Find below a list of past grant recipients with current Due Diligence approval from Give2Asia.
Agape Social Welfare Association
Agape Social Welfare Association serves as a social institute for nonprofit organization. For the purpose of social welfare, our mission is bring the love of Jesus Christ to the community and serve all humanity. We help provide care and services to the disabled, the elderly, women, children and the adolescents according to their substantial needs. Learn more.
Akshaya Patra Foundation
The Akshaya Patra Foundation implements the world's largest NGO-operated school meal program, serving daily meals to over a million children in India. In addition to improving children's health, Akshaya Patra produces dramatic results in improving school enrollment, attendance, and academic performance. Akshaya Patra's sustainable model includes a unique system of mechanized kitchens that leverage innovative technology, effective delivery networks, and public-private partnerships. Akshaya Patra is headquartered in Bangalore and operates in seven states in India. Akshaya Patra's vision is that no child is deprived of education because of hunger. Learn more.
ARUWE was established in 2000 and runs several programs such as a day care and residential center for elders, education assistance for deprived children, community development programs, and individual and family counseling programs. Learn more.
Asian Harm Reduction Network (AHRN)
Established in 1999, Asian Harm Reduction Network (AHRN) is a regional information and support network created to link and support programs providing assistance to injecting drug users in Asia in order to prevent HIV transmission. AHRN has been recognized by United Nations as a best practice model, and acknowledged by the World Health Organization as a key partner in the response to HIV/AIDS in Asia. AHRN's main activities are networking, information sharing, support for harm reduction-enabling policies, program and policy development, and training and capacity building. Their main objectives are to establish a sustainable harm reduction network in Asia, develop an understanding of patterns of injecting drug use and associated harm (especially HIV infection) in Asian countries, and provide a forum encouraging communication and information exchange between organizations and individuals. Learn more.
Association of People with Disability
The Association of People with Disability (APD) was established to create equal opportunities for persons with disability and enable them to become contributing members of society. APD's mission is to meet individual needs, create awareness, promote acceptance and integration, instill self-confidence and encourage self-reliance through programs focused on Education, Vocational Training & Livelihood, Healthcare, Therapy and Assistive Device/Mobility Aids , Advocacy and Network & Collaboration with other NGOs in similar field. Learn more.
Association of the Community Center for Children (CCC)
ACCC was established in March 2003 as the need emerged for information exchange and collaboration among nonprofit community children's centers across South Korea. These community centers provide comprehensive education and welfare activities for children and youth who require protection and care in local communities. Learn more.
Bandra East Community Centre (BECC)
BECC was established in 1974m and is a registered coluntary social work organization catering to the socio-economic development of the slums and pavement dwellers. BECC's first major project was the rehabilitation of the slum area now called Siddharth Colony. Their Awareness, Educational and Development Programs cater to all th eneedy, irrespective of caste and creed. It's single minded onjective is development and upliftment of the marginalized sections of society. Learn more.
Barnardos was first established in Australia in 1883 as a branch of Barnardos UK. It became an independent organization in 1995 and has a mission to work with neglected and deprived children and youth providing family crisis support services. Learn more.
Beijing One Plus One Cultural Exchange Center
Beijing One Plus One Cultural Exchange Center (1+1) was founded in 2006 and works to improve access to information for people with disabilities in China. 1+1 established the first radio prodcution center operated entirely by blind producers and journalists. In 2008 1+1 became the first fully accredited disabled media organization in the history of the Olympic games. Learn more.
Beijing Sun Village
Founded in 2000 as a non-governmental charitable organization, Beijing Sun Village has been dedicated to providing foster care and education for the children of convicts for over 14 years. Beijing Sun Village is committed to bring these minors together in a stable and warm family. Such an environment enables them to grow up both happily and healthily. Its charitable services include tailored educational programs, psychological counseling, rights protection and vocational training. Over the last 14 years, Sun Village has provided valuable assistance to more than 2000 children. Currently, more than 400 children are living at villages in Beijing, Xi'an, Xinxiang (Henan Province), Long County (Shanxi Province), Jiujiang (Jiangxi Province) and Datong (Qinghai Province). Learn more.
