partners and reviewing applications, we have established a 2-level criteria.

WHERE OUR PROJECTS ARE LOCATED

Our projects span across 34 countries. Each project is also linked with at least one of the Sustainable Development Goals.

STORIES FROM OUR WORTHY CAUSES

Our Worthy Causes have unique stories and each focuses on solving a pressing problem in a sustainable way. Check out some of their stories here.

Leprosy: Fighting a Battle against Stigma and Lack of Information

"In a world where leprosy is curable, it's a tragedy that so many people are living with undiagnosed leprosy, afraid to get help!" - Geoff Prescott, CEO of Lepra, a B1G1 Worthy Cause fighting leprosy since 1924. Leprosy is caused by bacteria called mycobacterium...

Paid by the Seedling

Good Health is an essential resource for living a full life.  Unfortunately, according to WHO, about half the world population does not have access to essential health services. Knowing the importance of providing accessible and affordable healthcare, one...

Supporting The Journey of Childbirth: The Importance of Maternal Health

Expecting the newest member of the family is a time filled with excitement for women all around the world. It is incredibly important to keep both the mother and their bundle of joy safe during and after the pregnancy. Unfortunately, many women still experience...

Clean Beach – Happy Beach

The sun strokes your face. You hear the waves in the background, and you stretch long, burying your feet in the sand … until your feet hit something odd. You sit up only to see that it is a candy wrapper buried in the sand – yuck! Everybody would like to experience a...

Life Below Water – A Confronting Truth

Growing up, we learn that our planet has five oceans: the Arctic, Atlantic, Indian, Pacific and Southern. In reality, all our oceans are connected and form one body of water. This body of water is not only home to an inestimable number of astoundingly unique marine...

Education to Early Detection – The Foundation of Good Health and Well-being

We all know and experience the importance of health through our daily lives. Without good health, we are unable to learn, work and build our future. Unfortunately, this is the reality for many.   Based on the most recent World Health Organisation reports, half of the...

Education – A Story of Ripple Effects

The typical definition of education is ‘the process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school or university.’ However, when digging a bit deeper, education can also be described as ‘an enlightening experience' - an experience...

HOPE FOR CHILDREN – From Australia to Ethiopia

Hope For Children Organization Australia was founded in 2004, but its founder Jacqui Gilmour’s journey to change the world has already started several years earlier. Jacqui has been deeply engaged with Ethiopian communities since the 1980s, pioneering programs in...

FROM HUMBLE BEGINNINGS TO HERO: THE STORY OF BLUE DRAGON

Michael Brosowski knows what it’s like to struggle as a child in poverty. When fate brought him into contact with poor and at-risk children nearly 5,000 miles away from his home, what he saw led him to eventually start the Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation, an...

Tackling India’s Two Biggest Social Issues: Hunger and Illiteracy

“A man is what he eats” – reflecting on the amazing impact of food on one’s state of mind and health, Ludwig Andreas Feuerbach’s quote represents one of Annamrita’s core beliefs. The organisation believes that the intake of food not only grants a person material...

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