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Give Global Fund

This year, an estimated 274 million people will need humanitarian assistance and protection. Support multiple charities in one pledge working on global causes.
Through this fund, you will join other global champions to inspire greater giving and foster critical change around the world, reducing global inequalities and assuring basic human needs such as clean water, support in an emergency, health care and education.

Your contributions go directly to support the following leading charities in their work to make progress toward the Sustainable Development Goals.

Be a Global Champion


fills a child’s backpack with school supplies, helping a new student feel ready to learn.


wraps warm, cozy blankets around 30 children displaced by conflict.


provides 1 year of nutritious lunches to 10 children in school.

Success Stories

Italy refugees
For decades, The Salvation Army in developed countries has been blessed to financially support the work of counterparts in developing nations, whether in emergency relief, community projects, or simply the daily costs of operating in some of the most challenging parts of the world. But what if The Salvation Army in wealthier countries could do more to help overseas partners to achieve financial sustainability, rather than merely provide annual funding? What if Salvationists everywhere were provided with the training and start-up capital they need to pursue sustainable income and support their own community and ministry programs? That is precisely the goal of The Salvation Army World Service Office’s (SAWSO) new Capacity Building Partnership Initiative (CBPI). And in Italy and Greece (TSA ITY), they’re proving it is possible. The CBPI empowers TSA territories worldwide to develop financial independence and sustainably operate their ministries and programs. They work together to create comprehensive...
A mother holding her toddler child in front of her home in Myanmar
Mar Mar San lives with her husband and young daughter in Ar-Chan, a village in Myanmar’s Ayeyawaddy Delta region. Families in this low-lying area are accustomed to hardship: they struggle to support themselves with small-scale fishing and rice farming, and natural disasters like heavy rains and flooding are a perpetual threat. In 2008, a powerful cyclone caused catastrophic damage. Yet the COVID-19 pandemic has brought even bigger challenges for vulnerable families like these in Myanmar, where chronic malnutrition affects nearly 30 percent of children under the age of five. Measures to contain the spread of the virus — including the temporary shutdown of markets and restrictions on the movement of people and goods — have disrupted food and agriculture systems, slashed household incomes and exacerbated hunger. Fortunately, thanks to training and resources from Helen Keller International’s homestead farming program, Mar Mar San and her family are confronting the COVID-19 crisis...
A group of women laugh together
In Malindi, Kenya, vast salt factories have poisoned farmland and plunged families deep into poverty. AJWS grantee Malindi Rights Forum has mobilized this community to fight the factories in court and return land to the community. These women, take a moment to rejoice.