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Give to the World’s partners provide the material items necessary to ease the suffering of people affected by conflict overseas, playing an important role in producing and facilitating the distribution of key life-saving and health-saving medicines and equipment to these vulnerable populations. These donations in kind allow Give to the World to operate with minimal overhead costs. Donations are thus maximized by underwriting shipping and supply costs.
Nonprofit organizations such as Goodwill, TWIG and other thrift stores, as well as schools such as Annandale High School in Annandale, MD and the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, have provided goods to include in GTTW shipments and supported sorting and organization of supplies to be shipped abroad.
Globus Relief, MercyCorps, CitiHope International, and Project C.U.R.E. are also some of our partner organizations, who offer great support to our efforts abroad by providing medicine, equipment, transportation and distribution services that ensure that desperate populations receive the help they need.
How to become a partner
For nonprofits and charities operating in desperate areas of the world, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Give to the World is dedicated to supporting local organizations who have identified populations in need and who have the capacity to fully partner with us. If you are a religious organization, corporation, individual or NGO interested in supporting the collection or purchase of medical supplies for GTTW, please contact email@example.com.
Volunteering for Give to the World is a generous way to help those directly affected by conflict. Since GTTW is a volunteer-based organization, we rely on our volunteers to not only contribute their time to attend drive and packing events, but also to coordinate fundraisers and share their skills and talents in order to maintain regular operations.