Our Main Causes

The Cambodian Community Dream Organization (CCDO) works tirelessly for the health, wellness, and education of villages neighboring Siem Reap every day. CCDO provides schools in these rural communities with resources that help children thrive—these resources include everything from basic supplies to faculty, libraries, and latrines.

Since 2011, CCDO has also led a Breakfast Program that feeds nearly 1,000 children every morning before school. In addition to supplying communities with a well, giving them access to clean water, CCDO also provides qualifying families with two pigs and the resources they need to create a local pig farm.

This home provides secure housing, counseling, pre- and post-natal medical care, job skills training, and day care for at-risk pregnant women and their babies. Currently, TWCCTW is helping to fund their Master Development Plan that, in addition to bringing their 2-1/2 acre facility up to a serviceable standard, will also enable them to materially increase the number of women they are able to serve.

The Good Shepherd Sisters’ (GSS) Center was first established in Bangkok over fifty years ago. It’s one of our favorite places to support in Thailand. They do absolutely first-rate work caring for impoverished, marginalized women and children from local slums, some of which are right next to the Center. GSS provides pre-school education for kids from the Klong Toey slum, preparing them for government schools. Separate classrooms are provided for more than one hundred three-to-five-year-old children. Lodging and loving care are given to about a dozen at-risk women and their babies. They receive safe housing, nourishment, healthcare, counseling, and whatever else is required for them to return to their communities with self-sufficiency. 

Malaysian Social Research Institute (MSRI) is primarily a service delivery NGO working with refugee and asylum-seeker communities whose country of origins are those within the Middle Eastern, Central Asian and African regions; which include Afghanistan, Iraq, Palestine, Syria, Pakistan, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen. Our services focus on education, health, livelihood and emergency support. MSRI has 3 core programmes, namely an education programme for children (from 4 to 18 years of age) and adults, a family health programme offering primary healthcare, mental health and outreach services, and a community service programme offering vocational training, livelihood and support services ranging from emergency support to case management.

Buklod Kalinga Para sa Kapwa-Association for Others, Inc.'s main initiative is supplemental feeding. The organization believes that every child has the constitutional right to good health, proper nourishment, being free from sickness, being protected, and living life to the fullest. Children are a gift from God and the hope of the next generation.
With the help of Together We Can Change the World and donations and sponsorship, we helped them set up, manage, and run nutrition and feeding centers that helped poor children in Paranaque City during the crisis by improving, restoring, and strengthening their health to the best level.

“In an SOS CHILDREN’S VILLAGE, each child finds a family, growing together with BROTHERS AND SISTERS in the same HOUSE, under the love and care of a MOTHER who raises him as her own. With friends who help us provide for their needs, we aim to provide A LOVING HOME FOR EVERY CHILD.”

Other Causes

Anjali House is a locally-run Cambodian NGO based in Siem Reap, supporting vulnerable children through education, scholarships, and community engagement.

The Fatima Self-Help Centre in Bangkok helps former prostitutes and abandoned girls to re-integrate into local society through education and basic healthcare. Close the Gap has supplied the organisation with 66 computer assets for their computer centre. These computers will be used by the girls who follow courses at the secondary school in order to practise the computer skills they have learned at school. 

Awesome Women of Bacolod empowers mothers and children, guiding them toward a brighter future.

Facilitating livelihood opportunities for underprivileged women and support them in achieving financial independence and enable social mobility for their families

Batang Pinangga helps revive caring communities who would help care for the children, take them away from the streets, send them to school, provide for their needs, become their family. And this means to revive and re-activate the Filipino cultural value of “bayanihan system”.

The Fountain of Life Women's Centre was founded as a part of a campaign to end violence against women, prevent human trafficking crimes and sexual exploitation. The average age of women attending the center is from 15 to 65 years old.

Life and Hope Association (LHA) is a non-profit, non-governmental and  education-focused organization. Committed to breaking the cycle of poverty by providing compassionate care and access to education to the poorest and most vulnerable in Cambodia – especially children and disadvantaged young women.

SOS Children’s Villages is a private, non-political, non-government organization that provides a normal family environment to children who have lost or are at risk of losing parental care. We provide these children with their basic needs, such as food, education, and health care, along with social, intellectual, physical, personality, and spiritual development. This is to ensure they are empowered individuals from the moment they enter our care until they leave the program.

Women for the world envision a balanced society built on the rights of each person to self-determination and to live in dignity without scarcity. Let people be the solution, put the community at the center of development.

The Good Shepherd Sisters operate a live-in home and school for at-risk Hill Tribe girls to attend junior and senior high school. Currently housing nearly 60 girls they provide a safe environment where these girls can gain an education which will enable them to break the cycle of poverty into which they were born.
 

At the heart of the projects, is a commitment to foster the dignity of the individual and a sense of belonging to communities where people experience respect, acceptance, love and hope. Through the two major programme areas – Village Outreach and Child and Youth Development, with their associated activities, the Good Shepherd Sisters and their compassionate and committed mission partners, have a presence in over 180 villages, across 4 provinces.

Good Shepherd Phuket Town for Women and Children is a part of Good Shepherd Thailand. We provide holistic assistance for the Myanmar (Burmese) migrants, including education, skills training, legal services and help. The objective of the Good Shepherd Thailand is to restore the migrants' dignity according to the values of love, care and help of the Good Shepherd Congregation.​

Give Me A Book Foundation for Filipino Leveled Books, Inc. is a non-stock and non-profit corporation registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission since July 2023. The foundation and its project were created to break the cycle of learning poverty in the country. The World Bank and the Unesco Institute for Statistics define learning poverty as being unable to read and understand an age-appropriate text by age 10.
 

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