Help Build a School's First-Ever Computer Lab
Rural Ghana (Volta Region)
Status: Ongoing We are always accepting donations to expand their tech
In 2022 our President, Naomi Baldwin, visited the Agate Junior High School, about a 4-hour drive from the capital city of Accra. The students were learning about computers via drawings on a chalkboard, and Naomi learned that the school's two new classrooms (which were completely empty) were built in hopes of one day bringing a computer lab to the children. We immediately wanted to help. Thanks to our donors, we were able to deliver 30 computers – filled with various educational softwares. We plan to continue collaborating with the faculty of Agate Junior High School to provide more support and opportunities to these brilliant young students and their amazing teachers.
Support Inner-City Youth Soccer
Panama City, Panama
Status: Ongoing We are always accepting donations for this youth soccer team.
This initiative supports soccer teams in Curundú, a marginalized, inner-city neighborhood in Panama City, Panamá. The Asociación Deportiva Curundú is coached by incredible volunteers, and relies on support from donors like you. The athletes are girls and boys ranging from grade school to high school. Facing poverty, lack of resources, and racism, these youths experience hardship daily. Support from community activists is crucial in ensuring these children have a safe extracurricular opportunity... and in Panama, soccer can take you far! We are in awe of these teams and eager to provide our support.
Support the Elders of Manthani
Manthani, Telangana, India
As of mid-2021, we are now actively sponsoring community initiatives in Manthani, a town in the Indian state of Telangana. Our first donation will provide 36 underprivileged elderly residents with brand new walking canes. We are in touch with two local community organizers in India. and are happy to soon be contributing toward their next goals.
Afghan Refugees in the USA
Washington, D.C., United States of America
According to the United Nations, an estimated 550,000 Afghans have been newly displaced inside the country since January 2021 - primarily due to insecurity and violence. Women and children make up 80% of all recently displaced Afghans—nearly 400,000 since May 2021. The U.S. is one of many countries stepping in to assist Afghan refugees fleeing the crisis in the country since the Taliban takeover in September 2021. To respond to urgent needs, last month Do Good Global, in partnership with Catholic Charities, provided linens, towels, toiletries, shaving kits, sanitary napkins, and diapers to help settle a family in the DC area.
New Playground for the Children of Liyemo School
Thanks to our valued donors, the students of Liyemo Preschool now have a beautiful, safe, engaging playground!
Our Founder and President Naomi Baldwin stands with students of Liyemo Pre School at the old school room, prior to construction of the new Liyemo Preschool
Help Us Build a New Pre-School
One of our favorite projects has been working with the Waterberry Community Development Programme to fund and support the construction of a new pre-school in rural Livingstone, Zambia. Named Liyemo Pre-School, this beautiful new building serves over 50 children and employs three teachers and one cook.
Help Send Frankie to School
Cape Town, South Africa
Status: Ongoing We're always accepting donations for Frankie's recurring tuition.
Frankie is the first student we've sponsored, and has inspired our team tremendously. It has been a great honor to witness his growth and development in the eight years during which we have been funding his school tuition in Cape Town, South Africa. In the future we plan to expand our Child Sponsorship Program to help more students; in the meantime, you can always donate to support Frankie's education.
Sakisezwe After-School Program
Cape Town, South Africa
Status: Ongoing We're always accepting donations for Sakhisizwe
We are proud to support this special project in Cape Town, South Africa. Sakhisizwe is a program for teens that have “graduated” from the after school program at iKhaya le Temba (“Home of Hope”), a place for vulnerable children affected by poverty and HIV/AIDS. The initiative was started by Mhinti, a dedicated instructor, who realized that the kids leaving iKhaya le Temba could easily become involved in gangs, drugs or worse if they no longer have a place to go after school.