Belgaum Diocesan Social Service Society (BDSSS)
Belgaum Diocesan Social Service Society (BDSSS) was established in 1992 with a focus on charitable, educational, rural and community development activities in 5 civil districts of northern Karnataka. The purpose of the organization shifted to development mode including empowerment or rural and urban poor, through the process of awareness building, sensitization, education, livestock management, training and exposure with participatory approaches to development. Learn more.
Bombay St. Xavier’s College Society- Resource Center for the Visually Challenged
Bombay St. Xavier's College Society-Resource Center for the Visually Challenged (XRCVC) was established in 1971 to facilitate the development of an inclusive society that will provide equal opportunities for holistic growth for the visually challenged. Learn more.
Cambodia and International Children Friend Organization (CICFO)
CICFO is a non-profit organization registered under the Cambodian government in 2006, dedicated to work with every vulnerable child with no discrimination or bias to any race, nationality, skin color, nation, religion or any political party. Its mission is to offer appropriate care to orphaned, abandoned and most vulnerable children and teenagers and guide them towards a responsible and independent adult life, especially assisting them to have permanent loving families. Learn more.
Center for Children’s Happiness (CCH)
Center for Children's Happiness (CCH) is an orphanage in Phnom Penh. In operation since 2002, CCH cares for nearly 150 children. The orphanage prepares disadvantaged orphan children for adult life and equips them with skills to break the cycle of poverty. Currently, CCH also runs a school for the students to ensure that they have wider opportunities to further their education. Learn more.
Child at Street 11
Child at Street 11 is licensed to operate a childcare centre . It runs a school which helps children and needy families realize their potential. Their main programme is to provide childcare and Before and After School Care (BASC) services which include: a holistic and experiential learning environment to help children from underprivileged homes become independent learners; extend the children's natural curiosity so that they develop their activity and imagination in their work and can explore the feelings of awe, wonder, delight and mystery; enable parents to support their children's learning and promote harmony within their families; and promote responsible citizenship by involving the community in fund raising and other support programmes. Learn more.
Child Welfare League Foundation (CWLF)
The Child Welfare League Foundation is a non-profit organization devoted to child welfare, both in the fields of direct and indirect services. In order to advocate for children's rights and raise awareness of child welfare issues, we work on improving legislation, coordinating a network of related child welfare agencies and organizations, as well as monitoring the government's child welfare system and policies, so as to create a better environment for children. Learn more.
Childfund Korea (CFK)
Child Fund Korea was founded in 1948 with a mission to assist less privileged people such as needy children and youth, handicapped and elderly, and to enable them to become productive citizens of society. Learn more.
China Charity Federation (CCF)
The China Charity Federation (CCF) was established as a non governmental charity organization in China in 1994. Their voluntary members include citizens and social institutions. CCF's mission is to uphold the spirit of humanitarianism and the Chinese traditional virtues of helping people in poverty and need through various kinds of social relief. Learn more.
China Foundation for Disabled Persons (CFDP)
China Foundation for Disabled Persons (CFDP) was founded on March 15, 1984 and is a national level public foundation. Its mission is to promote humanity, devot to charitable causes and serve disabled persons wholeheartedly. Its concept is "ji shan", meaning to call together humanity and charitable spirit, and treat all life with kindness. Its goal is to strive to become an open, transparent, efficient and highly credible world class foundation. Learn more.
Community Aid and Sponsorship Program (CASP)
Community Aid & Sponsorship Program (CASP) is a national volunteer organization founded by Dr. Sharatchandra Gokhale in 1975 to sponsor the education of children of leprosy-affected families. CASP has since evolved to focus on providing access to education for all underprivileged students across India by sponsoring their education and helping build the capacity of local and rural schools. The CASP Pune branch was established in 1980 for children from local slum areas. The focus is to ensure the health, education and empowerment of the community. Learn more.
