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GO Campaign


GO Campaign works with small but powerful grassroots organizations to increase access and opportunity for orphans and other vulnerable children across the globe.

Generating Grassroots Change

Founded in 2006, the GO Campaign is an international organization founded on the basic belief that “every child deserves the right to opportunity.” Although the organization was initially founded to serve children outside the United States, in 2012, the GO Campaign expanded to serve orphans and vulnerable children living in underserviced areas in the U.S. By partnering with “Local Heroes” across the world, GO Campaign strives for a more equitable, accessible, and fair place for orphans and other vulnerable children. They do this by supporting small but powerful grassroots organizations—Local Heroes focused on four key areas: Education and Vocation Training, Health and Safety, Care for Orphans, and Enrichment. By providing critical resources and opportunities to youth across the globe, the GO Campaign strives to have a tangible positive impact by empowering larger communities and regions, one organization at a time.

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In Moshi, Tanzania, GO Campaign's Local Hero Brenda Shuma is improving the lives of children with intellectual disabilities, who are often shunned and ostracized from their communities. through support from GO, the Gabriella Center provides intensive therapy, assessment, special education classes, and vocational training so that children with disabilities in East Africa can reach their full potential. Since 2009, the Gabriella Centre has helped 2,584 children and counting. Photo courtesy of GO Campaign.

Local Hero Favio Chavez is teaching music to youth in Cateura, Paraguay, using instruments made out of recycled materials. When GO Campaign met Favio, the organization learned that there was a waiting list of children wanting to enroll in the program but no resources to expand the music school. GO Campaign's support enabled the Recycled Orchestra to hire new music teachers and build instruments expanding the program's reach from 30 to 250 children. Photo courtesy of GO Campaign.

GO Campaign supported the construction of four children's reading rooms for the Women's Awareness Center in Nepal (WACN). WACN was created in 1990 to empower poor women, especially those in rural areas, through the creation of economic opportunities through cooperatives. Photo courtesy of GO Campaign.

In Moshi, Tanzania, GO Campaign's Local Hero Brenda Shuma is improving the lives of children with intellectual disabilities, who are often shunned and ostracized from their communities. through support from GO, the Gabriella Center provides intensive therapy, assessment, special education classes, and vocational training so that children with disabilities in East Africa can reach their full potential. Since 2009, the Gabriella Centre has helped 2,584 children and counting. Photo courtesy of GO Campaign.

Local Hero Favio Chavez is teaching music to youth in Cateura, Paraguay, using instruments made out of recycled materials. When GO Campaign met Favio, the organization learned that there was a waiting list of children wanting to enroll in the program but no resources to expand the music school. GO Campaign's support enabled the Recycled Orchestra to hire new music teachers and build instruments expanding the program's reach from 30 to 250 children. Photo courtesy of GO Campaign.

GO Campaign supported the construction of four children's reading rooms for the Women's Awareness Center in Nepal (WACN). WACN was created in 1990 to empower poor women, especially those in rural areas, through the creation of economic opportunities through cooperatives. Photo courtesy of GO Campaign.


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