Coronavirus Relief Fund

by GlobalGiving
Coronavirus Relief Fund
Photo: Partnership With Native Americans
Photo: Partnership With Native Americans

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected us all, but the impacts haven’t been the same for everyone. The past several years have transformed how we live, work, and interact. For many, it has meant mourning the loss of loved ones and livelihoods. As much as we might wish it to be, the pandemic is far from over. Around the world, local organizations continue to bring much-needed aid to their communities in response to the pandemic and its ongoing effects. 

Since January 2020, the GlobalGiving Coronavirus Relief Fund has supported 572 grants to high-impact and community-led nonprofit organizations at the forefront of this long-term crisis.

We asked our partners to share how the pandemic continues to impact their communities and how they’re confronting the challenges. Here is a snapshot of some of the critical work you’ve supported through your generosity:

Partnership With Native Americans | United States

Native Americans have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19. The pandemic amplified decades of racial prejudice, institutional and systemic oppression, and the legacy of historical mistreatment of the tribes. 

“Tribes across the US continued to face food insecurity and water shortages, while the digital divide continued to impact education for a third of Native students who lack access to the internet or a computer, some of them doing their homework in parking lots to secure an internet signal.” – Helen Oliff, Partnership With Native Americans

Partnership With Native Americans (PWNA) has served as an essential COVID-19 relief service to more than 55,000 Native Americans living in geographically isolated and underserved reservation communities. PWNA worked to improve access to critical supplies, culturally relevant food, education, and career readiness services through their COVID-19 relief programs. 

Mbarara Rise Foundation | Uganda 

Since the start of the pandemic, Uganda has been gripped by waves of variants, overwhelming hospitals and triggering shortages of medical equipment, resources, and especially COVID-19 vaccines. Organizations like the Mbarara Rise Foundation have responded by providing economic empowerment, health care, and emergency services to women and LGBTQIA+ community members. However, sexual minorities face widespread persecution in Uganda. Anti-gay and transphobic views are common, creating barriers to health care and employment opportunities. The economic impact of the pandemic, paired with the harassment and restrictions against Ugandan LGBTQIA+ rights groups, has made it challenging for organizations like the Mbarara Rise Foundation to access funding and resources.

“Our organization operations have reduced. We have been forced to suspend some programs and have [only] programs considered most essential [that] could be conducted with minimal staff and resources due to limited funding...” – Janet Mtesi, Mbarara Rise Foundation

FundLife International | Philippines 

In the Philippines, school closures as a result of the pandemic were among the longest in the world. The shift to remote learning has posed unique challenges since less than one-fifth of the population has access to the internet and computers or other devices. 

“The education lockdown disproportionately impacted marginalized youth who had to learn from home in very difficult circumstances and without access to laptops or internet support.” – Angel Villamor, FundLife International

For the past two years, FundLife International has provided hundreds of students with “safe-at-home” learning packs to improve the quality of distance learning. The Philippines recently resumed in-person learning, but FundLife International will continue providing resources to students to ensure they can safely and easily transition back to school. 

Migrant Clinicians Network | United States 

The pandemic has shed new light on existing barriers the migrant, asylum seeker, and immigrant communities face. Organizations like the Migrant Clinicians Network are working to provide a more inclusive social and health service to those communities.  

“The difficulties with accessing care is why we created the Health Network, a bridge case management system designed to protect the continuity of care for migrants and other mobile populations. The Health Network allowed us to maintain direct access to some of the most vulnerable individuals throughout the pandemic.” – Ashley-Michelle Papon, Migrant Clinicians Network

The Migrant Clinicians Network team has also expanded its services to address burnout among health care workers on the front lines of the pandemic with support from its network of licensed mental health professionals. 

Your support of the GlobalGiving Coronavirus Relief Fund powers community-led responses, and it means people like Helen and Ashley-Michelle get the critical resources they need to help their communities respond to the continued challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you for your immense generosity.

With gratitude,

Victoria + the GlobalGiving Team

Photo: Mbarara Rise Foundation
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Photo: Safal MRM Foundation
Photo: Safal MRM Foundation

As we prepare to bid farewell to 2021, I’m writing you this update with mixed feelings. It’s not for lack of wonderful news. Indeed, since my last update, the GlobalGiving Coronavirus Relief Fund has raised more than $14 million for global response efforts! 

