The Generations Foundation was established to provide funding to charitable projects supporting children in need across the globe.
These needs are wide ranging and include shelter, education, health care,
family assistance, food programs and community building initiatives.
Focusing on an Area Development Project in the Luc Yen District in Vietnam, The Generations Foundation has teamed up with World Vision to help support 87 children, by improving their well-being in the area through completing the following projects:
- Livelihoods Development Project; increasing incomes of poor households with children under 18
- Education Project; improving the quality of education for children under 18
- Child Heathcare Project; improving the health status of the children
SCHOOL FOR LIFE
School for Life Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation working in rural Uganda. They empower communities to help themselves and create their own opportunities.
To do that, they build schools to provide communities with a quality education, including primary and secondary schooling, vocational training and other services – such as employment and healthcare solutions.
The Generations Foundation is supporting a whole grade of 40 students, providing them with everything they need to learn, clean water and nutritious meals.
SO THEY CAN
So They Can is a not for profit organisation that believes education and targeted support can improve the economy of poor communities so they can become self-sufficient, realise their potential and break the poverty cycle.
The Generations Foundation is ensuring quality education by supporting a class of 40 children at Aberdare Ranges Primary School in Nakuru, Kenya.
HOME OF THE OPEN HEART
Home of the Open Heart assists and enables destitute HIV affected adults, children and babies by providing education, orphan care, respite and hospice care, both in their home and their community.
The Generations Foundation is supporting operational costs of their hospice.
The Generations Foundation
Suite 3, Level 36, 60 Margaret Street
Sydney, NSW, 2000