16,000 children die every day before they reach of age of five. You can help reduce infant mortality and improve the well-being of mothers and children.
Too many children have to work to feed themselves and their families. Too many are exploited and abused. You can help get children out of work and into school.
Children are always the first victims of natural disasters and armed conflicts, experiencing separation, displacement, violence and forced conscription. You can help meet their basic needs and create opportunities for their future.
Too many children are undernourished, exploited or forced to flee their homes.
The funds you raise will make a lasting impact on the lives of the world’s most vulnerable children by providing them with basic needs, emotional support and an education.
Thousands of families have been forced to flee their homes due to the fighting in Iraq. Most of them live in makeshift shelters, in extremely precarious conditions. Help them to regain their dignity by supporting our work.
In Kenya, thousands of children live in refugee camps and slums near the capital. Many vulnerable children live alone, some are put to work from the age of three, and all are exposed to street violence. You can help make a difference to their lives.
Following the violence that broke out in South Sudan in late 2013, thousands of people fled their homes. Children are the most vulnerable group affected by these events. You can help make life safer for these children.
Half of all Syrian refugees are children. Millions have only experienced life in exile. You can help them have a childhood again and build them a brighter future.
Choose your campaign event and the programme you wish to support. Then select the date your event takes place and enter your e-mail address to create your personalised page.
Encourage your friends, family and colleagues to donate to your campaign. Share your campaign to ensure you meet your fundraising goals.
Bring your page to life by posting photos and comments. View your campaign’s progress live and share your success with your supporters.
The money you have raised will go directly towards Terre des hommes’ projects for children. These donations are essential. They help us send children back to school, provide healthcare to children and families, and protect children in humanitarian crises. Mark a special event by offering a vulnerable child a brighter future.
MyTdh is a fundraising platform created by Terre des hommes. Any individual, company or organisation can launch a fundraising campaign in honour of a special event and stand up for children.
You can choose whether you prefer to donate the funds you raise with your campaign to a specific child relief project or let us invest your donation for you, based on our professional assessment of vulnerable children’s most urgent needs.Tdh has been certified by the ZEWO Foundation. This means that Tdh guarantees your donations will be used fairly and honestly. Tdh spends 87% of all donations directly on projects – and therefore on children. Tdh minimises its administrative costs as far as possible.
Each and every action you take will help you collect points to reach the next level.
Here is a list presenting the value of the different actions: "Creation of your first campaign: 50 points Creation of any further campaign: 50 points Your first donation for your own campaign: 50 points For each comment you leave on your campaign ticker: 20 points Each time you uploads photos to your gallery: 10 points (per upload) Each time you share your campaign on social networks : 50 points When you share your campaign by email: 5 points per e-mail address When you reach 20% of your objective: 50 points When you reach 50% of your objective: 100 points When you reach 80% of your objective: 150 points When you reach 100% of your objective: 200 points When you are a company multiplying the donation by two: 50 points When one of your donators creates its own campaign: 50 points"
You can contact our donor relations department at any time, by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by telephone (+41 58 611 06 11).