The Global Support Initiative is all about you donating to the charity closest to your heart  We don't just ask for your money, we actually want you to get involved and direct your donation to a specific region or country and the sort of charity you wish to support.

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The Charity Voucher is our main instrument. Buying one or more vouchers enables you to direct your help to benefit the exact project which is closest to your heart.

People to people

Our "people to people" strategy involves offering food, water, medical assistance and shelter to people all over the world. We support both long term and temporary projects.

You may also choose to support different kinds of research like the fight against cancer.

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Animal program

Around the globe a number of different species are threatened and need support in order to survive. Our initiative allows you to support these projects and help the animals.

Apart from this you may want to support projects fighting for animal rights all over the world.

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Environment

We all want clean water and fresh air every day. We support projects trying to secure our environment in many different ways when it comes to industrial polution and household initiatives.

A lot of work is also done on aspects like traffic regulations, city gardens etc.

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Hurricane Harvey

Homeowners along the Gulf Coast are facing a lot of difficulties. Insurance experts say only a small fraction of homeowners in Harvey’s path of destruction have flood insurance. That means families with flooded basements, soaked furniture and water-damaged walls will have to dig deep into their pockets or take on more debt to fix up their homes. Some may be forced to sell, if they can, and leave their communities.

Harvey made landfall in Texas late Friday as a Category 4 hurricane and has lingered off the coast, dropping heavy rain as a tropical storm. Hunter expects flood damage alone from the storm to cost at least $35 billion, about what Katrina cost. But in that 2005 hurricane about half of flooded homes were covered by flood insurance.

Harvey has dumped more than 30 inches of rain in some places, and rivers are swelling and expected to crest at record levels. The Cypress River, which runs through downtown Houston, is expected to rise four feet higher than the record 94.3 feet set in 1949, according to Air Worldwide, a risk modeling firm.

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Support our work

The Charity Voucher is our main instrument. Buying one or more vouchers enables you to direct your help to benefit the exact project which is closest to your heart.