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The Veolia Environment Foundation has made a grant to the Get Involved" Project of Outward Bound Bulgaria, an organization that provides outdoor adventure courses for young people.
Southern Water, its employees and customers have supported WaterAid since 1981, promoting WaterAid through organising and taking part in fundraising events and making donations.
ASGN (the Association to Safeguard the Giraffes of Niger) used grants from the Wildlife Protection Foundation in the UK and from the Zoo de Doue in France to set up a successful micro-credit scheme.
Timberland partners with Big City Mountaineers (BCM), an organization uniting volunteer mentors with urban youth for life-changing outdoor journeys.
Care for African Kids (CFAK) is a Ugandan NGO that takes care of 165 children at its orphanage centre in Wakiso, and provides support towards the childrens' shelter, education, medication, clothing, and food while also attemping to prevent child abuse and violence and the spread of HIV/AIDS, and...
In February 2008, ConocoPhillips Ltd Qatar was the exclusive Gold Sponsor of Qatar-based NGO Reach Out To Asia, ROTA’s, third Wheels 'n' Heels community fun day.
Nike has been working closely with Mercy Corps, aiding in their efforts to use sports - particularly soccer - as a method of community rebuilding and to bring hope to the world's youth.
There are 12 orphaned, helpless children between 4 to 14 years of age in the Child Welfare Home (CWH) Khandbari in the Sankhuwasabha district of Eastern Nepal. SESF would like to provide proper education, food and medical care for them and help them to become able to earn their living in the...
Garnier supports the Kids Tennis Foundation, an Australian charity providing tennis coaching for financially and socially disadvantaged children.
UNICEF and FC Barcelona started a five-year partnership in September 2006 to raise awareness and funds to benefit children affected by HIV and AIDS, and it included having the UNICEF logo on the FC Barcelona official jersey.