United Action for

Universal Education

9 charities

Help provide universal education

Although education is considered a fundamental human right, by 2030 around 200 million children will still be out of school. Education can dramatically improve people’s well-being and livelihoods. Our United Action bundles the very best performing charities providing education across the globe, so you can donate to several solutions at once.

The problem


Charities in this United Action

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.


Giving the next generation the chances they deserve.

Net4kids partners with local organisations and helps them receive funding and improve their projects. Their work encompassses providing scholarships, helping child workers receive education and supporting children of migrant workers. They also develop learning centers to provide children with a safe environment and extra curricular activities.

Street Child Nederland

Helping children into education in the world's toughest places!

Street Child Nederland partners with communities to build schools, train teachers and ensure that solutions are sustainable. In communities where the population's attitudes to education prove to be a barrier, their local staff advocates for the rights of children.

Pen Paper Peace

PEN PAPER PEACE - Creating peace through education

Pen Paper Peace builds and maintains schools in Haiti and provides children with access to regular schooling. They also raise awareness for social responsibility and promote the active involvement of young people in Germany and Italy for worldwide education. They work on developing cultural exchanges between children in Haiti and Europe.

Scholenproject Cambodja Rotterdam

A school for a child offers a future to Cambodia

This organisation collects money for the construction of schools and support for orphans and underprivileged youth in Cambodia. Their work encompasses building schools, providing solar panels for sustainable energy and various projects surrounding water facilities, like drilling wells and constructing irrigation canals.

Help A Child

provides a future for children in need

Help a Child, promotes different types of education, such as early childhood, emergency and basic education. They improve enrollment rates and build capacity for education by strengthening infrastructures. They work on the establishment of child friendly spaces , educate children about their rights and teach them life skills.

Goblis Foundation

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. One of their aims is to provide youth with an opportunity to access quality education so that they can become the next leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs. This is done through mentoring and financial support.

Aflatoun International

Children Empowered

Aflatoun International is a network of partner organisations, teachers, supporters and staff, delivering education through a social franchise model. They offer social and financial education by creating high-quality curricula that can be contextualised to local needs or specific circumstances for different age groups. They also emphasize providing teachers with additional relevant training.


Help us support rural communities in empowering children and youth

educate.’s mission is to empower children and youth in Honduras through community-driven projects that focus on education. They run a university scholarship programme and support specific education related community projects such as libraries and school-based nutrition programmes.

Stichting Mzamomhle

A child without education is a lost child

The Mzamomhle Foundation helps to improve daycare centers in townships around Cape Town. They help improve infrastructure by supporting renovations and equipping facilities. With emphasis on working together with local partners, they work to meet the demands of children, parents and staff and ensure that centers meet local requirements. Further, they provide food, (medical) care and pre-school education to make sure children smoothly transition into primary school.

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