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Every child deserves an education. The impact even small donations can have is significant – we pride ourselves on delivering value for money and ensuring the biggest possible impact from every donation so that we can transform lives through education.
Children miss 272 million days of school every year due to sanitation-related illnesses. Help us change this.
Help children like Neelima realise their dreams this Christmas.
Make their dreams a reality.
Send a child to school. Make their dreams a reality.
The Covid-19 pandemic will hit those living in the poorest regions the hardest.
24 million children may never go back to school after lockdown. We need your help to get them back to school, and back to childhood.
Schools in Myanmar have been closed for an entire year, but we are continuing to support 4,000 children through our innovative distance education programmes.
It is every girl’s basic human right to have access to a quality education and the chance to shape her own future. Women’s education is a vital and important tool which, over time, can uplift economies, improve health and even save lives.
Thank you for doing the 180 Challenge and helping us turn a child's life around through education! Every penny given by UK donors before 29th July 2021 will be doubled by the UK government, so that together we can turn the education crisis around.
Become an education champion by giving a regular donation! Donating monthly, quarterly or even annually helps us plan for the future and provide the best quality education to children from marginalised communities for years to come.
To help give children a better chance of a happier independent life.
To raise funds for UWS Back to Childhood appeal and ensure that every child gets back into education
As a Primary School Teacher, the beliefs of United World Schools are some which I hold very close to my heart. I believe that every child has a right to an education, regardless of gender or any other influencing factor, and I want to support that mission in any way that I can.
300 Photo Mufti Fun - wear Mufti or house colours to school on Friday 17th September
In honour of Maria Polman, we invite you to join the movement for the multiplier effect that Maria had on many little lives.
Our mission this Christmas is to raise money to help children living in poverty overseas go to school. Big Orange Media is a marketing agency, and one of our specialisms is marketing for schools. We chose the United World Schools charity because they are doing great work in education!
I'm a schools worker. My heart is that every child around the world has access to education and can do so without having to walk long distances in dangerous terrain.
CATS College Cambridge is an international school in the UK and we want to continue to support the Kham Pouk school in Cambodia as we have done for the last few years - sharing the gift of education .
The Covid-19 Pandemic will hit those living in the poorest regions the hardest.
Being a teacher, I fully agree that education can transform lives. However, for those living in areas of deprivation, these educational opportunities are few and far between. Having visited Cambodia last year, I have witnessed first hand the effects of the Pol Pot regime and the poverty and hardship that has come about because of this. I want to support United World Schools in making a difference to the lives of young people living in Cambodia, Myanmar and Nepal because everyone has the right to
Help me raise money for United World Schools to keep vulnerable children at school so they can have brighter futures with more opportunities.