A one-time donation, monthly sponsorship or supporting community efforts and the teams that serve them, there’s no shortage of ways to get involved and make a difference. Your contributions are vital to our ongoing work around the world. Your generous support will benefit our programs and operations.
Where We Work
Extreme Poverty Data
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Recent estimates for Global Poverty are that 9.2% of the world, 0r 689 million people, live in extreme poverty on $1.90 or less a day, according to the World Bank. But we see a future in which the percentage is below 3%.
Our goals cannot be achieved on our own. We seek partnership with businesses, government, local organizations, and local leaders, and each party plays a pivotal role in achieving those goals.
Making An Impact Together
Ways to help make a difference
Please donate what you can today to help ensure that we meet our goals. We do not accept personal checks. Please send a Money Order to:
Ubuntu Global Initiatives
PO BOX: 2825
Atlanta, GA 30096
Please include the prefer method of communication to reach you. We will notify you when we receive your donation.
Become an active voice in support of our causes in your company. Educate your co-workers on global issues. Plan and organize events together to help eradicate poverty in the world. Contact us, and let’s discuss ways that you can help and Ubuntu Global Initiatives’ Champion.
Ubuntu has its roots in humanist African philosophy, where the idea of community is one of the building blocks of society. We are all apart of a single global community. Start a fundraiser today in any shape or form, online, on social media, events, banquets. – Let your creativity be a blessing in the life of someone else.
Spread The Word
Take a moment and talk to your friends, families, and colleagues about Ubuntu Global Initiatives. Share any page or our information on your social media pages. We can also provide you with marketing materials and much more. We also welcome any creative ideas that you may have. After all, we are part of the same community.