Give the Gift of Education and End Child Poverty Now

Our charity work in the United States and around the world helps keeps children educated and safe. Thanks to our supporters, we have been able to change the lives of hundreds of children in the past year and we hope to do it again with your help!

We are proud to be involved with a global day of giving by participating in #GivingTuesday on November 29, 2022.

With your help, we can come together to protect a generation of children in need and the future we share #EduForEveryChild

Why Donate for
"Edu for Every Child"

100% Funds go Directly to Help Unprivileged Children Go To School for An Entire Year

258 million children around the world are at risk of not receiving an education. That's one in ten children who will never have the opportunity to go to school and get an education. But you can help us change this! USIDHR provides Edu-Boxes to children in need, which are boxes filled with supplies that they need for an entire school year. These supplies include back-to-school essentials like clothes, shoes, backpacks, and school supplies. With your help, we can provide these boxes to more children and give them the opportunity to get an education. So please consider donating today! Together, we can make a difference in the lives of children all over the world.

See the smiles on the faces of children who just received Edu-boxes

What happens with kids at-risk of poverty when they don't go to school?

The future for girls in impoverished communities is bleak. They face conflict at home and prospects of escaping poverty are slipping away.

Children live in homes with little or no electricity; internet access for electronic devices like tablets and smart watches; as well as necessary technology to download online lessons on these tools - leaving them entirely left behind by society’s advancements

With the rise in child poverty, we are seeing an increase of unhealthy children. In many parts around world school is where they get their only nutritious meal and access to basic healthcare.

Children who experience abuse, neglect or dysfunctional parenting at home suffer the double trauma of being cut off from supportive teachers and friends. As a result these kids often feel alone in an unfamiliar world with no one to turn too for help.

Interview with Astrid Hamberger - Founder of the Migration Integration Center in Brasov