On Thursday, 5 September, we choose to celebrate the International Day of Charity.
The International Day of Charity was established to mobilise people all around the world to help others through volunteer and philanthropic activities.
What does charity mean to you?
As a member of this mailing list, you have identified that you believe in the power of helping others. You have taken a stand to say that empowering others is important and the work we do is meaningful.
At Human and Hope, we believe we are more than a charity. We are in the business of empowering people. We not only raise funds to help lift individuals out of poverty but really we provide learning opportunities to communities that empower them to build better lives for themselves, their families and their communities.
Let’s do something together.
As you know, we are regularly looking for ways to raise the vital funds required to continue our work.
So, from the 2nd– 8th September, in honour of the International Day Of Charity, we are bringing together businesses and consumers with the collective goal of empowering communities to reduce inequalities.
Several amazing businesses are donating a portion of their profits this week to our cause, and we urge you to get behind them.
Are you ready to get involved?
These handmade headbands are made from quality fabric. The 200 five-star reviews speak for themselves!
Alice at Folkie is donating $1 from every headband to Human and Hope.
These stickers are made from original doodles, and are perfect for your planners.
Doodlesdo are donating all their profits to Human and Hope.
Shop fiction, non-fiction and children’s books from Australian authors.
Elephant House Press is donating 10% from every online order to Human and Hope.
Shop for quality fabric and haberdashery store that won’t break the bank.
Hab & Fab is donating 10% from every order to Human and Hope.