Arconic Foundation is partnering with GlobalGiving, a nonprofit organization that helps individual and corporate donors contribute directly to charitable organizations around the world. Arconic Foundation recognizes and celebrates Arconic employees volunteering together to enhance communities where Arconic operates worldwide.

In further support of Arconic's communities, Arconic Foundation provides Give Cards to those who have a passion about giving back. Below are several projects focusing on important issues across the globe. You can also search for a project in your own area. After selecting a project to support, enter your Give Card number at checkout. Of course, you are always welcome to make an additional donation to any project. Give Cards must be redeemed by January 11, 2019.

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Szadvar castle project and youth camp, Hungary
This project provides 30 children each summer with fun activities, food and lodging and 100 volunteers with food, tents,and other supplies at Szadvar Castle in rural Hungary.
California Wildfire Relief Fund
Wildfires have spread rapidly through both northern and southern California, destroying homes and prompting evacuations. This fund will provide relief to people impacted by the fires in the form of emergency supplies like food, water, and medicine, in addition to longer-term recovery assistance to help residents recover and rebuild. All donations to this fund will exclusively support wildfire relief and recovery efforts in California.
Rohingya Refugee Relief Fund
Extreme violence and persecution in the western Rakhine State of Myanmar have caused more than 650,000 Rohingya people, an ethnic minority, to flee their homes in search of a safe haven. Leaving almost all they own behind, the majority of those fleeing have crossed the border into Bangladesh. This fund will exclusively support relief efforts by vetted organizations working in the area that are providing emergency assistance and ongoing support to those in need.
Mexico Earthquake Relief Fund
On Sept. 19, 2017, Mexico City and surroundings including Morelos and Puebla suffered devastation from a 7.1M earthquake. Hundreds were killed. Homes, schools, and community buildings were destroyed. This followed an 8.1M quake in Oaxaca and Chiapas on Sept. 7. This fund will provide immediate relief to survivors: food, shelter, water, and medicine. In addition, it will support longer-term assistance to help residents recover and rebuild. All donations will exclusively support these disasters.
Educate and Empower Girls in Rural Mexico
Children, young people and specifically girls become excluded and struggle to achieve optimal development because of social and economic inequality in Mexico. More importantly, girls that encounter such disadvantages become vulnerable to risky outcomes like dropping out of school, gender based violence, alcohol abuse, drug use and teen pregnancy.
Help Russian orphans get education & socialize
There are over 470,000 orphans in Russia. The majority of orphanage graduates is unable to successfully integrate into society. For 16 years "Big Change" helps young people from orphanages who have the most difficulties after graduating the system to settle well in life, to find a job, a home, a family. We have done this by developing motivation to learn and skills essential for independent living, helping them get better education and expanding the range of their interests.
Help to tackle early school failure
In France, studies have shown that 20% of the children can't read well enough at the age of 8, explaining their school failure on the long run. Agir pour l'ecole's approach is based on scientific methods and digital apps to help and improve the way children who are experiencing difficulties learn during school time. Incredibly positive results have been scientifically measured and now,you can help the project to scale up !
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada - Homework Help
This will transform the way that all Clubs deliver their Homework Help programs. Not only will children and youth recieve valuable academic support during the critical after school hours, but this program also increases their access to technology - recognizing that tomorrow's leaders must be deeply immersed in technology today.
Help 30 Russian kids with hearing loss communicate
The earlier a child with hearing impairment receives help, the more likely it is that they will learn to communicate verbally. Our deaf club is the only place in St Petersburg which helps babies as young as 4 months. Just as importantly, their parents are supported as they come to terms with their child's disability and learn how to lobby for treatment and education for their child. As a result many of "our" children go on to join mainstream kindergartens.
Fund 1000 Scholarships in Rural China for a Year
Some 200 million rural Chinese live below the poverty line by the World Bank definition of $1.25 per day, implying that 40 million school-aged children are at risk of dropping out of school before their high school graduation. In order to combat this huge waste of human capital, the SOAR Foundation, for the past 20 years, has provided 26,600 merit-based scholarships to more than 8,000 impoverished yet gifted students across rural China to finish high school and achieve success thereafter.
Earthquake Recovery for Chiapas & Oaxaca, Mexico
Last September 7 a devastating 8.2-magnitude earthquake struck the states of Oaxaca and Chiapas, Mexico. Approximately 2.3 million people were affected and the number of deaths increased to 90. In addition, the tropical storms and hurricanes that have impacted this area have complicate the situation. Thousands of people have lost their homes and are living with no roof in raining, with high health risk.
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