COPPADES (Committee for the Promotion of Public Awareness and Development Studies) is a non-profit NGO involved in social development activities in rural Nepal, and has played a significant role in the empowerment of people below the poverty line in remote communities in Nepal. Learn more.
Eden Social Welfare Foundation (ESWF)
Eden Social Welfare Foundation was founded in 1982 to provide "comprehensive human care" including vocational training, employment service, rehabilitation, early intervention, long-term care services, new immigrant services and community reconstruction for disaster victims, people with disabilities, and socially marginalized groups. ESWF has 77 service centers in 20 cities and counties in Taiwan and has two sister organizations in Malaysia plus a service center in Vietnam. Since 1996, ESWF has been donating wheelchairs and other assistive devices to persons with disabilities and survivors of landmine accidents. ESWF is also involved in post earthquake development projects in Sichuan, China. On a daily basis, Eden Social Welfare Foundation serves more than 5,700 people across its service areas. Learn more.
Established in 2004, Friends-International works with marginalized urban children and youth, their families and communities to become productive, independent citizens of their country. It conducts various educational programs, vocational training, and provides food, shelter, and medical services. Friends-International also believes in long-term sustainability and has established many social enterprises that is helping sustain its work. Currently, Friends International runs and supports projects for these children and their families in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Indonesia, Honduras, Mexico, Egypt and Burma. Learn more.
Good Life Centre (GLC)
GOOD LIFE CENTRE is a registered charitable organisation recongnized by Tamilnadu goverment, established in the year 1996. The center runs a home for orphans and mentally challenged children with support from a dedicated selfless team of volunteers, trained social workers, teachers and caretakers. Started with 3 children, Good Life Center now has 72 inmates, including 40 mentally challenged children under its care. Apart from food, clothing and shelter, the home provides value based education to the young children and vocational training to the older inmates. All the special children are provided with Rehabilitation programmes, which includes special education, self-help skills, physiotherapy, speech therapy, music therapy and medical support. Learn more.
Good News Foundation
Good News Foundation started as a sporadic effort to provide food to the trash collector communities. There are 17 trash collector communities (about 700 people) found in the area of Serpong of Jakarta, Indonesia who come from rural villages. Learn more.
Guardian Angels Japan
The Guardian Angels is an interantional volunteer organization that operates in 145 cities and 14 countries around the world. Originally founded in new York City in 1979, it started as subway safety patrols for crime prevention . Guardian Angels Japan was formed in 1995. Serving the motto of "Dare to Care", it aims to build communities that are kind and caring for others. The organization provides such activities as community service, youth security, and civic consciousness-raising on safety. These crime prevention patrols, graffiti cleanings, and safety seminars at elementary schools, pioneered in widespread citizens' voluntary crime prevention activities to follow. Learn more.
Half the Sky Foundation
Founded in 1998, Half the Sky Foundation (HTS) was created in order to enrich the lives and enhance the prospects for orphaned children in China. HTS establishs and operates infant nurture and preschool programs, provides personalized learning for older children and establishs loving permanent family care and guidance for children with disabilities. It is our goal to ensure that every orphaned child has a caring adult in her life and a chance at a bright future. HTS is a 501(c)3 organization. Learn more.
Hanoi Children Funds
Established in 2002, Hanoi Children Protection Funds is a unit of the Labor and Social Welfare Services of Hanoi City that organizes campaigns to support the necessities and care of children. The Fund conducts various activities including providing children with health care, high quality education through scholarships and library equipment, special support and care for those who are disabled, and disaster relief and recovery work. Learn more.
Holt Children’s Services
Holt Children's Services began in 1955 and carries out disabled care and youth services, family advocacy and preservation services, and other community social services. Holt is also currently foster-caring for 958 orphans and taking care of 270 children with special needs. Learn more.