Thanks to your generosity, our latest grant round powered 74 grants totaling $920,000 to communities spread across more than 30 countries. 

Yet, as families consider their holiday plans, COVID-19 cases are rising across the US and the world. Scientists and health professionals continue to learn about the latest Omicron variant. And in addition to our pandemic response, the GlobalGiving team is supporting local nonprofit organizations responding to the devastating impacts of tornadoes in the Midwestern US, a super typhoon in the Philippines, and recent flooding in Malaysia. 

You and your loved ones have your own story of how 2021 and the pandemic have affected you. During this almost two-year journey, GlobalGiving’s incredible nonprofit partners have brought us hope and sustained their communities:

  • The Safal MRM Foundation team operates the Mabati Medical Centre in Kenya, delivering preventative and curative health services in underserved communities to 35,000 patients in Kilifi County. They’ve partnered with the Kilifi Department of Health to administer COVID-19 vaccines. They’re also training health workers on COVID-19 prevention and vaccination protocols as well as tuberculosis and cancer screening. They believe “quality healthcare services ensure that people are strong, resilient, and focused enough to build better lives.” 
  • Amazon Frontlines works with Indigenous communities across Ecuador, Colombia, and Peru. They collaborate with Alianza Ceibo, CONCONAWEP, and the Shuar Communities in the southern Ecuadorian Amazon. To address the longer-term impacts of the pandemic, they’re implementing food and medicinal sovereignty programs. They include an educational component to ensure the transfer of knowledge between elders and youth to grow plants and treat different kinds of illnesses. 
  • As the number of COVID-19 cases increases and there is inequitable access to vaccines in Alabama prisons, jails, and detention centers, the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI) is providing vital support to incarcerated individuals. People who are incarcerated are at a greater risk of getting sick or dying from COVID-19. The EJI team provides legal representation to people who have been illegally convicted, unfairly sentenced, or abused in state jails and prisons.

These are just three examples of the tremendous life-saving services our nonprofit grantees are providing in villages, towns, and cities worldwide. You can find a complete list of grantees from the most recent round of Coronavirus Relief Fund grants at the end of this update.

I hope 2022 ushers in the conclusion to the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Come what may, I’m confident that we will take forward the learnings from this year and build on the kindness and generosity you’ve helped cultivate.

In gratitude and solidarity,

Sandrina + the GlobalGiving Team

 

List of Grantees:

3 Generations

Action Bequia

Agewatch Africa Foundation Limited

Alianza Arkana

Amazon Frontlines

Asosyasyon Peyizan Fondwa (APF)

Associacao Esmabama

Association for Humanitarian Development (AHD)

Association For Women's Awareness and Rural Development

Beauty Out Of Dust

Beyond Aid and Relief

Bothoor ALkhaer organization for Relief and Development

Bridge to Turkiye Fund

Burundi Friends International

Cagdas Yasami Destekleme Dernegi (Association in Support of Contemporary Living)

Chiedza Child Care Centre

Community2Community

Concern Organization for Women & Children

CUMIS UCV FOUNDATION, INC

Dallas Inter-tribal Center Dba Urban Inter-tribal Center Of Texas

Darussafaka Society

Days for Girls International

Developmental Action without Borders/Naba'a

Disaster and Environmental Management Trust

Equal Justice Initiative

First Nations Development Institute

Free Yezidi Foundation

Friends Women's Association

Fundacion Cristiana Comunitaria para Personas con Discapacidad Ruach

Fundacion Madre Maria Luisa Casar

Fundacion Paraguaya

Fundo Socioambiental CASA

Global Infancia

Hifadhi Africa Organization (HAO)

Hogar Bambi Venezuela

Insan Hak ve Hurriyetleri Insani Yardm Vakfi

Iraqi Children Foundation, Inc.

IRAQI CHILDREN'S HOPE

Island Hospice and Healthcare

JAMES WERE FOUNDATION

Jiyan Foundation for Human Rights

Kadin Emegini Degerlendirme Vakfi

Karama Organisation for Women and Children's Development

Las Pinas Persons with Disability Federation Inc.

