The Footprints Network work with a range of charity partners to identify projects and then fund these through online micro-donations. We do not directly undertake projects ourselves, as we believe the partners we work with have far greater experience and expertise already working in the field. In this way, we believe we can have the greatest impact from what we do.
Changing lives wouldn't be possible without the committment of online businesses to engage with their customers on these issues.
As a founding partner of the Footprints Network, World Nomads has been helping their customers give back since 2005. By aligning the values of their business with those of their customers, World Nomads has raised millions and helped change lives in many of the places their travellers go.Visit World Nomads
TID believe in giving back to the communities in which we operate. At TID we want to help our travelers and communities we travel to.Visit TID
Footprints works with a range of charities and NGO's to identify, deliver and report on a range of specific projects to fund.
The Fred Hollows Foundation is an international development organisation working to eliminate avoidable blindness. Together with country partners, we perform eye surgery, deliver local training, provide equipment and educate about eye health.List of Fred Hollows Projects
Plan works at the grassroots level in over 49 developing countries to empower communities to overcome poverty, so that children have the opportunity to reach their full potential. We unite, empower and inspire people around the world to champion every child’s right to grow up healthy, safe and educated.List of Plan Projects
Over 650 million people in the world don’t have access to safe, clean water to drink, and over two billion don’t have sanitation. WaterAid Australia is an international NGO dedicated exclusively to the provision of safe domestic water, sanitation and hygiene education to the world’s poorest people.List of WaterAid Projects
Thousands of travellers have visited the Himalaya and for many it is an opportunity to appreciate some of the world's most hospitable cultures. The AHF is working in partnership with local communities to help the people of the Himalaya through improvements in health, education and conservation.List of AHF Projects
Last year, CARE assisted 122 million people across 84 countries fighting global poverty, with a special focus on working with women and girls to bring lasting change to their communities.List of Care Projects
Oxfam operate across 31 countries, and work in partnership with local communities to overcome poverty and injustice. Our work includes long-term development projects, responding to emergencies and campaigning for a more just world.List of Oxfam Projects
SurfAid International is a non-profit humanitarian organisation that works to improve the health, wellbeing and self-reliance of people living in isolated regions connected to us through surfing.List of Surfaid Projects
Save the Children Australia aims to ensure that all children, regardless of gender, race, country of origin or religious belief have the means for survival, receive protection and have access to nutrition, primary health care and basic education.List of Save the Children Projects
It is the mission of Sea Turtle Conservancy to ensure the survival of sea turtles within the Caribbean, Atlantic and Pacific through research, education, training, advocacy and protection of the natural habitats upon which they depend.List of Sea Turtle Projects