In 2018, the ÏDKIDS foundation supported 26 charities and NGOs around the world
Grameen Shikkha is an NGO based in Bangladesh whose mission is to educate children. It is part of the Grameen group founded by Muhammad Yunus who won the Nobel Peace Prize.
Through its local partners Inter Aide assesses what is needed on the ground and supports projects focused on early learning, education and health. The ÏDKIDS foundation has supported Inter Aide projects since 2005.
Radda Clinic is an NGO based in Bangladesh. It provides healthcare services to the poorest members of the population. With its help, the ÏDKIDS foundation set up a free clinic for children in Dhaka's slums.
EAU ET VIE
The charity improves living conditions for slum-dwelling families in developing countries by connecting homes to running water and providing sanitation, waste collection and firefighting training and services.
Stepping Stones China
The charity’s mission is to improve disadvantaged Chinese children’s access to education and healthcare.
This charity runs the MAER ACHOL centre in Dhaka which offers protection, education and skills development for 80 street children.
ENSEMBLE POUR L'EDUCATION
Ensemble pour l'Education is a charity that informs public stakeholders, professionals and parents on issues relating to childhood and parenting.
SPORT DANS LA VILLE
Sport dans la Ville is a charity that helps young people integrate through sport by building sports centres and running sporting activities in some of the most disadvantaged neighbourhoods in Lyon, Paris and Lille.
This social integration charity distributes food and clothing to some of the most impoverished families in Roubaix. It also helps women rebuild their self-confidence through social inclusion.
SOS VILLAGES D'ENFANTS
The charity helps children to grow up in foster families without being separated from their siblings.
LA VOIX DE L'ENFANT
La Voix de l'Enfant represents 80 charities from 101 countries whose aim is to “mind and protect all children in distress, whoever and wherever they are”.
SURFRIDER FOUNDATION EUROPE
Set up in 1990 by a group of local surfers, Surfrider is a not-for-profit organization that works to protect and improve lakes, rivers, oceans, waves and coastlines.
This charity works tirelessly to make hospital stays more pleasant for children, renovating the décor and distributing toys in children's wards.
In France, the charity offers emotional support to children from vulnerable families through local neighbourhood sponsors. Internationally, it helps children access education and medical care.
REPI aims to help children with a parent in prison by fitting out pleasant visiting rooms where children can enjoy quality time and maintain strong ties with their parent.
LA CHARTREUSE DE NEUVILLE
Once a historical monument and now a cultural centre, La Chartreuse de Neuville organizes children’s workshops to help prevent cultural and social division in rural, isolated and vulnerable communities.
This organization acts as an intermediary between companies and charities, distributing basic necessities to vulnerable people with very limited means.
Supported by the Fondation Espérance Banlieues, the school helps disadvantaged children from Roubaix to make their own future by encouraging a love for learning.
ARTS ET DEVELOPPEMENT
The charity supports childhood development by running art and design workshops in vulnerable areas.
LE PÈRE NOËL EST-IL UN ROCKER ?
The charity holds concerts to raise money to buy Christmas presents for underprivileged children in Greater Lille.
Joker develops projects to help children with disabilities reach their full potential. Of particular note is its Centre Bulle d’Air, which supports disabled children who are not able to attend mainstream schooling on a full-time basis.
This NGO specializes in children's development and assisting vulnerable parents. Its activities support disadvantaged children and their families, helping to foster their independence by offering protection and access to education.
LE PALAIS DES BEAUX-ARTS DE LILLE
The Palais des Beaux-Arts seeks to make its collections available to the broader public by opening its doors to vulnerable members of the community and organizing workshops for children with disabilities.
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