Legacy Institute for Financial Education

Libyan Internet Society (LISOC)

Malaysia Medical Relief Society

Mavi Kalem Association

Mozambique School Lunch Initiative

Network of Organizations Working for People with Disabilities, Pakistan

Nile Care Advocacy for Peace and Development

Nochlezhka

Non-Profit Incubator (NPI)

Oasis Zimbabwe

Rebuilding Alliance

Russian Childrens Welfare Society Inc

Safal MRM FOUNDATION

SAFE WATER & AIDS PROJECT

Sanid Organization for Relief and Development

Sonje Ayiti Organization

St. Nicholas' Home, Penang

STAND The Haiti Project

Talia Women's Network

Tekeshe Foundation

TFL-US INC

The Nawaya Network

The Wayuu Taya Foundation Inc

Tomorrow's Youth Organization

Union of Relief and Development Associations

Women's Aid Organisation (WAO)

Yemen Relief and Reconstruction Foundation

Photo: Assoc. For Women's Awareness and Rural Dev.
Photo: Assoc. For Women's Awareness and Rural Dev.
Photo: Talia Women's Network
Photo: Talia Women's Network
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Photo: Alianza Arkana
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This summer is not turning out as we’d hoped. In the US and abroad, communities are grappling with the impacts of the Delta variant. And COVID-19 vaccines remain out of reach for millions of people, most of whom live in low-income countries. I’m writing to you from Portugal, where I'm checking in on my family many months after the pandemic upended our lives.

Remarkably, GlobalGiving partners remain energized, compassionate, and agile in responding to this prolonged global health crisis. These local leaders are delivering life-saving oxygen, food, psychosocial services, and comfort to communities around the world. 

  • To address the global shortage of ventilators, Asociación Civil Ingeniería sin Fronteras Argentina created a low-capacity kit that expands existing commercial ventilator capacity by up to four times. This technology addresses the short-term problem of ventilator shortages and saves lives.
  • Iraq's health infrastructure is in poor condition after years of war, and hundreds of doctors are infected with COVID-19. The Iraqi Children Foundation’s work has never been more critical. Their team is providing nutrition and hygiene packages to orphans, kids who are unhoused, and other children and their families in need in Iraq. 
  • The COVID-19 crisis is also an information crisis, and journalists are the first responders. Internews is providing financial and advisory support for local journalists and news outlets so they can continue to provide life-saving information.

Through your generosity, we awarded $1.5 million in emergency grants to 101 nonprofits providing COVID-19 relief services in 37 countries across five continents.

As we navigate the uncertain times ahead, I’m confident that the generous support of donors like you and the commitment of our nonprofit partners will continue to save lives, strengthen the resilience of communities worldwide, and cultivate hope.

In gratitude and solidarity,

Sandrina + the GlobalGiving Team

 

LIST OF GRANTEES:

Accountability Lab Nepal

Act4Africa 

Afghan Institute of Learning 

AgroMwinda

Aid Afghanistan for Education

Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT Foundation) 

Aleimar

Alive Medical Services 

Alternate ROOTS: 

American Friends of the Spafford Children's Center 

Arkansas community foundation

Asociación Civil Ingeniería sin Fronteras Argentina 

Asociatia Club Rotary Craiova Probitas

Bamyan Foundation

Bangladesh Environment and Development Society

Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation (BASR) 

Boys and Girls Club of Canada:

Build Health International

Cambodian Children's Fund 

Care 2 Communities

Center for Amazon Community Ecology 

Child Rescue Nepal

Children's Helpers Worldwide

CHOSA Inc

Community Resilience Trust

Community Skills Development

Cooperation for Peace and Development (CPD) 

Corporación Superarse 

DCWC Community Hospital

Disable Development & Educational Foundation

Easter Caribbean Alliance for Diversity and Equality (ECADE) 

Economic Stimulus Projects for Work and Action- ESPWA

Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

European Lawyers in Lesvos

Facilitating Action for Community Empowerment (FACE) 

