Funding Priorities

Our priority funding areas (with no geographical limitations) are:


Animal Rights & Advocacy

  • 60 billion farm animals are killed every year for food
  • The oceans could be empty by 2050
  • As many as 30 to 50% of all species could be extinct by mid-century
  • To promote the humane treatment of animals and human health through outreach initiatives and the provision of healthy food choices
  • To promote awareness and knowledge of issues affecting animals across the world and to instill a love for nature, particularly among youth
  • To promote the establishment of animal sanctuaries
  • To promote the conservation of threatened and endangered species and of the ocean

Environmental Sustainability & Energy

  • It is predicted the oceans will have more plastic than fish by 2050
  • Drought and desertification affect over 1.5 billion people
  • More than 600 million people lack power in sub-Saharan Africa

  • To promote energy independence in poor countries and remote rural areas through the use of renewable technologies
  • To promote biodiversity through the conservation and restoration of endangered ecosystems and reforestation initiatives
  • To promote the reduction of waste and litter, the preservation of natural resources and the benefits of recycling

Children’s Rights and Education

  • More than 60 million children of primary school age are not enrolled in school
  • About 152 million children, aged between 5 and 17, are subject to child labour
  • Over a quarter of the world’s slaves are children
  • To promote educational opportunities mostly in the primary years, principally in underserved and underfunded communities
  • To provide displaced, vulnerable and marginalized children with access to education, sports, emotional support and legal aid
  • To promote girls and young women’s rights by providing safe spaces for learning and opportunities for skills development

Health & Well Being

  • About 850 million people do not have access to safe drinking water
  • A third of the world’s population lack access to basic sanitation
  • Around 20% of the world’s children live in extreme poverty
  • To promote access to primary healthcare and to foster behavior changes (hygiene management, substance abuse, family planning, disease detection, healthy living practices…)
  • To promote access to clean water and basic sanitation
  • To promote food security through self-sustainable community agriculture