Bangladesh is one of the poorest countries in the world. Dian, founder of GiveLight Foundation, traveled to the region in 2008.
We completed our home in Cambodia and opened our doors to 50 children at the end of 2013.
As many of you may know, our long-term goal is to help uplift the lives of 10,000 children globally over the next few years.
Banda Aceh in Indonesia suffered catastrophic damage as a result of the tsunami that struck on the 26th of December in 2004.
Our team of twelve, including our founder, Dian Alyan, traveled to Baja, Mexico to hand-deliver books to children at an orphanage.
We are so excited to share with our GiveLight family that our latest endeavor in Africa is complete!
GiveLight is now in the Himalayas! We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Ama Foundation (AF).
We began our work in Pakistan right after the 2005 earthquake.
Sri Lanka was also affected by the 2004 tsunami. As we started our projects in Indonesia, Pakistan and Bangladesh, we were approached by a family from Sri Lanka who shared our passion for serving orphans.
Happiness from Amman, Jordan! We are excited to announce the start of our work to support Syrian orphans through a partnership with a credible and trustworthy local NGO, Al Gharaa Foundation.
After seeing such atrocities committed to millions of innocent Syrian people and children, we made a decision to do something that will have a long-term impact.
The Bay Area is one of the most affluent areas of our nation. One would think that there is no poverty, nor orphans, here. Unfortunately…