Human Welfare | Help from Home

Help from Home

home based microvolunteer actions that benefit so many worthy causes

Completed actions: 6330

CHANGE THE WORLD IN JUST YOUR PYJAMAS!

Human Welfare

Human welfare is the provison by others of aid in the form of money or necessities for those in need and can bring about happiness, well being or good health, amongst many other benefits. The organisations below are all trying to expedite this, for those who are needy.

Days for Girls – Crafting Femine Hygiene Kits

Find out more about   Days for Girls – Crafting Femine Hygiene Kits

Metropolitan Homelessness Project – Web Searching

Find out more about   Metropolitan Homelessness Project – Web Searching

7 Cups of Tea – Online Counselling

Find out more about   7 Cups of Tea – Online Counselling

Macmillan Team Up – Practical Support

Find out more about   Macmillan Team Up – Practical Support

Be My Eyes – Lend Your Eyes to the Blind

Find out more about   Be My Eyes – Lend Your Eyes to the Blind

Toilet Finder – Add a Public Toilet Location

Find out more about   Toilet Finder – Add a Public Toilet Location

ShareaCard – Cheering Up Sick People

Find out more about   ShareaCard – Cheering Up Sick People

MenEngage – Supporting Gender Equality

Find out more about   MenEngage – Supporting Gender Equality

Hat Box Foundation – Knitting Caps for Cancer Patients

Find out more about   Hat Box Foundation – Knitting Caps for Cancer Patients

Knots of Love – Knitting Caps

Find out more about   Knots of Love – Knitting Caps

Kiva Translation Program – Translating Loan Profiles

Find out more about   Kiva Translation Program – Translating Loan Profiles

Touching Little Lives – Handcrafted Baby Clothing

Find out more about   Touching Little Lives – Handcrafted Baby Clothing

VocaliD – Donate Your Voice

Find out more about   VocaliD – Donate Your Voice

Burada Engellendim – Snapping Disabled Access Issues

Find out more about   Burada Engellendim – Snapping Disabled Access Issues

One Warm Coat – Donating Coats

Find out more about   One Warm Coat – Donating Coats