Home for the Blind (HMBD)
The Home for the Blind with Multiple Disabilities was founded by the Christian Foundation for the Blind under the Royal Patronage of H.M. the King. It currently cares for 56 orphaned and abandoned children, between the ages of 1 and 15. These children also receive food and medical care, physical and emotional rehabilitation, daily living skills, and education and skills training. Learn more.
Hondao Elderly Welfare Foundation
Since its establishment in 1995, Hondao Elderly Welfare Foundation has been providing various services for elderly people across Taiwan. Hondao currently provides direct services to 3,000 elders living alone in 18 of Taiwan's 21 counties. Learn more.
Hong Kong Lutheran Social Service
The Hong Kong Lutheran Social Service was established in 1977 and has been providing various services such as family service, elderly centers and homes, day care centers for the elderly, foster care, integrated services for children and youths, drug prevention centers, rehabilitation services and school and social work services. Learn more.
HOPE Worldwide – Singapore
Since 1998, HOPE Worldwide, Singapore has been grown from a predominantly volunteer organization to a family life and health education provider, and a catalyst for local and global volunteerism work. Its vision is to bring hope and change to areas of family life education, health education, seniors, children, skills empowerment, and volunteerism. HOPE Worldwide, Singapore has four objectives, including 1) developing and funding projects to help the poor and needy, 2) developing and assisting in benevolent medical and educational programs in third world countries, 3) establishing and maintaining orphanages and homes for the disadvantaged, and 4) raising awareness and fundraising for these purposes. Learn more.
Established in 2003, Jamghat is a registered NGO that aims to help children living and working on the streets of Delhi to realize their dreams. We support children to re-join society by offering opportunities for street children and society alike to make changes in their lives. With a Residential home and a health and day Care Centre for children plus Educational Theatre and Nightwalks for society , we bridge the gap between privileged and underprivileged. Learn more.
Japan Family Planning Association (JFPA)
Japan Family Planning Association (JFPA) is a public service corporation established in 1954, approved by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare of Japan, that seeks to promote family planning. JFPA implements programs on education, awareness raising, development, counseling, and civil society capacity building. With the slogan "Every Child A Wanted Child," JFPA promotes reproductive health. JFPA is also an active member of Internationall Planned Parenthood Federation. Learn more.
Khmer Angkor Development Organization (KADO)
The Sangkheum Center for Children is a joint project between the Italian NGO Progetto Continenti (PC) and the local organization Khmer Angkor Development Organization (KADO) started in 2001. The Sangkheum Center for Children provides school support, general education and selected vocational training to more than 380 disadvantaged children. Learn more.
Kumar Ney Kdey Sangkheum
Kumar Ney Kdey Sangkheum (KNKS) is a non-political, non-profit, non-government Cambodian Organization located in Pursat Province, Cambodia. It was localized from Project 507 of the Wathnakpheap Organization in January 2003 and registered with the Ministry of Interior on March 18 2003. KNKS is a Combodian NGO that supports the right of vulnerable children to live in a healthy, safe and secure society, achieve an education, and develop to their full potential. We work with children who have been victimized by sex trafficking, domestic violence, child rape, child labor, and other forms of abuse. Using a combination of direct service, technical assistance and advocacy, we teach basic life skills and vocational training to end the cycle of abuse. We work with village leaders to provide adequate health care, accessible education, and violence-free homes for their children. Learn more.
Life Skills Development Foundation
Life Skills Development Foundation (LSDF) is a registered Thai nonprofit organization and was founded in 1998 as part of Save the Children's (USA) transition strategy when closing its operational presence in Thailand. LSDF's mission is to improve the quality of life for vulnerable children and families by increasing the capacity of those who organize an active participatory learning approach for government and NGOs. Learn more.
Liminal Lines is a nonprofit organization in Melbourne, Australia, which was incorporated in 2004 and established as a public benevolent institution in 2006. The core business of this group of highly trained and appropriately skilled artists, is utilizing the arts with young women in and leaving custody or at risk of entering the juvenile justice system. Learn more.
