Hand in Hand provides treatment, therapy, and educational lessons for children with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD).
The National Federation of Female Communities of Kyrgyzstan (NFFCK) is a girls-led organization working throughout Kyrgyzstan to empower girls and decrease child marriage and violence against girls through public awareness programs, girls’ leadership and health programs, community outreach, and national advocacy.
Our Voice focuses on providing all necessary support to enable orphans and other graduates of state-run institutions in Kyrgyzstan to successfully transition to independent living.
The Institute for Rural Initiatives (formerly Ograda Noastra NGO) promotes socio-economic initiatives in rural communities in Moldova, with a focus on disadvantaged and marginalized populations.
The Youth Media Center (YMC) holds media training workshops in journalism, video production, blogging, and radio for vulnerable children and youth, including children and youth with disabilities and children from Roma and other marginalized communities.
Asylum Protection Center (APC) provides legal, psychological, and other assistance to asylum seekers in Serbia, serving children aged 0 to 24 through consultations with lawyers, social workers, and psychologists.
Danica provides psychosocial support, conducts outreach on social and legal rights, and holds workshops on domestic violence, reproductive and sexual health, and the importance of education for Roma children and youth.
The Know How Center (KHC) supports Roma and other vulnerable children and youth by holding workshops that encourage parents to send their children to preschool, engaging in outreach to help families access social services, providing education support, and running a youth program focused on improving the psychosocial health of teenagers.
Young Disabled Sports Club (YDSC) integrates children who have disabilities with children who do not have disabilities through public inclusion and awareness events and through sports and educational activities, with an emphasis on coaching and participation.
Founded by orphanage graduates, Orphan’s Future runs an information center and conducts life skills trainings and summer camps for orphans and orphanage graduates.
Asphaleia Action provides services to UK asylum seekers, young people with learning difficulties and disabilities, teenage parents, young people living in poverty, and young offenders, with a focus on learning, health and well-being, and life skills development.
A youth-focused organization in the United Kingdom, Integrate UK works to address female-genital mutilation (FGM) and honor-based violence (HBV) through peer education in schools, training for frontline professionals, film development, stage productions, conferences, and advocacy with local and national government such as police departments, schools, and Parliament.
Leaders in Community (LiC) engages vulnerable children and youth in Tower Hamlets through an employment program, an enterprise program that supports start-ups, music lessons, sports, a community garden, volunteer opportunities, and a leadership and governance program.
Little Fish Theatre provides youth aged 10 to 19 who live in poor communities in south London with arts-based programs such as productions, workshops, counseling, and advocacy that develop self-empowerment and life skills and encourage empathy and positive communication.
Mosaic Youth helps schools incorporate LGBT inclusion lessons into their curriculum and provides LGBT youth with workshops, mentoring, counseling, and a summer retreat that focus on sexual and reproductive health, building self-confidence, and overcoming stigmatization and discrimination.
Global Fund for Children (GFC) UK Trust, created in 2006, is a UK registered charity (UK charity number 1119544). We work to generate vital income, create new fundraising opportunities, and raise awareness of the invaluable work of GFC’s grassroots grantees. Our aim is to extend the reach of GFC in the United Kingdom, Europe, and beyond.
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