• Thirteenth - Together We Can Save a Generation

    We support numerous organizations across the world that are committed to helping vulnerable children. Read their stories >

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    We provide support through funding and capacity building to community based organizations that work directly with vulnerable children. Be a change maker. Learn more >

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    100% of donations go directly to local programs immediately impacting children's lives. Here's how >

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    We believe that no one knows how to help communities like communities themselves Learn more about how we work >

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    Our grants reach the most vulnerable children; supporting local indigenous community programs. Tell us about your program and apply here >

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    Did you know there were no first aid clinics in schools in Iraq? Thanks to our generous donors, we were there first in 19 schools, providing supplies and teacher training in basic first aid. Learn more >

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    Small staff. Large reach. Big Impact. Are you Generation i? Here is how you can easily make a difference >

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    Our vision is a future where all children have the opportunity to thrive and reach their fullest potential. Learn more >

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    At Generation i, we believe in social change from the ground up. Through our network of Iraqi partners, we help to change the lives of vulnerable children in Iraq.

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    At Generation i, we believe in social change from the ground up. Through our network of Iraqi partners, we help to change the lives of vulnerable children in Iraq.

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    The Al Furat community reached out to us to build a kindergarten. The project has been completed and 110 children enrolled. Their story >

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  • Fourteenth - Women for Peace

    We support community based organizations that fight trafficing of women and girls. Learn More >

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An Iraqi Life Saved

A’yan is a  sixteen-year-old Iraqi girl, living in a small neighborhood northeast of Baghdad. Her mother was widowed by the war and has to work to provide for A’yan and her seven-year-old brother. That means no school for A’yan; instead she stays home to care for her young sibling.  She and her neighbor, a seventeen-year-old boy named Taahir, started a secret sexual relationship.  In Canada, this would mean  a trip to Planned Parenthood and a firm grounding. Not in Iraq. Taahir is in jail, charged with rape by A’yan’s mother. ... More

 

We work with organizations that focus on four key areas:

 

health

Health

Ensuring nutrition and basic
healthcare and eradicating
conflict and poverty-related
disease

safety

Safety

Providing protection to children
in vulnerable situations

education

Education

Helping children thrive
and reach their fullest potential

mother-child

Mother & Child

Providing income generating
support to women in the
community so they can better
provide for their children

Latest Video

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  • Women for Peace

    Women For Peace, a local organization in Baghdad, has been running programs for trafficked women and girls since 2006. These ... More

  • Generation i

    At Generation i, we believe in social change from the ground up. Through our network of partners, we help to ... More

  • A Message from our Partners

    A message from our wonderful partners the Al Noor Humanitarian Organization on their thoughts and experiences around working with the ... More

Latest Photos

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  • Women for Peace

    Women For Peace, a local organization in Baghdad, has been running programs ... More

  • Women for Peace

    Women For Peace, a local organization in Baghdad, has been running programs ... More

  • Women for Peace

    Women For Peace, a local organization in Baghdad, has been running programs ... More

CURRENT PROJECTS

Brighter Tomorrow

Brighter Tomorrow is raising awareness about children’s rights through art and theatre. Together we’re working with Women for Peace in Iraq and travelling to schools to educate children and teachers the importance of allowing children to express their. Be a part of this project

Child Legal and Social Protection

Child Legal and Social Protection is a joint project with Human Rights Defenders to prevent abuse through legal and social services. We’re working to ensure rights for children. Be a part of this project

A Joy of a Child

A Joy of a Child is a joint project with Mamoura Humanitarian Establishment to provide safe and inspiring playgrounds for children forced into Internal Displacement camps in Iraq. Be a part of this project

Community organizations and leaders are given the skills, platform and funding to facilitate change broadly. This is social change from the ground up and this is what I support and what I believe in.

- Frank Giustra, Donor & Supporter