All Organizations

To date, Gratitude Network has worked with over 200 Fellows impacting children and youth in 70 countries. While focused on the broad categories of Education, Health & Well-being, and Children’s Rights, our Fellows are impacting children in Education Access, Teacher Support, Online Education, Poverty Alleviation, Girls’ Empowerment, Child Safety, and so many more critical areas.

  • Children’s Rights
  • Middle East

Equipping Communities to Support and Include Children on the Autism Spectrum

A Global Voice for Autism equips refugee and conflict-affected communities to support and include children the autism spectrum and children with developmental disabilities in their classrooms, homes, and communities.


  • Founder
  • Melissa Diamond
  • Children’s Rights
  • Africa-Cameroon

Fighting Human Trafficking and Empowering Communities in Northwest Cameroon

GLOWA combats human trafficking and the damage it creates in communities throughout the Northwest Region of Cameroon through raising awareness, rehabilitation, and advocacy. Our work aims to nurture a culture of respect for human rights, particularly those of children and women, and fight against the systematic abuses faced by the most vulnerable.


  • Founder
  • Jamils Richard Achunji Anguaseh
  • Children’s Rights
  • Global

Youth Leading the Way.

Migration Youth and Children Platform’s mission is to build a community of diverse young leaders with the skills and opportunities to co-create solutions and influence migration policy at local, national, and international levels.


  • Co-Director
  • Alicja Lelwic-Ojeda
  • Children’s Rights
  • India

Empowering Girls Living in Situation of Vulnerability.

Protsahan India Foundation is a center of excellence in innovation & collaboration to eradicate Child Abuse so that all girls living in situations of vulnerability grow up empowered with access to education and healthcare in safe spaces, with greater freedom from all forms of abuse and violence, and those who experienced abuse or violence benefit from greater access to healing, rehabilitation, reintegration, care, support, employability enhancement skills, gender justice and other services needed to ensure physical, mental and social well-being.


  • Founder & CEO
  • Sonal Kapoor
  • Children’s Rights
  • Africa-Zimbabwe

Let’s Empower the Girl Child.

Shamwari Yemwanasikana’s mission is to empower girls and young women to be active agents of their own development through igniting the power within to reach their full potential.


  • Director
  • Ekenia Chifamba
  • Children’s Rights
  • Africa-Botswana

Finding the Leader Within.

Stepping Stones International’s mission unlock the potential of vulnerable children and youth ages 12-25 through holistic development, strengthening families and activating sustainable opportunities to become self-sufficient.


  • Executive Director
  • Lisa Jamu
  • Children’s Rights
  • Southeast Asia

Protecting Vulnerable Children from Exploitation.

The Freedom Story prevents child trafficking and exploitation through culturally relevant programs for vulnerable children and share their stories to empower creative, compassionate people to act.


  • CEO
  • Lucy McCray
  • Children’s Rights
  • Africa-Kenya

Preventing Violence Against Women and Children

Ujamaa is a comprehensive rape prevention organization for girls and boys. We use Empowerment Transformation Training and No Means No Worldwide’s “IMpower” system of violence prevention training.


  • Leader
  • Martin Ndirangu
  • Children’s Rights
  • Southeast Asia

Protecting Foster Children in Thailand

We work with families and communities to ensure that foster children are provided a safe living environment and have access to education in Thailand.


  • Founder
  • Heather Askew
  • Children’s Rights
  • Southeast Asia

Protecting vulnerable children from exploitation through education, human rights and alleviating poverty

The Freedom Story prevents child trafficking and exploitation through scholarships, Mentorship & resources for at-risk children.


  • Rachel Goble