Fresh Start Recovery Center

Friends of Ninos de Guatemala 

Fundacion Accion País para la Formación de Liderazgo Social

Fundación Paraguaya 

Health Equity International

Health in Harmony

HERA (Her Economic Rights and Autonomy) 

Hoedspruit Training Trust

Hogar Bambi Venezuela 

Hope Community

Hope for Our Sisters 

International Community Foundation

International Community Foundation 

Irida Women's Center

IsraAID

JAAGO Foundation UK 

Kadin Emegini Degerlendirme Vakfi

Kagumu Development Organization

Kamboo Project 

Karam Foundation

Karama Organisation for Women and Children's Development 

KOSHISH

Kupona Foundation

Lighthouse Relief 

Malama Kauai 

Mammadu Trust

Maya Health Alliance: Wuqu’ Kawoq 

Mbarara

Middle East Children's Alliance

Migrant Clinicians Network

Minnesota Indigenous Business Alliance

Mission Dove Cambodia

Mobile Mini Circus for Children

Nepal Youth Foundation

Nexos Comunitarios

Non-governmental organization Women's Federation for World Peace 

Odessa Charity Foundation Way Home

Paso Pacífico 

Peace Bridges Organization 

Perkumpulan Pelita Indonesia

Planet Water Foundation 

Power of Love Foundation

Prithipura Communities

Protibandhi Shishu Shiekkha O Paricharja Samity 

Rays of Hope (registered as Imisebe Yethemba) 

Regarding her Food

Sahar Education

Save Youth Future Society

Southern Vision Alliance

Stichting Women's Initiatives for Gender Justice

Streetaware Association 

Support Utila Inc

Tanzania Development Trust 

The Himalayan Grassroots Women’s Natural Resource Management Association of Nepal (HIMAWANTI NEPAL)

The Mustard Seed Mission

The Small World

The Sunshine Charity

UCZ Mwandi Mission Hospital American Partners

Umduduzi - Hospice Care for Children

Union of Health Work Committees

Wadadee Cares e.V

Waves of Hope

Wayuu Taya Foundation

Whisper

Yayasan Bumi Sehat, Ds. PKR Nyuh Kuning

Yayasan Cinta Anak Bangsa Foundation

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Photo: Health Equity International by Nadia Todres
Photo: Health Equity International by Nadia Todres

I joined GlobalGiving one year ago. Having recently left a position at a hospital in Haiti because of the pandemic, I returned to California to begin my first entirely virtual role with GlobalGiving’s disaster response team. While still in Haiti, I watched from abroad as my home country entered its first lockdown. Haiti, a country with a medical system crippled by poor infrastructure due to hundreds of years of corruption and extraction, feared what was to come. As time moved on, while many countries witnessed their darkest days, countries like Haiti seemed to have almost miraculously unscathed. We know now that wouldn’t last.

In my new role with GlobalGiving, I was able to follow the work of hundreds of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners as they stepped up to serve their communities throughout the pandemic. I saw how organizations such as Southern Vision Alliance provided economic relief through small-dollar grants to BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and low-income individuals and organizations responding to the pandemic in North Carolina, or how partners like Hogar Bambi delivered first-line medical care, including vaccine distribution, to children in Venezuela. As time progressed, and hotspots shifted, we witnessed communities navigate the pandemic in entirely different ways. And thankfully, donors like you made it possible for us to support many of these communities around the world.

Throughout my tenure at GlobalGiving, Haiti never left my mind. As life returns to ‘normal’ in the United States, many countries fight for vaccine equity. Today, not a single vaccine dose has made it to Haiti, and the delta variant has begun to flood hospitals like Saint Boniface Hospital, managed by Health Equity International. Despite this challenge, Health Equity International continues to advocate for vaccine access throughout the country, all while providing high-quality healthcare to Haiti’s southern peninsula.

The fight for vaccine equity has exposed a new crisis, one which was already deeply embedded in the inequities that underpin our world. Only 1% of the world’s 1.3 billion vaccines injected have made it to the African continent. India, home to the world’s largest vaccine manufacturer, has struggled to produce enough vaccines for its own population—leading to the diversion of doses once promised for low-income countries through Covax. While much progress has been made, globally, we have a lot of work to do.

