Humanwire group projects are designed to fill in the gaps. Select from the projects below and have a direct impact on special needs.
Together we made a difference. Let’s take it to the next level! The tote bags and T-shirts are ready for print on demand, the call center is abuzz with PayPal and Stripe, and we’d love to hear from you with your pledge in support of the work we do at Humanwire. Each day this week we’ll be sending an email update on Humanwiremore]
Pictured above, Andrew Hyde and Jeremy Latrasse have finished their ride! Hyde writes: “Hello friends! Jeremy and I are riding bicycles across the USA from April to June, 2017. We’re raising money through Humanwire and hope to fund quite a few families and introduce you to them. The beauty of a bike is often a one onmore]
Every day we take for granted all of the basic things we have: food, shelter, and access to hygienic needs. This initiative revolves around going ‘back to basics’ and giving refugee families in dire situations access to these luxuries that we take for granted each and every day. Help us make this a special moment inmore]
Displaced lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and gender non-conforming people face unique and difficult challenges that often increase their risks of danger. The Humanwire LGBT Sanctuary (Aman) is a refuge and wellness center established to directly address these challenges in Turkey, the world’s largest refugee host country where over 4 Million people remain displaced by themore]
Please support a joint effort between Humanwire and Country For Syria as we collect money to purchase 25TL ($7) grocery cards to distribute to families in Istanbul, Turkey who desperately need food. These grocery cards from the national chain BIM cost just $7, but they allow a family of four to purchase enough food formore]
Last year The Qode launched an initiative with Humanwire & Tatessian London to raise funds for Syrian refugees to supply heaters and fuel to weather the winter months in the northern Bekaa Valley, Lebanon. This year The Qode is expanding to reach more that 190 families to make a small difference in the lives of refugeesmore]