1,937,732 people have helped raise more than $5,242,976 for 253 projects

Footprints is currently funding 3 projects

These projects will help change the lives of people living in extreme poverty across the globe. They are being funded through thousands thousands of microdonations from online business and their customers who believe that you're never too small to make a difference.

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So far footprints has funded 19 projects, and completed 231 projects.


Implement small-scale irrigation systems to decrease malnutrition in remote Indonesia Indonesia, RUN BY: SurfAid

Implement small-scale irrigation systems to decrease malnutrition in remote Indonesia in Indonesia, Run by: SurfAid Improving irrigation will help to address persistent high rates of malnutrition - driven by poverty, insufficient access to water, poor knowledge about nutrition, and low agricultural production, exacerbated by climate change.

Project cost

0AUD 25,000

15,438

Raised from 2,284 people

LATEST DONATION:

6 minutes ago USD 3.00, from a WORLD NOMADS USA customer


Eliminating trachoma and improving eye health access in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities Australia, RUN BY: The Fred Hollows Foundation

Eliminating trachoma and improving eye health access in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities  in Australia, Run by: The Fred Hollows Foundation Australia is the only developed country to have blinding trachoma. This disease is one of poverty that can be easily avoided through access to clean water, efficient housing, and education.

Project cost

0AUD 25,000

12,717

Raised from 1,987 people

LATEST DONATION:

1 hour ago USD 2.00, from a WORLD NOMADS USA customer


Help prevent child marriage and gender-based violence in Bangladesh Bangladesh, RUN BY: Plan International Australia

Help prevent child marriage and gender-based violence in Bangladesh in Bangladesh, Run by: Plan International Australia An estimated 1 billion people around the world cannot officially prove their identity, and 47% of these are children (World Bank, 2018). Your birth certificate proves you exist. Without it, girls around the world struggle to prove their age, and can be forced into child marriage. Bangladesh has the fourth highest rates of child marriage in the world, with over 50% of girls married before their 18th birthday. Plan International has been working with the Bangladesh government to roll out OpenCRVS, to ensure all children are registered and receive a much needed birth certificate that can protect them from early marriage, child trafficking and child labour.

Project cost

0AUD 25,000

19,166

Raised from 2,905 people

LATEST DONATION:

6 minutes ago USD 5.00, from a WORLD NOMADS USA customer