Your donation has supported GlobalGiving partners on the front lines, providing care and advocating for vaccine equity in their communities. Partners such as the Migrant Clinicians Network are working to support health care providers as they educate and vaccinate at-risk communities throughout the United States.

It is thanks to your support that GlobalGiving's nonprofit partners continue to work from Nepal to New Orleans, responding to the pandemic. With your support, we recently awarded 54 grants totaling almost half a million dollars to nonprofits working in 18 countries on issues ranging from vaccine equity to child protection. This brings the number of organizations we’ve been able to support to 446, thanks to you. You can find a complete list of grantees from the most recent round of Coronavirus Relief Fund grants at the bottom of this update.

In gratitude and solidarity,

Mikaela + The GlobalGiving Team


LIST OF GRANTEES:

Fresh Start Recovery Centre
Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada
International Community Foundation
Minnesota Indigenous Business Alliance
Malama Kauai
Health Equity International
Care 2 Communities
Economic Stimulus Projects for Work and Action- ESPWA
Afghan Institute of Learning
Bamyan Foundation
Sahar Education
Aid Afghanistan for Education
Mobile Mini Circus for Children
Cooperation for Peace and Development (CPD
Kamboo Project
Peace Bridges Organization
PLANET WATER FOUNDATION
Cambodian Children's Fund
Las Pinas Persons with Disability Federation Inc.
The Sunshine Charity
Prithipura Communities
Yayasan Bumi Sehat, Ds. PKR Nyuh Kuning
Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT Foundation)
Perkumpulan Pelita Indonesia
Health in Harmony
Yayasan Usaha Mulia / Foundation for Noble Work
Yayasan Cinta Anak Bangsa Foundation
Nepal Youth Foundation
DCWC Community Hospital
KOSHISH
Child Rescue Nepal
The Small World
Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness
THE HIMALAYAN GRASSROOTS WOMEN'S NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION OF NEPAL (HIMAWANTI NEPAL)
Bangladesh Environment and Development Society
PROTIBANDHI SHISHU SHIEKKHA O PARICHARJA SAMITY
Disable Development & Educational Foundation
Corporacion Superarse
The Wayuu Taya Foundation Inc.
Hogar Bambi Venezuela
Center for Amazon Community Ecology
Nexos Comunitarios
Fundacion Paraguaya
Fundacion Accion Pais para la Formacion de Liderazgo Social
Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation (BASR)
American Friends of the Spafford Children's Center
Save Youth Future Society
Karama Organisation for Women and Children's Development
Union of Health Work Committees
Middle East Children's Alliance
Migrant Clinicians Network
Mission Dove Cambodia
The Mustard Seed Mission
Asociacion Civil Ingenieria sin Fronteras Argentina

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Photo: Rebuilding Alliance
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GlobalGiving launched the Coronavirus Relief Fund on Jan. 27, 2020. Later that week, I boarded a flight to Geneva to attend a humanitarian conference. The World Health Organization, headquartered nearby, had placed signs around the conference center with basic information about the virus, but no one was wearing masks or socially distancing. These gatherings are a great opportunity to network, share, and generate ideas while connecting with old friends and colleagues we’ve worked with around the world. Needless to say, there was lots of hugging and handshaking. That feels like a lifetime ago. 

For the past year, you’ve been an inspiration to me and the entire GlobalGiving team. While you’ve been busy adapting to new realities of the pandemic and caring for loved ones, you also made time to share your resources and help deliver COVID-19 relief to frontline workers and families around the world.  

With your support, last week we awarded 89 emergency grants totaling more than $2 million to nonprofit organizations helping communities in more than 25 countries. 

You can find the entire list of grantees at the end of this update. Here’s a snapshot of how these hardworking teams are continuing to serve their communities through the pandemic.

