Footprints has funded 9 projects
Thanks to thousands of your microdonations, all of these projects have now been funded. Footprints will ensure that the money gets to our project partners and will provide project reports as they get completed.
To help disadvantaged youth in New Zealand to build important skills, such as self-confidence, personal management and resilience, that can help them stay in education longer to gain qualifications, and assist them to engage and contribute positively with their communities.
Raised from 7,236 people
Many schools in Papua New Guinea have no toilets and no supply of safe water. Together, we can ensure the poorest children stay healthy, gain a better education and achieve their potential.
Raised from 9,905 people
The Teacher Training and Quality Education program operates in one of the poorest regions of rural Nepal, the Lower Solu Khumbu, and helps to ensure that all children have access to a primary education.
Raised from 7,600 people
This project aims to reduce childhood hunger and malnutrition in rural Cambodia through school vegetable gardens and daily meals for students.
Raised from 7,481 people
To provide of at-risk children in New Orleans with activities that help build their self-esteem and stability, and gives them a creative outlet while sustaining the cultural legacy of the Mardi Gras Indians.
Raised from 4,953 people
This project aims to improve support for teen mothers in three rural locations on Efate, Santo and Ambae in order to improve their health and that of their children.
Raised from 11,796 people
To continue delivering quality education to the children of Khati, Kumaon Himalaya, India via funding for a community teacher and new educational materials.
Raised from 1,070 people
To enhance the health and quality of life of poor remote rural people living in a village in Liquica District, through the provision of access to safe water, toilets and hygiene practices.
Raised from 20,227 people
This project plans to bring 23 fluepipe wood efficient stoves to communities in the Himalaya to reduce fuel wood consumption thereby preserving local forests whilst improving health outcomes.
Raised from 1,597 people
The project will provide Kindergarten teachers in Vanuatu with a magazine as a professional development resource to help improve the quality of teaching and learning in Early Childhood Care and Education.
Raised from 13,010 people
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