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As an international charity and educational partner, WE Charity, formerly known as Free the Children, believes in a world where all young people are free to achieve their fullest potential as agents of change. We work to empower youth to remove barriers that prevent them from being active local and global citizens. Locally, by providing young people with the tools to learn more about important social justice issues and by helping them to develop the skills they need to make a positive impact in a meaningful way. Globally, by helping children and families to break the cycle of poverty through working with communities towards creating sustainable solutions. Founded in 1995 by international child rights activist Craig Kielburger, WE Charity has a proven track record of success. The organization has received the World’s Children’s Prize for the Rights of the Child (also known as the Children’s Nobel Prize), the Human Rights Award from the World Association of Non-Governmental Organizations, and has formed successful partnerships with leading school boards and Oprah's Angel Network.
Clean water isn't a luxury - it's a basic human right.
Agriculture and Food security. Food security is the availability of and access to an adequate amount of healthy, nutritious food that meets populations dietary needs and food preferences.
Alternative Income. Free The Children provides parents, especially mothers, with the resources to generate a sustainable source of income, increase their savings and even start their own businesses.
We recognize the link between helping disadvantaged people meet their basic health care needs and building strong communities.
Education provides the highest return of any social investment.