Reversing poverty is possible — but we can't do it alone. We need your voice and your support. No matter who you are, or how busy you are you can make a difference.
You can help by donating, signing petitions or simply telling a friend about the work we do to help children.
Raise Your Voice
Children worldwide are subjected to child labor, often in hazardous conditions, as well as trafficking for commercial sex exploitation. We work to prevent the exploitation of children. We have a once-in-a-generation opportunity for children to be free from violence and exploitation.
Sign our petition.
Give a Dream
Education is the path that children follow to reach their potential. Around the world, significantly more girls than boys don’t go to school. We work hard to improve the quality of education children receive, reducing obstacles wherever possible. We have a goal of helping 1,000 girls who live in rural villages in Sri Lanka and India by providing them with bicycles — so they can continue their path toward education and economic independence. You're not just giving a bicycle. You're fulfilling a dream.
Super Typhoon Haiyan claimed thousands of lives and flattened villages. The typhoon is gone, but the suffering remains. Your generosity is urgently needed to help people rebuild their lives.
Please, give today.
Women Unlocking Potential for Children
At ChildFund, we recognize the influence, power, and impact of the women's philanthropic funding movement. That is why we are excited to offer compelling opportunities for women donors to make a lasting mark on chidren's lives. In 2015, we begin with a focus on early childhood development. Children's first five years are the key to the rest of their lives. Only one in six children under five can live to their potential due to poverty, inadequate learning opportunities and poor health and nutrition.
Unlock doors to learning
Childhood is the time when critical foundational development occurs — or doesn’t. ChildFund’s Just Read! program encourages some of the most vulnerable children in the United States to read, develop a more positive attitude toward reading and education and build stronger relationships with their peers and families. Help some of the most at-risk children in the U.S. achieve more in their education and reach their full potential.