The Human Safety Net has published its third annual Activity Report.
It reports that the foundation has now reached more than 170,000 parents, children and refugees.
The Human Safety Net has been operating for just four years, but in this relatively short timeframe it has greatly expanded its impact and work, together with a network of 61 NGOs in 23 countries, all supporting the most vulnerable in our communities.
In total, The Human Safety Net has now reached more than 173,000 parents with young children living in vulnerable circumstances, as well as refugees in their journey towards employability and entrepreneurship. Having a clear focus has enabled The Human Safety Net to be not just a funder, but also a co-creator and an additional resource for our NGO partners.
The 2021 Activity Report describes the many achievements of the past 12 months. You can also find out more about our ‘Theory of Change’, deep dive into our many programmes around the world, read stories about the people we support and discover what our volunteers say about their experiences.
Discover the key facts and figures, as well as our approach to corporate social innovation and our new home in the Procuratie Vecchie in Venice.