1. Help Save a Leatherback Turtle Hatchling

    Six out of seven species of sea turtles around the world are endangered or threatened due to poaching, getting caught in fishing gear, plastic pollution, and many other reasons. Sea turtles around the world are endangered, but you can help bring them back! By supporting our program, you are helping protect important nesting beaches around the world, ensuring that the hatchlings make it to the water. The funding helps community-based organizations hire local residents to patrol the beaches and protect the eggs, which in many places are sold illegally on the black market. For every 10GHS we raise, we can save at least 10 endangered hatchlings through our partner turtle conservation organizations. Your support will help get hatchlings to the sea and provide income for rural communities around Africa.
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  2. Work Gloves for a Disaster Response Team

    Project Mother Earth is a non profit organization that deploys when requests come in from local authorities to assist in animal cruelty cases. We help with investigations, forensic evidence collection and processing, rescuing animals and transporting them to safety, setting up temporary facilities to shelter and treat the animals, placing them with local shelters once they’re ready for adoption and providing legal services to ensure that those involved are brought to justice.
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  3. World Water Day 2019

    In 1992, the UN designated March 22 of each year as World Water Day. In observance of this year’s World Water Day, we thought we would shine a light on how water plays an important part of our work all over the world and give you a few ways you can help bring safe drinking water to the world’s poor. In many of our project communities where we have enabled our awareness campaign, the lack of access to clean potable water is one of the most critical challenges. Many communities depend on unsafe water from unprotected shallow wells or rivers. Lack of access to water is a threat to the livelihood of a community in many ways. Inadequate access to water negatively affects the productivity of livestock and crops, and unsafe drinking water is a health hazard to both communities and animals. It is primarily the responsibility of women and girls to fetch water for household and animal use, often walking long distances in harsh conditions. Water scarcity is believed, for this reason, to affect the enrollment rates as well as educational performance of girls. 
    GH₵0.00 donated of GH₵10,000.00 goal