Does Your Company Match?

If you are looking for ways to make the time and money you give to ODW go further, and you work for a company that matches donations or volunteer hours, then here is a great way to increase your impact!

Large companies often match your donations to charitable causes $1 for $1 and volunteer time hour to hour. Getting your time or donation matched is easy, just talk to Read more »

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The Untold Story of Exploited and Trafficked Boys

We are excited to launch a second partnership with Love146 to support a holistic aftercare center for boys who have been trafficked and exploited in the metropolitan center of Manila, Philippines. Named the White Home, this center will provide 15 boys with shelter, food, psychosocial care, education, and medical care. Through this matching grant campaign, we hope to raise half of $80,375 needed for this project.  Read more »

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Get Our Founder's Book: "Overrated"

We’re thrilled to share that ODW’s founder, Eugene Cho, has released his first book entitled, Overrated: Are We More in Love with the Idea of Changing the World than Actually Changing the World? 

We’re excited because among numerous stories and 'confessions', this book shares the story of the vision and birth of One Day’s Wages. Read Eugene's purpose and hope for the book: Read more »

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Get your ODW 5th Anniversary T-Shirts THIS WEEK ONLY!

One Day's Wages has partnered-up with 1201 Industries and Seattle artist Ryan "Henry" Ward, to produce a limited edition Men’s and Women’s ODW Fifth Anniversary Tee. The shirt is available this week ONLY, donates $5 per shirt to ODW, and can be found here. The $5 from each shirt purchased goes directly to support ODW operations, allowing us to give 100% of donations directly to our various projects throughout the year. Read more »

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Make an Impact on Extreme Poverty: Sponsor Our Gala

Sponsor our Gala, and you will help empower girls like Mildred...

Mildred is a beautiful 10 year old girl in grade 5 at Hope Community School in Zambia. Her parents died of AIDS when she was young, leaving her and her younger sister to be taken care of by their great grandmother, who also struggles from illness. Mildred can be seen below, standing in the room where her and her family sleeps.  Read more »

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