Without young people, the world would collapse, and yet most of them lack access to basic opportunities to fulfil their potential, and build a better future. Our United Action bundles the best performing charities empowering youth around the world, so you can donate to several solutions at once.
Donate to this United Action to make your money as effective as possible. Our research team rigorously evaluates each charity, and curates collections of the top performing among them, so you can tackle the same urgent problem with different solutions.
For change that matters.
Solidaridad believes that to be sustainable, the agricultural sector must attract younger generations. Therefore, they provide opportunities for young people to engage in this sector and get access to jobs. Solidaridad promotes youth-led services in the cocoa-growing communities and explores opportunities on how young people as entrepreneurs can become more involved in the sector.
Aflatoun International offers social and financial education to children and young people worldwide. They are a network of partner organisations, teachers, supporters and staff, delivering education through a social franchise model. Aflateen and Aflayouth, their programmes tailored to youth, teach them about money, prepare them for the job market and provide technical and vocational training.
provides a future for children in need
Amongst Help a Child's expertise is youth development and employment. They support the social and economic resilience of vulnerable young people and communities and equip youth with relevant skills to build their future. They emphasize capacity building, skill training and peacebuilding
Fight against poverty, from a Christian perspective
Word en Daad provides vocational education and job opportunities to young people in Ethiopia. Entrepreneurs, various levels of the government, communities and vocational training institutes work together to maintain high-quality education, increase job opportunities for young people and to contribute to economic growth.
Giving the next generation the chances they deserve.
Net4kids partners with local organisations and helps them receive funding and improve their projects. They offer vocational training and support young people through application processes. They put great emphasis on collaborating with the local community and creating projects that become self-sufficient.
Give homeless young people a future
Centrepoint provides homeless young people with accommodation, health support and life skills in order to get them back into education, training and employment. Their programs involve housing, health, skills development, community engagement and self-sustainability. Centrepoint also campaigns to influence national and local government policy that affects homeless young people.
Powered by young people
Restless Development works with young people in solving the world's most pressing problems. They support young people who strive to make a positive impact in their communities. They do this by connecting them with relevant partners and helping them with lobbying, rallying, awareness raising and interactions with national and international decision-makers.
Empowering LGBTQI youth activists and campaigning for their rights
IGLYO is a youth development and leadership organisation that supports LGBTQI+ youth activists. They aim to ensure LGBTQI+ young people are heard by making schools safe and creating inclusive and supportive learning spaces.
Help us support rural communities in leading educational projects
educate. is a grassroots non-profit organisation that empowers young people in Honduras through community-driven initiatives focused on education. Their scholarship programme works in partnership with local public secondary schools to provide opportunities for excellent students from low-income backgrounds so they can continue their education.
Empowering Africa's problem-solvers to create economically prosperous and self-reliant communities.
The Goblis Foundation is run by locals and works to empower talented young people from less privileged backgrounds. They help them become successful entrepreneurs and aim to create sustainable solutions. They provide training classes focused around entrepreneurship, fiscal skills, and business and they focus on young people of the communities they work with.
In each of the United Actions below, you’ll find curated collections of top-performing charities, all tackling the same urgent problem from different angles.
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