  • The Partnerships with Native Americans team is working across tribal lands to bring food, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), and other emergency relief supplies to tribes, many of whom are still experiencing lockdowns and precarious conditions. 
  • Port Elizabeth Mental Health is delivering critical mental health support to children, and youth and their families in the Port Elizabeth region of South Africa, which has been at the center of the latest surge of COVID-19 cases. 
  • International Medical Corps’ teams are supporting vaccination efforts in refugee camps in Jordan. In the Azraq refugee camp, they are the main provider of health care services. 
  • Fresh Spirit Wellness for Women is assisting women in Texas who have been verbally, emotionally, physically, or sexually abused. They operate a women's shelter and an out-care program for women from all walks of life who are in search of healing and support.
  • LIFE ElderCare is delivering meals, groceries, and essential supplies for people age 60 and older in California.
  • Abraham’s Oasis is providing residential care for abandoned children and support for surrounding communities in Ethiopia’s Tigray region, which is affected by both COVID-19 and impacts from the conflict that’s escalated there in recent months. 

Since January 2020, your contributions powered:

  • $8.4 million in funding for vetted nonprofit organizations
  • 355 emergency grants 
  • Relief for communities in more than 70 countries

Some hopeful news has come to light since I last wrote to you. Globally, reported COVID-19 cases have decreased for the third week in a row. And four types of vaccines have been approved in different parts of the world and are slowly becoming available and being administered (my colleague Sami Adler outlined vaccine distribution efforts in this helpful article). 

The many reasons that have moved you to give your time and money to meet needs created by this pandemic are what makes the GlobalGiving community so special. Thank you.

In gratitude and solidarity,

Sandrina + the GlobalGiving Team

 

List of Grantees:

Abraham's Oasis

Akhuwat USA

Alaska Sudan Medical Project

Alawite Islamic Charity Association

American Friends of the Spafford Children's Center

AnneGift Foundation

Asia Society for Social Improvement and Sustainable Transformation, Inc.

Ask The Paediatricians Foundation

Association for Dalit Women's Advancement of Nepal

Autismo en Voz Alta

Bahini Educare Foundation

Baobá - Fundo para Equidade Racial

Basildon Concord

Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation (BASR)

British Red Cross

Carers Network

Casa de la Amistad para Niños con Cáncer

Charity Foundation 'Change One Life'

Civic Assistance Committee

Color of Change

Community Foundation of West Texas

Comunidad Maya Pixan Ixim

Customs Health Care Society

Dako Foundation For Rural Healthcare And Education

DAKTARI

DCWC Nepal - Development of Children and Women Center

Direct Relief

Downtown Women's Center

El Centro Popular para América Latina de Comunicación

Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

FASOL- Fondo Acción Solidaria, AC

Favela Inc.

First Nations Development Institute

FirstLight Trust

Footprints 4 Sam

Fresh Spirit Wellness for Women Inc.

Friends of Burkina Faso

Fundación Madre María Luisa Casar

Fundación San Genaro

Fundación Pro Eco Azuero

Fundo Casa Socioambiental (CASA)

Global Hope Network International

Global Need Burkina

GoodWeave International

Great Plains Tribal Health Board

Hadleigh Castle Trust Fund

Health Opportunity Partnership and Empowerment in Africa

Himalayan Life Switzerland

iDE

Infinite Family

International Medical Corps

IsraAID

IXIM, AC

Joy Foundation

Karachi Down Syndrome Program

Karama Organisation for Women and Children's Development

KOSHISH

LIFE ElderCare

Mali Health

Mt. Calvary Center for Leadership Development

My Friend's House, Inc

National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics

Native American Advancement Foundation

Near East Foundation

Nepal Youth Foundation (NYF)

Our Sansar

Pak Mission Society

Palliative Care Education and Research Consortium

Partnerships With Native Americans

PHASE Nepal

Port Elizabeth Mental Health

POWER- People Organized for Westside Renewal

Proyecto Impacto Consultores, AC

Reach Out and Feed Philippines

Rebuilding Alliance

Samaritans (Central London Branch)

St. Mungo’s

Starfish Greathearts Foundation

TARGET Hunger

Teens Unite Fighting Cancer

Texas Low Income Housing Information Services

Thanda UK

The DO MORE FOUNDATION Trust

The Rotary Club of Chelmer Bridge

The Small World

Tomorrow's Youth Organization

Tropical Health and Education Trust (THET)

Union of Health Work Committees

Women's Health Specialists of California

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Photo: The DO MORE FOUNDATION Trust

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