Grassroots leader Nicolette Nsabimana adopted her son after he was abandoned on the streets of Kigali. Now they both spend time at Centre Marembo, where Nicolette helps survivors of sexual violence rebuild their lives.
GFC partner Aziza’s Place in Cambodia is in the midst of a groundbreaking transition: the organization is closing its residential dormitory and slowly working to reintegrate all of the children living there into their families.
GFC program officer Joseph Bednarek visits a school in rural Moldova, where an after-school program for Roma and non-Roma students is making a big difference in children’s lives.
Two GFC grassroots partners from Indonesia and Kenya came together to share their missions with supporters and peers in Washington, DC.
GFC’s grassroots partners are helping refugees who are on the move to safer destinations, and are assisting families that have resettled with securing basic support and rebuilding their lives.
While participating in a regional convening of GFC grassroots partners, program officer Tara Sun Vanacore is reminded of GFC’s core mission.
In Swaziland, Young Heroes Foundation helps children and youth living with HIV/AIDS to stay in school, find careers, and become self-sufficient.
The challenge: raise as much “money” as possible (using artificial currency) at GFC’s South Asia regional Knowledge Exchange. Learn how one young social entrepreneur won donors’ hearts.
The 2015 West Africa Knowledge Exchange began with the telling of a heart-wrenching story, and ended with a deeper understanding of issues affecting vulnerable children.