On the World Humanitarian Day of 2022, TGB Charity launches When the Smile Glitters, a charitable fundraising campaign for charities/NGOs that care about children and children rights.
We have been working with several charities and NGOs, trying our best to bring positive energies to the world. We produced original tracks for charities, planted a million trees on the planet, improved living qualities for kids, and also dedicated to wildlife conservation.
In the beginning of 2022 we held a campaign, The Future You’d Love, through which people spoke out the future they wanted, and TGB Charity collected all these thoughts and ideas. Varieties of issues were brought out, including animal rights, environment issues, climate crisis, and what the public cared about most was human rights.
Humanitarianism is one of the big issues that TGB Charity has been working on. And based on it, there’s one thing we will never compromise - children rights.
Every child in the world has one thing in common: their rights.
TGB Charity has been making an effort on children rights, not only basic living qualities but also proper education. We focus on what a child need to live a better life.
Lives of vulnerable populations have getting worse since the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic. This time, we would like to draw people’s attention to the vulnerable children who need our help.
When the Smile Glitters
On the World Humanitarian Day of 2022, TGB Charity introduces the general public to nine charities/NGOs, including Blessed Echoes Children Alliance (Uganda), Central Park Angels (USA), ChildAid to Eastern Europe (UK), Children Change Colombia (UK), De Pull-Up Foundation (Ghana), Fobeworld Org (DRC), God's Hand For The Needy (Uganda), Newborns in Need (USA), and The Delia Foundation(USA). From different countries and areas, they focus on children rescue and their rights, holding a variety of fundraising events and activities.
Are you ready to give a hand to the children in need? Help them out →HERE
“Children are the living messages we send to a time we will not see.” — John F. Kennedy