Our Projects

GIVE’s Three Pillars of Sustainability

Education. Infrastructure. Wildlife Conservation. 

 

These are the three main project focuses GIVE is implementing to inspire growth in our host communities.  We make every effort possible to ensure that our projects remain economically viable, socially conscious and environmentally sound for the foreseeable future.

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Education

Developing human and social capital in our host communities through teaching English as a second language, basic health and hygiene, sustainable agriculture, physical education and environmental stewardship.

Eco-friendly Infrastructure

Developing physical capital in our host communities by building primary, secondary and technical schools, freshwater systems, agricultural learning centers, homes for displaced families and suspension bridges.

Wildlife Conservation

Protecting natural capital in our host countries by partnering with trusted NGO’s and responsible businesses on sea turtle conservation, captive elephant welfare, reforestation initiatives, and wildlife rescue.

Explore Our Projects

As a GIVE Volunteer you will support the following initiatives through both your physical labor and project funding.

Sustainable Infrastructure

Build schools, homes for displaced families, suspension bridges and other critical infrastructure.

Elephant Conservation

Support responsible elephant tourism and fund conservation of the Asian Elephant.

Sustainable Agriculture

Provide delicious, nutritious food and technical education to primary school students.

Women’s Co-op

Empower local women to collectively reach their goals and generate small business income.

English Lessons

Teach lessons in English as a second language, basic health & hygiene, sustainable agriculture, physical education and environmental stewardship.

Water Projects

Provide remote communities with access to safe, clean water.

Sea Turtle Conservation

Protect and release the critically endangered Hawksbill Sea Turtle.

Recycling Projects

Rally host communities around critical waste management initiatives.

Wildlife Rescue

Support the rescue of Asiatic black bears, gibbons, tigers and other animals from the illegal wildlife trade.

Breakwater Systems

Implement breakwater systems to protect the coastline from rising sea levels.

Reforestation

Replant native species and implement micro dams to slow erosion and increase biodiversity of the surrounding forest.

Prosthetic Donations

Donate prosthetic hands to amputee victims of unexploded bombs (UXO) left over from the Vietnam War.

Eco-Brick Plastic Bottle Projects

Plastic waste has become one of the most serious environmental and human health problems facing us today.  To address this challenge, GIVE has repurposed more than 50,000 plastic bottles and several tons of non-degradable waste to build schools, water tanks, student dormitories and other critical infrastructure in our host communities.

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