The Maher Fund was established to support the Maher Project which provides shelter for battered women and their children and demonstrates the effectiveness of interfaith collaboration in alleviating oppressive conditions for women in Indian society. Learn more.
Mercy Corps exists to alleviate suffering, poverty and oppression by helping people build secure, productive and just communities. Mercy Corps works amid disasters, conflicts, chronic poverty and instability to unleash the potential of people who can win against nearly impossible odds. Since 1979, Mercy Corps has provided $1.5 billion in assistance to people in 106 nations. Supported by headquarters offices in North America and Europe, the agency's unified global programs employ 3,500 staff worldwide and reach nearly 16.4 million people in more than 35 countries. Learn more.
Mission Australia is a non denominational Christian, empowering and compassionate community service organisation. We have been helping to transform the lives of Australians in need for almost 150 years. Arising historically from various City Missions, including Sydney City Mission, our founding purpose is to meet human need and to give expression to the love of God. We believe in helping Australians in need get back on their feet through Employment, Training, Housing, Family, Youth and Community Services. We are committed to eliminating disadvantage and creating a fairer Australia. With more than 450 services across metropolitan, rural and regional Australia - in every state and territoty - we assist more than 300,000 people each year. Learn more.
Mith Samlanh – Friends
Mith Samlanh was established in 1994 for the social reintegration of street children. Mith Samlanh aims to 1) meet the immediate essential needs of street children, 2) reintegrate the children into their families, society, culture, and publics school system, and 3) build the capacity of local staff to help the organization become self sustaining without foreign intervention. Mith Samlanh services include outreach, a boarding house/daytime shelter and transitional home, remedial school, a training center, family and employment integration, HIV/AIDS prevention and support, reproductive health education, and drugs prevention and rehabilitation. Mith Samlanh provides extensive and comprehensive services for over 1,500 children a day. Learn more.
Founded in September 2007, Nanjing Community Development Center for Facilitators is the first and only registered non-profit NGO serving migrant populations in the Yangtze Delta. Meeting the needs of Nanjing migrants, Nanjing Facilitators aims to promote the migrant population's life in the urban city and help enhance their self-development and self-service capacity through relevant programs. Nanjing Facilitators is seeking to create a development model for migrant people's communities. It also wants to develop a localized social working model through its projects on community development, capacity building, community-based counseling, migrant people's rights protection, legal publicity, social work promotion, public education and policy advocacy. Learn more.
National Association for the Blind (NAB)
National Association for the Blind, India (NAB) was established in January 1952 and has since become the largest organization in India working in the field of blindness. Learn more.
National Council for Social Services (NCSS) Community Chest
National Council for Social Services (NCSS) was founded through an Act of the Singapore Parliament on December 22, 1958 to bring together all organizations and individuals with interest in community service and social welfare. In 1983, the Community Chest, a centralized fundraiser, was established to relieve volunteer organizations from fundraising activities so that they could concentrate on providing better care and services for the needy. Learn more.
New Cambodian Children’s Life Association (NCCLA)
New Cambodian Children's Life Association (NCCLA) Orphanage was established in November 2004 to initially support 15 orphaned children. Poor economic conditions in Cambodia contribute to the breakup of families, and children become separated from families when parents travel to other places to work. Also, many children who become orphans come from disadvantaged backgrounds and single-parent families. NCCLA has taken in up to 29 children to care for them and help them continue their education for a better future. Learn more.
Pacific Links Foundation
Founded in 2001, PALS builds capacity among Vietnamese communities with the goal of fostering sustainable development. The An Giang Dong Thap Alliance for the Prevention of Trafficking (ADAPT) is a project of PALS working to prevent the trafficking of young girls and women by enhancing their educational attainment and improving their vocational choices through a supportive web of services. Since 2005 ADAPT has been providing scholarships, vocational training and reintegration services to girls at-risk of trafficking and those who have been victims of trafficking. Learn more.
