2014 Year End Appeal

Do Good with Good Neighbors

Join us to provide REAL help to children in need.

Let’s make positive, lasting impact in the lives of children by providing aid that makes a difference. These life-saving interventions have been proven to address some of the deep roots of poverty such as hunger, malnutrition, disease and lack of education.

Pick and choose one or more projects to support.

Food For Kids

According to the United Nations (UN) being hungry means that you don’t have the strength or energy to do even the simplest tasks. It makes you weak, tired and unable to concentrate. Sustained hunger also leads to malnourishment, stunting and often death. A $1 can provide up to four healthy nutritious meals to children.

Food For Kids

Water For Life

We build wells for communities, giving access to safe and clean drinking water. This means that children and women are no longer exposed to life-threatening waterborne illnesses and no longer have to walk for hours carrying water. More water wells means safe and healthy children.

Water For Life

Healthy Community

Poor health traps children suffering from poverty. A child who contracts disease such as malaria or cholera cannot go to school. If left untreated, the child can become permanently incapacitated or die. Good Neighbors builds clinics that community members can access, providing trainings in disease prevention as well as medication and treatment to
cure diseases.


Education For All

Malala Yousafzai, the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate once said, “let us pick up our books and our pens. They are our most powerful weapons. One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world.” Education is a basic human right. But children cannot go to school for the basic reason of not having school supplies and uniforms. Your support will equip children with supplies so that they can receive the education they deserve.


Good Neighbors is an international humanitarian and development organization committed to child education, community development, and emergency relief projects in 30 countries around the world.