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Community garden offers refugees belonging and a taste of home

Rahmatullah Hamkar and Zekkra Sayed Jan, 10, lay down fresh soil as they work to expand the Refugee Garden in Clearwater, Florida on June 1, 2023.

If you had to leave your home permanently at a moment’s notice, what would you bring with you? Likely your identification documents and a few prized possessions. What about all of the comforts of home, such as your favorite foods? Millions of refugees face these gut-wrenching decisions on a daily basis.  In this heartwarming story, […]

5 times fundraising consultants can help you reach your goals

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The highly anticipated Giving USA report has been out for a few weeks. If you haven’t had time to delve into its 350+ pages of “in-depth analysis of findings on total charitable giving, giving by sources, and giving to major recipient categories” from 2022 in between your summer trips, we’ll give you a quick rundown. […]

Fixing the name of the Environment Fund

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When we launched the Environment Cause Fund in 2021, we were looking to align donor interests in protecting the Earth with the work of our charities. Even in the past few years, much has changed. As the effects of climate change have continued to accelerate at a rapid pace, it’s become increasingly apparent that the […]

The three-minute recap of our Four Tips to Champion Employee Giving Webinar

Ready, Set, Grow with an arrow pointing upwards

If you’ve ever attempted growing your own plants, you will understand that proper growth involves specific resources and factors. You must start with the right seeds, plant in good soil and use the proper amount of water and sunlight. Under the correct conditions, when done properly, over time you will see new life emerge from […]

Human kindness outweighs the bad in flooded Kherson

A Ukrainian emergency psychologist interacts with children in a flood-affected community.

During times of disaster, hope comes shining through from the stories of communities, neighbors and even strangers coming together to help support one another. We find inspiration and bits of joy in reading about people and aid organizations, like so many of Global Impact’s member charities, providing essential supplies to communities in need or banding […]

“Where else should we go?” Life in Kenya’s Dadaab refugee camp

Heavy rains have flooded the outskirts of the Dadaab refugee camp where new arrivals first settle.

From Brittany Mattfeld Craig, Global Impact’s Managing Director of Campaign Engagement: “I have had the pleasure of working with CARE for the past nine years, attending many events including its National Conferences and International Women’s Day celebrations. At those events, I have heard from incredible CARE supporters and advocates including Madeleine Albright, Chelsea Clinton, Barbara […]

Breaking barriers to education: Five charities uplifting students worldwide

Young Changemakers discuss their ideas.

It’s August, which means kids are saying goodbye to summer break to go back to school next month. But 244 million kids around the world didn’t attend school last year, and millions more did not receive a quality education. Many barriers hold kids back, from navigating the classroom with a disability to experiencing food insecurity. […]

Need a fiscal sponsor? Don’t forget to ask these 9 questions

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Recently, interest in fiscal sponsorships for mission-driven projects has been booming. Fiscal sponsors can provide organizations with so many benefits that it’s no wonder they have become so popular! As Global Impact’s Managing Director for Finance and Business Services, I’ve personally witnessed significant growth over the past year and have guided many organizations through the […]

Three survivors fighting to end modern-day slavery

Satyaban Gahir

Many people assume that slavery is a shameful relic of the past — but right now, there are an estimated 50 million people trapped in modern-day slavery worldwide. Human trafficking is a multibillion-dollar business built off the back-breaking labor and sexual exploitation of men, women and children. Partners like International Justice Mission (IJM) work with […]