Perstuan Kebajikan HOPE Worldwide Kuala Lumpur
Hope Worlwide is an international non-profit, non-religious organization established throughout the world. It has grown from 3 programs in 1992 to over 150 programs, spanning 6 continents and 100 nations with a focus on 5 areas namely, Children, Education, Health, Senior Citizens and Volunteerism. HOPE worldwide in Malaysia has been in operation since 1996 and is dedicated to help change the lifestyle of needy families and their children, by empowering them with quality healthcare and education aid, through its strong network of volunteers to help the poor and needy. Learn more.
Po Leung Kuk
Po Leung Kuk is one of the largest charities in Hong Kong. It was established in 1878, starting as an orphanage and shelter for homeless young girls. Over the past years, Po Leung Kuk has developed into a diversified charity organization with over 230 service units providing assistance through schools, social service units and holiday camps. It serves children, youth, families, elderly people, and mentally handicapped persons. Learn more.
Prerana – Naava Jeevana Mahila Okkoota
Prerana was started in 1990, and runs several programs for marginalized farmers, school dropouts, and women. Learn more.
Founded in 2007, Rags2Riches Inc. (www.rags2riches.ph) is a social business enterprise creating high-end designer fashion masterpieces and home accessories that are ethical and eco-friendly. Rags2Riches empowers women of poor communities, and recycles scrap cloths discarded by garments factories around the Philippines. Learn more.
Sagamihara Shakai Fukushi Kyougikai (SSFK)
Sagamihara-shi Shakai Fukushi Kyougikai is an organization that aims at promoting community welfare prescribed in Social Welfare Law. Cooperating with 22 regional Shakai Fukushi Kyougikai along with neighborhood associations, communal welfare commissioners, volunteers, and NPOs, the Kyougikai offers a variety of activities that realize a community in which people participate and help each other. Learn more.
Sahana Charitable Trust for the Disabled (SCTD)
Sahana is a registered non-governmental, voluntary organization in Karnataka established in 2002 and formally registered in 2003 with a seed money from GMR groups, Bangalore. Sahana started its activities with the intention of providing accademic books in Braille, to the visually impaired college going students and also quality training as a backup, to make them more independent and to help them in earning their daily bread and leading their life with dignity. The Trust was formed by five visually challenged persons having an intention to help other blind and low-vision persons. We started by providing job opportunities to the visually impaired, for transcribing text books (Standard I to Post Graduation) and other general printed material into Braille, with the help of a group of volunteer readers. These books are issued to the needy students absolutely free of cost. Learn more.
Salvation Army Australia
The Salvation Army Australia East Territory Headquarters are located in Sydney. The Salvation Army is comprised of two main branches, corps and service centers. The Community Service Centers provide aid and support to people in need within the community in the form of emergency assistance and rehabilitation. The main areas in which the Salvation Army provides community services are: addiction, aged care, counseling, court and prison, disability, emergency, employment, homeless and domestic violence, and youth services. Learn more.
Samsara Foundation supports the education of underprivileged rural children in Northern Thailand, regardless of religious or ethnic background. The foundation believes that education is the key to eradicating poverty and furthering the development of a society. It focuses on children from remote mountain villages in the provinces of Mae Hong Son and Mae Sariang, home to many hill people like the Karen (refugees from Burma) and the Hmong. In order to help raise the living standard and educational opportunities for hill tribe communities, the foundation provides over 100 scholarships to poor children for a period of three years, supports the construction of dorms and canteens for students and teachers, and installs clean water systems such as rainwater tanks. Samsara Foundation operated under the umbrella of the Foundation for the Education of Rural Children for six years until it obtained its own legal registration in 2008. Learn more.
