Help children through the Coronavirus crisis
We’re a group of charities that help children in 36 countries.
Here are just a few of the projects you’ll support:
Feeding street children
In India, children who live on the street rely on casual work and gifts of food. With the country in lockdown, we're providing daily meals for 700 children.
Shelter & care for refugees
Thousands of children have fled war in Syria, and are now living in crowded refugee camps in Greece where social distancing is impossible. We're providing temporary homes and online education during quarantine.
Disinfecting disadvantaged areas
In Lebanon, we're delivering life-saving support to families in the poorest areas of the country through a combination of information campaigns and disinfection treatments.
Providing food for travelling families in India
Changes in seasons mean certain groups of families travel to grow crops. Now they have to stay in one place, we are providing staples such as rice and grain.
Temporary shelters for trafficking victims in Ethiopia
Coronavirus is with us, but unscrupulous traffickers are still tricking children into exploitation and sex work. Our temporary shelters have obtained masks and sanitiser so they can keep caring for survivors of trafficking.
We’re making change happen today.
With your help, we could do more tomorrow.
You’ll make a difference to children like…
Nadia arrived in Greece from her home country, Syria, completely alone.
At just 13 years old, she and her family fled the conflict in their country that has killed hundreds of thousands of people. They were in search of safety in Europe when tragedy struck – the ship they were travelling in sunk off the coast of Greece, and her parents and her brother lost their lives.
Help came in the form of METAdrasi, Family for Every Child’s member organisation in Greece, who first met Nadia when she was in a refugee camp, alone. They helped her to process her grief through therapy, and found a foster family to take care of her. Now, she’s rebuilding her life, after METAdrasi helped her to locate her uncle. Read more on our website.
At just 12 years old, Kweku found himself without adult care after his mother fell ill. He was tricked into slavery by a local child trafficker, who promised him a fair job, but instead forced him to work in the dangerous fishing trade on Lake Volta, Ghana for just 35 cents a day.
He was supported to escape slavery by our member in Ghana, Challenging Heights. Today, they’ve supported over 1600 children to make the same transition, and to go back into education and safe work. Read more on our website.
A responsible and diligent student, Alejandro was 15 years old when he was sexually assaulted by a teacher at his school, who used manipulative behaviour and the threat of ‘punishment’ to take advantage of his position of power. As he waited for the court case to be heard, Alejandro was supported by the Centre for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Sexual Abuse (CPTCSA) in the Philippines, a member organisation of Family for Every Child. Read more on our website.