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Architects for Aid

A4A is the only UK charity of its kind. We provide professional built environment skills in humanitarian aid and sustainable development throughout the world. We save charitable funds for other organisations, we make funds go further and work harder. We build better shelter and housing where there is poverty, disaster or need Go to charity »

Buwan Kothi International Trust

The Trust was established in 2006 by Gilly and Debbie Mundy and their friends, to support regeneration projects in rural Haryana in India. In Buwan Kothi, the isolated village where the couple married, it aims to build a school named in Gilly?s memory, following his sudden death in March 2007. Go to charity »


CAFOD believes that every man, woman and child matters. We fight against global poverty and injustice; working to bring about lasting change. We also provide emergency relief to those affected by natural disasters and conflict, staying long after the media has left. We work alongside some of the world's poorest communities, regardless of race or religion. Go to charity »


CARA is an independent international charity that relies on its members and the generosity of the public in securing donations and legacies so that it can continue the work it provides. Its objectives are to relieve poverty, sickness, HIV, AIDS, cancer, hardship and to provide overseas aid, water, sanitation, free counselling, community law centre, legal advice, debt advice, immigration advice, employment advice, job search advice, translation, welfare advice and benefits for lonely, needy old people, disabled, and underprivileged children and other persons in the UK and Africa. Go to charity »

Chennai Challenge

Chennai Challenge works to help disadvantaged communities in Chennai, South India. Each year a team of volunteers goes to Chennai to support work in 3 community centres, 2 schools and 1 orphanage. Go to charity »

Christian Aid

Christian Aid works with the world's poorest people, whatever their race or faith, in nearly 50 countries overseas. We tackle the causes and consequences of poverty and injustice. Inspired by our values of hope, justice, courage and honesty, we are committed to seeing a just world - now. Not just in the future. Go to charity »

Engineers Without Borders UK

Engineers Without Borders UK improves the lives of people in developing countries by removing the barriers to alleviating poverty through engineering. It is a unique student-led charity committed to practical action and raising awareness about the role of sustainable engineering in international development Go to charity »


FARM-Africa is a development agency which has been working with poverty and famine-stricken communities in Africa since 1985. A charity dedicated to long-term development, FARM-Africa's goal is to help poor rural communities produce more food so they do not have to depend on handouts of aid. Go to charity »


Healthlink works to improve the health and wellbeing of disadvantaged and vulnerable communities in developing countries. They aim to help less advantaged communities voice their own health needs and priorities, and to ensure that their voice is heard. Go to charity »

International Alert

International Alert is a Peacebuilding charity, working in over 20 countries and territories around the world. We work directly with people affected by violent conflict to build sustainable peace. Peace cannot be made on behalf of people in war-torn and war-threatened territories but we can work to equip them with knowledge and skills that will radically improve their chances of avoiding violence. Go to charity »

Laniado UK

Laniado Hospital is a 400 beds humanitarian aid centre of life in the Middle East, founded 30 years ago by a Holocaust survivor on the principle that people from every faith, every race deserve to be treated in a dignified manner with the highest regard for humanity. As a unique non-profit community hospital, it treats 45,000 patients annually. Go to charity »

MaAfrika Tikkun

MaAfrika Tikkun gets right to the heart of community care in South Africa by working directly with communities to increase training and sustainable resources. Go to charity »

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