Khanyisile Motsa, founder of Home of Hope in South Africa, turned a moment of deep concern into one of promise for sexually exploited children to give them the chance for a brighter future.
On Wednesday April 26, supporters of The Global Fund for Children gathered in London to celebrate and raise funds for vital grassroots organizations around the world that are transforming the lives of vulnerable children and youth.
Maya Ajmera pioneered the Sustainability Award in 2005. Read about the latest awardees, GFC’s new Executive Vice President Neil Ghosh, and more In this letter from CEO Susan Goodell.
In a just-released report from the International Human Rights Funders Group (IHRFG), The Global Fund for Children is among the top funders for human rights.
As a family business operating in developing nations, Feizy is dedicated to providing for families around the globe – particularly in the least developed countries, where one child out of every four is involved in some form of dangerous labor.
Ghosh’s childhood experiences in Kolkata, India, spurred his involvement in the international development field, and his experience and expertise span the nonprofit, government, philanthropic and private sectors.
After the retail blitz of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday offers a shift in mindset, from “getting” to “giving.” You can make your #GivingTuesday matter, by joining in this global moment with GFC.
GFC’s founder Maya Ajmera calls on all of us to change the global agenda for children. Read more about Maya’s new book, GFC’s partners in Haiti, and more in this letter from CEO Susan Goodell.
GFC has mobilized its emergency fund to support its grassroots partners in Haiti, which are already delivering critical relief to children and families affected by the hurricane.