Happy Holidays from Digiseg
Get a $50 voucher from GlobalGiving.org to support a cause of your choice.
Please claim your gift before 28 November
Happy holidays from Digiseg
The holiday season is approaching and we wanted to extend our appreciation for your support by inviting you to donate to a cause of your choice.
We would like to give you a $50 gift giving voucher from Global Giving. The voucher can be used to support any of the many worthy causes available on their platform.
Just confirm your email above and we will receive the voucher by 30 November.
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Home to half of the biodiversity on earth, they store carbon, produce oxygen and play a crucial role in regulating the water cycle and stabilizing weather patterns over huge areas. Global warming demands that we take urgent action to protect and restore the ecosystems on which all our lives depend, starting now.
Stop Violence Against
Women's in India
27,933 cases Approx of violence against women are registered in police station yearly in Rajasthan, The main objective of this project is to bring gender equality within the male dominated society, respect for women, end social malpractices, decrease in dowry system, END child Marriage and women should also have equal rights in society.
Providing health care to 1000s in Bujumbura slum
The Ntaseka Clinic in Kamenge slum of Bujumbura provides health care for survivors of rape and gender based violence, support for 330 HIV+ individuals, trauma healing workshops for raped and abused women, and health care for children and the general population. This includes AIDS testing and support for those who are HIV+. Founded in 2002 with a fulltime staff of seventeen, it services more than 10000 people each year.