There are 3 billion people living in poverty, 27 million in slavery, approximately 800,000 trafficked every year (mostly for sexual exploitation), and countless other human rights violations in our world.
Millions live in tattered rags because they can’t afford decent clothing to protect them from freezing temperatures or from exposure to extreme heat. Over 300 million children go without shoes, leading to injuries, parasite transmission, exposure, infections…
ThereIsEnough makes food, fresh water, housing, clothing, health care and justice available to those in need by serving as a donation portal to support proven charities who address these basic human needs around the world.
32.8 million people are infected with HIV/AIDS and 2 million of them are dying every year. In addition, more than 2.3 million people die annually from eight vaccine-preventable diseases.
Basic health care can be provided to the over one billion people who lack it, providing basic medications, vaccinations and treatment.
We have strategic partnerships with multiple nonprofits to address health care needs. Our partners work to achieve sustainable advances in health care around the world by implementing health education programs, strengthening systems, and encouraging healthy behaviors. They promote the total health—physical, economic, social, emotional and spiritual—of impoverished people in over 115 countries through provision of essential medicines; promotion of community health development; and prevention and mitigation of disease, disaster and other health threats.
$20 can provide $18,000 in essential medicines to those that need them. $60 can provides 10 insecticide-treated bed nets for families. $75 can give one community health worker the knowledge they need to protect sources of potable water from infestation and to treat members of the community contracting the disease. $100 can train seven community health workers to teach mothers to recognize danger signs of major childhood illnesses and seek care from a trained health provider. $500 can provide loans to six women to start up small businesses, generating revenue to improve family health and income.