Justin Whitecross is founder and CEO of One Thousand Villages

What could be better than delivering meaningful change and real hope for thousands of children?

Meaningful change and real hope

Everything we do aims to support the most vulnerable children and relieve suffering caused by poverty and violence. It’s difficult and confronting work, but meaningful change is possible when people come together and really care about reaching those in greatest need. And what could be better than that?

We have projects in communities where we operate in Myanmar, Thailand and along the Cambodia-Thai border. We need sponsors to support basic education and health programs – empowering individuals, families, schools and groups to improve literacy and health.

Yes, emergency relief is so important, especially in Myanmar right now. Thousands of children are living in jungles (displaced by violence since the coup) and unable to return to homes and villages. Food, water, shelter and hygiene supplies are desperately needed.

What we do works because we are very committed to the work we do. I am very proud of our team and their commitment to long-term involvement. We have very strong relationships with communities, village leaders, schools, churches and groups. The impact is very real.

We need sponsors to partner with us to help improve education, health and hygiene in schools and communities. All projects are extremely important and quantifiable. Health and hygiene of students and adolescents is a big issue and meeting basic learning needs is critical.

It’s time to find sponsors!!

🖥 Computer labs
🧏🏼‍♀️ Developing teacher capacity to improve quality and relevance of education
🚻 Developing infrastructure including toilets, library rooms and handwashing stations
💗 Delivering HIV/AIDS and family planning education
👩🏻‍🔬 Career planning program
📚 Teaching materials
If you want to do something meaningful and bring real hope to thousands of children in Thailand, Myanmar and across the Mekong countries, please contact me.
Justin Whitecross