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There are many individuals and organizations that are doing amazing work towards ending extreme global poverty. An important part of the One Day's Wages movement is awareness, and teaching this to individuals at a young age will enable collective action towards common goals that could tangibly change lives. Our hope is to share these stories and partner with some of these organizations in developing regions of the world.
One Day’s Wages is actively seeking schools to partner with us in our quest to fund Extreme Global Poverty alleviation projects all over the world.
Why Partner with One Day's Wages?
- 100% of the Donations (minus credit card fees) we receive go directly to the Causes we partner with.
- With Donations of everyday people, like you, we have been able to raise over 1 million dollars since our start in 2009.
- If your school chooses to partner with us they can decide, which one of our partner organizations the money raised will go towards.
How Can You Partner with One Day's Wages?
There are a lot of ways that your school can help us create positive sustainable development in impoverished areas around the globe. Here are some ideas:
Inspire Generosity & Spread the Movement: Inspire your school to make a long-term commitment to generousity with ODW through school campaigns, hosting events, developing ideas, and generating 'for a cause' campaigns. The money you raise will go to the projects that you choose, and we will include information on each project.
Start a School Campaign: Another way to donate is to select an ODW cause for the school year, and help us raise money to complete that cause.
Host An Event: One way that your school can contribute to One Day’s Wages is by hosting an event with proceeds going towards an ODW cause. Ideas include walk-a-thons, coin drives, Ice Cream socials, Fairs, Barbeques, and even school dances!
Contact us to learn how your school can partner with us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our School Partners:
Cascadia Montessori School partnered with ODW's Education Fund by running a 5k
Charterhouse Charities Committee partnered with ODW's project with Love146 in the Philippines.
Johns Hopkins University chose to raise funds and awareness for ODW's partner projects with Building Tomorrow.
Lakeland High School chose to partner with ODW's partner project with a child's right for their 2010 "Prairie Pig" spirit competition fundraiser.
Lynden Christian Middle School students and faculty are seeking to raise $1,500 to support One Day's Wages Education Fund through a coin drive.
Morrison Academy Kaohsiung (MAK) raised $21,350 in 2010 towards ODW's Water project with 'a child's right' and in 2011, they raised another $11,814 for ODW's project with Eden Reforestation- Madagascar.
NNKIEH raised $6K+ to support ODW's Water Fund by hosting a school fair.
Palos Verdes High School leaders hosted a benefit show featuring musicians and artists from their school for ODW's Haiti Relief and Rebuild Fund.
Whittier Elementary School donated $44.38 in coins from Ms. Mayo's 1st grade students to One Day's Wages.