We show the results of the projects funded by our donors. We use maps, photos, videos, and stories to show the impact each project has on a local community. Accountability and transparency are two of our core values. But more importantly, our projects affect real people, and their stories deserve to be told.

An Evening of Encouragement with the Global Orphan Project

There is so much pain and suffering in world right now, but there is goodness happening all around us and needs to be celebrated. On Saturday May 2 at 7:00 PM CDT the Global Orphan Project is hosting An Evening of Encouragement. It’s an opportunity to hear first-hand stories of their life-changing work from the comfort and safety of your home.

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4 panel image showing Never Settle partners in action during Coronavirus pandemic

How We Are Helping in the Fight to Stop Coronavirus / COVID-19

The Never Settle Foundation is pledging $10,000 to support the Coronavirus relief efforts of five non-profit partners. In addition, we will match the first $1,000 that is fundraised or donated by Team Never Settle.

We fund programs across many sectors all of which are impacted by Coronavirus. Some of our partners focus exclusively on health and public emergencies while others are retrofitting their programs to meet the needs of the communities they serve.

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Team Rubicon volunteers rescue Houston residents from flood waters in a small boat.

Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts in Texas

Hurricane Harvey made landfall over Texas on August 25th 2017. It was quickly labeled a Category 4 hurricane due to high winds (up to 150 mph) and 2-4 feet of rain. Harvey has caused widespread damage and flooding to communities across Texas and Louisiana. Hurricane Harvey affected many communities including Corpus Christi, Houston, Port Mansfield, Brownsville, Port O’Connor, Victoria, Galveston, Matagorda, Rockport, High Island, and Freeport. Houston was one of the hardest hit by the storm. More than 50 inches of rain fell onto Houston over four days, turning one of the largest cities in the USA into a sea of muddy brown water. Even as the rain and wind moves on, the region continues to suffer consequences of the destruction and loss of life.

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Handwashing stations

Today Splash Served 368,084 Children and Growing in 6 Countries

Today, Splash served 368,084 children worldwide with clean drinking water. But it isn’t just today – Splash gives the gift of sustainable clean drinking water, sanitation, and hygiene to kids every single day. With Never … Continue reading Today Splash Served 368,084 Children and Growing in 6 Countries

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World Change 2014 Impact Report

Campaign Overview Everyone wants to the change the world, but most people don’t know where to start. So we decided to dedicate the end of 2014 to empowering ordinary people to be a part of … Continue reading World Change 2014 Impact Report

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Clean Water Matters to Children at Wat Chork Primary School

In 2013, I traveled along with volunteers from Team Never Settle to Siem Reap, Cambodia. The city is a popular tourist destination because of the historic and beautiful temples throughout Angkor Wat. But if you … Continue reading Clean Water Matters to Children at Wat Chork Primary School

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Teenage boy uses water station to fill up canteen in Phnom Penh

Impact Report: Clean Hands Pilot Program Launched in Cambodia

You helped us launch a sanitation and hygiene education program in Cambodia In 2012, Splash came to Never Settle with a unique project that they were loosely calling Cambodia 2.0. Splash has always focused on … Continue reading Impact Report: Clean Hands Pilot Program Launched in Cambodia

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Yellow Thunder drilling rig

Progress Report: Yellow Thunder Drills First Well in Merara Village

Never Settle partnered with charity: water during during their 2011 September Campaign to fund a drilling rig fleet serving Tigray, Ethiopia. Since the rig arrived on the ground, charity: water has tracked it on a map that you can follow live. You can also follow Yellow Thunder on Twitter to get updates straight to your news feed.

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Students lineup near the school in Kabale.

Impact Report: We bought 67 School Uniforms for Students in Uganda

One of my proudest accomplishments is walking across the stage in front of hundreds of peers to accept my college diploma. I graduated with an undergraduate degree from Purdue University in May 2012. Before graduation, … Continue reading Impact Report: We bought 67 School Uniforms for Students in Uganda

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