Second Harvest Japan (2HJ)
Second Harvest Japan (2HJ) is the first food bank in Japan, which is still a new concept to the local society. Each year, large amounts of edible food are thrown away by food producers and consumers for various reasons. Therefore, 2HJ has built an infrastructure to collect and redistribute tasty and nutritious food to soup kitchens, orphanages, the elderly, emergency shelters, single mothers, migrant workers, and the homeless residents of Tokyo's parks. With the help of volunteers, food is prepared, packed and distributed to disadvantaged groups every week. The volunteer program encourages community members, students and company staff to participate in food drives, transportation, food preparations, packaging and delivery. In addition, 2HJ organizes interesting events for volunteers and partners, such as the "Daikon (Japanese white radish) Harvesting" event that enables school children and adult volunteers to enjoy harvesting their own food and eating it fresh from the field while also packing food for the 2HJ warehouse. Staff from orphanages also participate and harvest pounds of daikon to supplement meals for the children in the orphanage. Learn more.
Shanghai Charity Foundation
The Shanghai Charity Foundation was established in May 1994 and is a non-profit organization whose primary purpose is to raise funds, organize charitable activities and promote philanthropy. Its principle is "Charity by the society, charity for the society." It has launched charity projects to assist the old, support the young, sponsor education, and reduce poverty. Learn more.
Shanghai Jet Li One Foundation
Shanghai Jet Li One Foundation was established by Jet Li to support disaster relief in China and promote philanthropy and social sector development in China. Learn more.
Singapore Children’s Society
The Singapore Children's Society was founded in 1952 by a group of concerned citizens and expatriates to help poor children. Originally focusing on the needs of malnourished children, over time they have expanded their services to provide a comprehensive set of programs to support children and youth. This organization focuses on those living in the older residential estates and low income districts. Learn more.
Society for Assistance to Children in Difficult Situation (SATHI)
Established in 1997, SATHI rescues children living on railway platforms, and provides shelter and care until they are safely returned home. SATHI has branches in Mumbai, Pune, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Bangalore, and other cities. Through "Home Placement," SATHI ensures the reintegration of these children into society and with their families. Since its inception, SATHI has helped over 17,000 children found on railway platforms. Learn more.
SOS Children’s Village of India (SOSCVI)
SOS Children's Village of India is a local Indian organization that is focused on providing social services to disadvantaged children. It is part of the worldwide SOS Children's VIllage movement and a member of the Umbrella organization, SOS Kinderdorf International. SOS-India now constitutes of the largest operations in the worldwide SOS movement spread in 132 countries. Learn more.
St Vincent de Paul
The St Vincent de Paul Society is an international organization that works in over 144 countries. It implements programs that collect donated goods and emergency relief items, provides services to the homeless, gathers volunteer groups and conducts a buddies program. Learn more.
SUKRUPA is a registered nonprofit charitable organization in the development sector serving underprivileged community through various programs like Home for the needy children, Youth Program, Community and Rural Development, besides running a unique school progrma. SUKRUPA'S VISION A poverty free society, where children and young adults have access to basic health care, sanitation, good schooling and dignified employment. SUKRUPA EDUCATION CENTRE Serves 400 (2010-2011) children, ranging from 2 1/2 to 16 years of age. The SUKRUPA school program provides free schooling, nutritious food and basic health care in order to help underprivileged children escape a background of poverty, slum life, illiteracy and ignorance. In its place are the hopes and opportunities commonly available to mainstream children. Learn more.
Syin-Lu Social Welfare Foundation
The Syin-Lu Social Welfare Foundation, which in Chinese literally means "Journey of the Soul," is the first foundation formed by parents with disabled children. It is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization dedicated to serving families and people with intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, and autism. Learn more.
Taipei Orphan Welfare Association
Taipei Orphan Welfare Association was founded in 1968, with the goal of promoting the welfare of orphans and raising awareness and compassion among others. TOWA provides long-term assistance to character and spiritual development to children and teenagers who have lost their parents. Learn more.
