1,961,701 people have helped raise more than $5,396,737 for 261 projects

Footprints is currently funding 6 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 18 projects, and completed 237 projects.


Sea Turtles and Plastic Projects Costa Rica, RUN BY: SEE Turtles

Sea Turtles and Plastic Projects in Costa Rica, Run by: SEE Turtles SEE Turtles helps the sea turtle community connect, grow, and thrive by supporting community-based conservation efforts. This project supports the Sea Turtles & Plastic campaign which is designed to get plastic waste out of sea turtle habitats around the world, by supporting four (4) local programs in Costa Rica.

Project cost

0AUD 30,000

5,724

Raised from 957 people

LATEST DONATION:

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


Water for Ghana Ghana, RUN BY: The Hunger Project Australia

Water for Ghana in Ghana, Run by: The Hunger Project Australia The Hunger Project’s Water for Ghana program supports solving water scarcity issues and hygiene by empowering rural communities in Ghana to promote the implementation of water conservation techniques and develop new water resources.

Project cost

0AUD 30,000

6,171

Raised from 948 people

LATEST DONATION:

1 week ago AUD 10.00, from a TRAVEL INSURANCE DIRECT AU customer


Safer Cities for Girls Solomon Islands, RUN BY: Plan International Australia

Safer Cities for Girls in Solomon Islands, Run by: Plan International Australia The Global Safer Cities for Girls Program is a joint program developed in partnership between Plan International, Women in Cities International, and UN-HABITAT. The overarching goal is to build safe, accountable and inclusive cities with and for adolescent girls to prevent and address gender-based violence and sexual harassment. The program aims to increase girls’ safety and access to public spaces and transport, and increase their active and meaningful participation in urban development and governance.

Project cost

0AUD 30,000

8,551

Raised from 1,342 people

LATEST DONATION:

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


Supporting front line health volunteers in remote Indonesia Indonesia, RUN BY: SurfAid

Supporting front line health volunteers in remote Indonesia in Indonesia, Run by: SurfAid Capacity building of community health volunteers and village midwives to better promote antenatal care to pregnant women, good feeding and care practices among parents of children under five.

Project cost

0AUD 30,000

12,971

Raised from 2,058 people

LATEST DONATION:

1 week ago AUD 2.00, from a TRAVEL INSURANCE DIRECT AU customer


Solukhumbu Women’s Health Project Nepal, RUN BY: Australian Himalayan Foundation

Solukhumbu Women’s Health Project  in Nepal, Run by: Australian Himalayan Foundation The Solukhumbu Women’s Health Project (SWHP) aims to improve women’s health across the Solukhumbu district of Nepal including access to women’s reproductive and sexual health services.

Project cost

0AUD 30,000

12,836

Raised from 1,985 people

LATEST DONATION:

1 week ago USD 3.00, from a WORLD NOMADS USA customer


Protecting Gorillas and Surrounding Communities Uganda, RUN BY: Wildlife Conservation Network

Protecting Gorillas and Surrounding Communities in Uganda, Run by: Wildlife Conservation Network Our goal is a world where gorillas and other wildlife are healthy and their habitats are secure, and where they co-exist with healthy communities. UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda is home to 43% of the remaining 1,063 endangered mountain gorillas and is one of two remaining strongholds for the species. Surrounded by some of the poorest communities in Uganda, with very limited access to health and social services, the park and its wildlife are under serious threat from human activity. Sharing 98.4% DNA with humans, mountain gorillas are highly susceptible to human diseases. This project improves the health and hygiene of people living in proximity to gorillas to reduce the likelihood of spread of zoonotic diseases, such as COVID-19, common flu, tuberculosis, scabies, intestinal worms and dysentery.

Project cost

0AUD 30,000

19,722

Raised from 3,056 people

LATEST DONATION:

1 week ago USD 5.00, from a WORLD NOMADS USA customer