This includes income from Child Sponsorship, The Next Step, Basics, Causes of Poverty, LottoAid, and our Country Programme General Fund and any Gift Aid collected from these amounts.
This includes income from legacies (e.g. Will Aid), emergency appeals (e.g. the 2018 Indonesia tsunami), regular appeals, AidMatch appeals, Gifts in Action, general donations, payroll giving, events, JustGiving.com, and any Gift Aid collected from these amounts.
This includes income in the form of grants from governments (e.g. the Department for International Development (DFID), the Dutch foreign ministry and EU agencies including ECHO and EuropeAid).
This is income from the People’s Postcode Lottery, the rental of some of our London office space and the sales of education packs.
This is income from the Disasters Emergency Committee.
This includes income from other NGOs and trusts such as Comic Relief and the Big Lottery Fund, and also from companies. These can take the form of donations or grants.
More than 18,000 new supporters in the UK signed up to give a committed gift
Your incredible commitment helps us run projects around the world that help end violence against women and girls and change lives, for good.
In Kilifi County, Kenya, we’re supporting women who have dropped out of school due to early marriage or pregnancy.
Due to stigma, girls are often reluctant to return to school, but our work helps girls return to formal schooling or learn life skills like dressmaking, so they can become economically independent.
Thank you to all our supporters for making projects like this possible.
Volunteers got stuck in building a classroom block in Rwanda
In 2018, 45 volunteers travelled to northern Rwanda to help build a classroom block and improve access to education for children living in Shingiro.
Not only did they raise money to fund the construction of the building, but they also got physically involved working hand in hand with local builders to lay bricks and dig foundations. The memories made along the way will last a lifetime!
A team of 29 runners took on the London Marathon for ActionAid in 2018
Together, team ActionAid laced up their trainers and raised over £77,000 to help change the lives of women and girls in poverty.
Thank you for your incredible efforts!
Big Lottery Fund
Department for International Development (DFID)
Disaster Emergency Committee (DEC)
Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Guernsey Overseas Aid Commission (GOAC)
Jersey Overseas Aid Commission (JOAC)
Isle of Man
People’s Postcode Lottery, Global Trust