Technical Assistance Organization (TAO) Filipinas is a women-led NGO of architects, engineers, planners and development workers. The organization envisions the development of sustainable human settlements. It promotes participatory planning, design and community management, and pursues the enhancement of technical knowledge and skills of stakeholders in housing and urban development, especially of marginalized groups. Learn more.
The Imagine Cambodia Foundation
The Imagine Cambodia Foundation (ICF) is a respectable NGO based in Siem Reap, Cambodia, with a mission to provide sustainable financial, medical, emotional and educational assistance directly to impoverished, handicapped and abandoned Cambodian children. While ICF extends its support to other local NGOs and community projects, its key focus lies on the Children's Center. The Center provides room, board, clothing, school and supplemental education for orphans, street children and other vulnerable children of Cambodia. The Children's Center offers children, who would otherwise have few options in life, the opportunity to change their future. Learn more.
The Red Cross – Xi’an Branch
The Red Cross Society of China, Xi'an Branch (XARCS) was established in 1993. XARCS has been working under the direct supervision of the Xi'an Municipal Government and in accordance with the Laws of Red Cross Society of China. It works for advancing the Red Cross spirit of humanitarianism, philanthropy, and dedication by developing humanitarian aid and philanthropic projects to serve the most vulnerable populations. Learn more.
TOUCH Community Services
The work of TOUCH started in 1986 as a service for latch-key children in the neighbourhoods of Clementi and Jurong. Touched by the obvious need of low-income and single-parent families with difficulties making ends meet, much less raising their children in a positive environment, a group of 15 people in their 20s organised activities to help the children. Learn more.
Tropical Research and Development Center (TRDC)
Established in 1994, the Tropical Research and Development Center's (TRDC) mission is to 1) build social capital through primary education for children who dropped out of school, 2) build sustainable livelihood through women's self-help groups, and 3) regenerate the environment through biodiversity conservation, organic farming, and other programs. Learn more.
Tu Du Hospital
Tu Du Hospital is the biggest maternity hospital in Vietnam and is known for the quality of its maternity healthcare. The hospital has successfully reduced the infant mortality rate from 1.19% in 1997 to 0.99% in 2006. Learn more.
Udayan Care is an Indian Non-Profit Organization with its head office in New Delhi. Our vision is to 'regenerate the lives of the disadvantaged', particularly children and women and we are committed to sustainable social development. Our Theory of Change is: "To seek to engage socially committed individuals in bringing about a world in which each disadvantaged child enjoys a supportive family environment, opportunities for self-development and higher education, the dignity of self-reliance, and the ability and desire to give back to society." Learn more.
United Way of Taiwan
United Way is an internationally organized system, which includes approximately 1,400 community-based organizations in over 47 countries and territories. With their origins in local social service needs, the operations of each chapter are financially independent from the global system. The goals of United Way are to pool resources, respond to community needs and promote positive and measurable outcomes. Learn more.
Vatsalya Trust Mumbai
Vatsalya Trust was established in Mumbai in February 1983. It is a charitable organization dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of destitute children. Learn more.
Widhya Asih Foundation
Founded in 1981, Widhya Asih IV Orphanage supports children who have not been able to go to school because they are orphaned, neglected, abused, or faced with poverty. The orphanage currently cares for 65 girls between the ages of 12 and 23. Learn more.
World Vision Taiwan
World Vision Taiwan was founded in 1964 as a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. Learn more.
Yan Oi Tong Ltd
YOT was established in 1977 and is now one of the six largest charitable organizations in Hong Kong. YOT provides social welfare, education, medical services, sports and recreational services particularly for neglected elders as well as patients living with cancer. Learn more.
Yayasan Bina Mandiri Indonesia
Established in 1997 to serve the Indonesian people regardless of ethnicity, race, class or religion. Bina Mandiri implements programs on education, health, community empowerment, clear water and mental and spiritual building to help the marginal communities in Indonesia become self sufficient and improve their quality of life. Learn more.