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(Source: Peekaboo Kids)

Challenge

Babies living in extreme poverty around the world have to choose between food & diapers. Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Harvey have compounded this situation. The Rebecca Foundation, is working diligently to assist the most vulnerable children, and they struggle to find enough funding and supplies to help these babies. Imagine re-using a disposable diaper simply because you can't afford for your baby otherwise - that's a decision many of these families have made.

Solution

Just 24 cloth diapers can diaper a baby from infancy through potty-training, meaning these babies can finally have diapers, instead of going without. Through our Diaper Drops, we are helping local organizations leverage the funds they have available to better care for their babies in other ways. In many places, organizations see decreased infant mortality rates and increased quality of life through cleaner environments and more availability of basic living needs.

Long-Term Impact

As our partner organizations in the United States continue to have their diaper needs solved, they are able to save funds and plan for future improvements as part of hurricane recovery and rebuilding. This can mean adding educational programs, offering better healthcare, improved quality of food (more protein!) - all steps that set these babies up for long term survival and productive members of society.
(Source: Peekaboo Kids)

Challenge

There are more than 2.3 million affected by this disaster in the states of Chiapas and Oaxaca. It has been the strongest in magnitude within our country in the past 100 years. In Oaxaca there are 41 municipalities affected in the Istmo de Tehuantepec region. Only in the municipality of Juchitan there are 7.000 households with severe damage. In September 19th, a 7.1-intensity earthquake struck Mexico,Morelos, CDMX, and in Puebla.

Solution

The project incorporates elements of relief and humanitarian aid in case of natural disasters, infrastructural assessment, infrastructural restoration, and communal care follow-up for resilient communities.

Long-Term Impact

Establish community civil protection brigades: trained in risk detection, disaster care and prevention, incident command, psychological first aid, and tactical search and rescue. Encourage the community to know its risks, its vulnerability factors and how to prevent them. Ensure that the community has clearly identified their risk areas, the shelter, and their brigades. Have a temporary shelter for the community in the event of a disaster. Improve community response time to a disaster.
(Source: Peekaboo Kids)

Challenge

With strong, damaging winds, Hurricane Maria has destroyed homes and critical infrastructure just two weeks after Hurricane Irma cut through the Caribbean. Several of GlobalGiving's local nonprofit partners are responding to survivors' immediate needs and have asked us to help fund their preparation for relief and recovery efforts on the ground.

Solution

All donations to this fund will support hurricane recovery and relief efforts in the Caribbean. Initially, the fund will help first responders meet survivors' immediate needs for food, fuel, clean water, hygiene products, and shelter. Once initial relief work is complete, this fund will transition to support longer-term recovery efforts run by local, vetted organizations responding to this disaster.

Long-Term Impact

We believe that organizations that are deeply-rooted in local communities are best positioned to provide long-term support for survivors of natural disasters like hurricanes. By funding the relief efforts of organizations in the Caribbean, there's potential to build stronger response capacity so that these organizations are better equipped to face future challenges. GlobalGiving will post reports about how funds have been used and will email these reports to donors.
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For 14 years, Boosterthon has prided itself on hosting a fun fitness event that also serves as an interactive character building program and, a highly-profitable school fundraiser all in one.

Meet RAISE CRAZE

RAISE CRAZE is a new approach to fundraising. Kids ask friends and family for donations via an online platform. During the fundraiser, instead of selling things and giving away half the profits, kids go out and pay it forward in their community with acts of service. Kids raise money by being kind and by making an impact in the community.
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