More for More Children Who Are More Vulnerable

Our first priority as a charity is to identify and support the most vulnerable children. Not just those living in poverty, but those trapped by additional barriers preventing them from breaking out of poverty.

a graphic image defining the most vulnerable children as those affected by disability, ethnicity, gender, abandonment and HIV/AIDS

Children with disabilities in places such as Uganda, rejected by society and neglected by their families. Dalit children in India, who experience ethnic discrimination excluding them from school. Girls in countries like Sri Lanka, undervalued by families because of their gender and vulnerable to child marriage. Street children in Guatemala, extremely vulnerable to sexual exploitation, abuse and crime.

This focus on the most vulnerable children takes us to the ‘dark villages’ of Zambia, overlooked by local government and cut off from resources. It takes us to very recent war zones, such as South Sudan and Syria. It takes us to the children no one notices, the communities no one wants to know, the people with no hope and no future.


“The people that work here, they are kind and hospitable. They helped me. I grew up here, part of what I am is because of this influence. They gave me hope.
Hope keeps us moving, if we fall, hope gets us up again.”
Sajmir, Albania. Read his full story

Grassroots partnerships & genuine relationships

The most effective way of lifting a community out of poverty is through the people of that community. We don’t set up projects abroad, shipping in skills and knowledge. We seek out people who are already caring for their community. They gain access to our expertise in finance, safeguarding and management, and we seek out the supporters they need to operate.

In turn, their local knowledge helps us identify the most vulnerable children in their community and understand their needs. This means we can target your donations where your contribution will make the most difference.

“As a partner, the Ethiopian Addis Kidan Baptist Church Welfare and Development Association is very grateful indeed for the ministry of Global Care in Ethiopia. The Hadiya pre-schools are breaking the yoke of illiteracy and communities are becoming more and more aware of the value of education. Thank you so much for your generous support.”
Read more about the Hadiya pre-schools

For this exchange to work, we place a high value on relationships. We visit our partners in person and cultivate openness and honesty with them.

And we value our relationships with supporters just as much. We are transparent about where your money goes. We keep you regularly updated with news from your sponsored child or the change-maker project you support. And we delight in taking our supporters out to meet the children their money helps!

Team trip to Guatemala

“I’ve supported Global Care for many years and have always believed in the work that it does, but seeing it in action has cemented my commitment to the organisation. Global Care …values children and loves children, giving them a hope and a future away from poverty, abuse and exploitation, whilst pointing them to the God of love, who cares for them every bit as much as for us.”
Ollie Batchelor, part of a team to Guatemala in 2018.
Read more about his experiences in his blog post

Get involved

So do you share our heart for the most vulnerable children around the world? Do you want to join with us in supporting them in sustainable, long-lasting ways? Why not consider becoming a Change-Maker for one of our projects or sponsoring a vulnerable child? Your support can make all the difference in the life of a child who has no other hope.

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