A big THANK YOU to everyone who came out to our 5th Annual Gala on October 11th! We had a wonderful evening with each of you and we were blown away by your generosity. Your support allows us to continue making an impact in the fight to end extreme global poverty. If you weren't able to make it out to the gala, be sure to check out our video below and consider helping us hit our October goal by giving here.Read more »
We are coming alongside Djantoli to provide families living on the outskirts of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, with qualitative health services for their young children. Our 73rd project combines home check-ups, health education for mothers, micro-insurance, and mobile technology to connect community health workers to local health centers. Through our partnership with Djantoli, 500 children will be enrolled in this program Read more »
We're joining efforts with The Exodus Road to care for trafficking victims in Thailand. This partnership, which is our 72nd, aims to free 15 victims from the exploitation within the trafficking industry and provide them with intentional aftercare. These individuals will receive basic necessities (food, shelter, transportation), as well as educational, legal, and medical assistance. Through this campaign, we are hoping to raise half of the $23,650 Read more »
We excited about our 71st project where we are partnering with Power of Love Foundation to support a pediatric care program for HIV+ children living in Lusaka, Zambia. This program will provide 200 children residing in the Matero compound with food, medicines, weekly health check-ups, psycho-social counseling, medication training and monitoring, and education on prevention of HIV. We hope to raise $13,044 through this matching grant campaign Read more »
Well folks, it's October, which means that 5 years ago this month, our Founder Eugene Cho, made a commitment with his family to donate his entire year's salary to the cause of extreme global poverty...and in doing so, started One Day's Wages.
5 years later, we still consider ourselves a small, grassroots operation (2 full-time staff, 10 volunteers/interns). Read more »