Your gifts help poor and vulnerable communities find their own long-term solutions to poverty. Thank you for being part of our community of changemakers.
From lack of access to water and soap, to lost incomes and increased family violence – unfortunately COVID-19 will push many communities even deeper into disadvantage. Your gifts can help those most in need.
How far will your gift go?
$40 can buy a hygiene kit for a family in Mozambique
$50 can install water filters at primary schools in Vietnam
$100 can help families in the Pacific set up kitchen gardens
$250 can support a safe house for women fleeing abuse in Cambodia
$20 per month can fund business loans for women in Vietnam
$30 per month can support agriculture training for Ethiopian farmers
$50 per month can pay for seeds so families can grow their own food in Kiribati
$100 per month can support teacher training in Cambodian preschools
All donations $2 and over are tax-deductible.
Donate to partners
Donate to our international partners at the links below.
You can find Action on Poverty on Good2Give and Benevity – corporate giving platforms that make it easy for you to donate via your workplace.
You can also set up regular, tax-deductible donations from your salary using your workplace’s payroll system. Some workplaces will even match your gifts so you can achieve greater impact together. Contact us to find out more.
Leave a gift in your will
With a bequest, you can leave behind a life-changing legacy that will help future generations break the poverty cycle.
Read our latest stories from the field to find out how you’re helping communities create change across Africa, Asia and the Pacific. Without you, we couldn’t do the work that matters most.
How we use donations
We send 90% of your donation to our international projects. Find out more about how we use donations, or review our annual reports and financial statements for the latest data.
Our promise to you
We promise our donors that we will:
support effective work
measure what we do
add value to the money that you give us.