Al Otro Lado: We are a bi-national, direct legal services organization serving indigent deportees, migrants, and refugees in Tijuana, Mexico. The bulk of our services are immigration-related. However, the needs of the people we serve are diverse, so we also coordinate with attorneys and non-legal professionals in a range of areas such as family law, labor law, criminal law (particularly post-conviction relief), and employment law. We also assist families with aspects of reunification in Mexico when it has been determined by U.S. authorities that it is in the best interest of the child to live with his or her parent in Mexico. We work with non-custodial deported parents to ensure their rights as parents are protected in the United States family court system.

Undocufund: The UndocuFund provided direct funding to undocumented immigrants in Sonoma County and their families to help with fire-related expenses. Between October 2017 and the Fund’s closure in December 2018, it raised and distributed roughly $6 million in direct assistance to almost 1,900 families whose lost homes, possessions and earnings in the fires.

Midwives for Haiti: We believe no woman or baby should die during pregnancy or childbirth. We train skilled birth attendants to increase access to care and end preventable maternal and infant deaths in Haiti.

St. Mary’s Hospital Lacor: Lacor Hospital represents years of determination, courage and sacrifice. It is more than just a hospital, it’s a legacy of empowerment.

Homeless Prenatal Program: By seizing the motivational opportunity created by pregnancy and parenthood, HPP joins with families to help them recognize their strengths and trust in their capacity to transform their lives.

Genesys Works: Across America, millions of young people are shut out of today’s workforce due to lack of relevant skills and work experience. At the same time, millions of entry-level jobs go unfilled because companies struggle to find qualified candidates.What if we could bridge that gap?  What if we could connect motivated youth with real opportunity? We can. And we do. 

Skateistan: We are an award-winning international non-profit organization which empowers children through skateboarding and education in Afghanistan, Cambodia and South Africa. By combining skateboarding with creative, arts-based education, we give children the opportunity to become leaders for a better world. Our focus is on groups who are often excluded from sports and educational opportunities, especially girls, children living with disabilities and those from low-income backgrounds. We provide safe spaces where children can have fun, build their skills and confidence and break down social barriers by making new friends.

Transplanting Traditions: Transplanting Traditions provides refugee adults and youth access to land, healthy food and agricultural and entrepreneurial opportunities. The farm provides a cultural community space for families to come together, build healthy communities and continue agricultural traditions in the Piedmont of N.C.

Breaking Ground: We envision a Cameroon in which communities are independently able to address their most basic, pressing needs. This can only happen by empowering motivated Cameroonian communities with the resources they need to achieve their own solutions. We seek out these communities after they have independently prioritized a need, collectively decided upon a solution to that need, and have begun actively working towards achieving that solution, but whose progress is held up by a lack of funding.

Ewaso Lion Project: Right now, Kenya’s predators are in trouble. Our lions, leopards, cheetahs, hyenas and wild dogs are facing more threats than ever before, such as loss of habitat, an ecosystem under huge pressure and life-threatening conflict with humans. Our predator conservation efforts span the three primary areas with robust carnivore populations in Kenya.

The Tibetan Education Fund: Despite more than 1,300 years of iconic literary history, Tibet now has the highest rate of illiteracy in all of China. On top of that, Tibet has the lowest amount of educational spending per household and by far the least amount of schools. The barriers to education are tremendous. Our mission is to overcome these barriers, preparing the youth of East Tibet for their bright futures while preserving their unique cultural heritage.

Sustainable Health Enterprises: SHE is helping women jumpstart social businesses to manufacture and distribute affordable menstrual pads. Coupled with health education and advocacy, girls and women will have even more productive lives than before.

Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems: The mission of the Center for Agroecology & Sustainable Food Systems (CASFS or the Center) is to research, develop, and advance sustainable food and agricultural systems that are environmentally sound, economically viable, socially responsible, nonexploitative, and that serve as a foundation for future generations.

Third Coast International Audio Festival: Based in Chicago, the Third Coast International Audio Festival (TCIAF) curates sound-rich audio stories from around the world and shares them with as many ears as possible - via radio, podcast, public events, annual conference and this website. Operating year-round, Third Coast offers producers and listeners a multitude of ways to celebrate audio storytelling.

Village Health Works: Village Health Works’ mission is to provide quality, compassionate health care in a dignified environment while also addressing the root causes of illness, poverty, violence, and neglect.