Size of Wales

Size of Wales is a Welsh charity working to protect tropical forests, and raise awareness of their importance through education. Founded in 2010, Size of Wales initially aimed to help protect 2 million hectares of forest, roughly the equivalent of ‘the size of Wales’ (a phrase often used when discussing the impact of climate changeContinue reading “Size of Wales”

Sal’s Shoes

Sal’s Shoes collects pre-worn and outgrown children’s shoes and distributes them across 52 nations. Based in the UK but operating across the globe, Sal’s Shoes collects and redistributes unwanted children’s shoes. Shoes are difficult to recycle and many children living in poverty do not have access to safe, well fitting footwear. Sal’s Shoes collects pre-wornContinue reading “Sal’s Shoes”

Climate Cardinals

Climate Cardinals is a non-profit working to make the climate movement, and information about climate change, accessible to non-English speakers. A youth-led organisation based in the USA, Climate Cardinals works in over 40 countries. A team of 6,000-plus volunteers translate information and resources into over 100 languages, often aimed at people living in nations andContinue reading “Climate Cardinals”

Plan International

Plan International is a global non-governmental organisation that advances the rights of children and equality for girls. Plan International works to advance the rights of children and girls across the world, operating in more than 75 countries. The organisation focuses particularly on education, youth activism, sexual health and rights, early childhood experiences, skills and work,Continue reading “Plan International”

Save the Children

Founded in 1919, Save the Children advocates for the rights of children across the world. Save the Children works in more than 120 countries to advocate for children in need of support. They provide emergency aid in times of conflict and natural disasters as well as working with local and regional organisations to provide vaccinations,Continue reading “Save the Children”