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WillisPalmer is supporting Buy1Give1 (B1G1), helping to give to projects across the globe.

By working with us you are helping to support the following giving projects:

Every time you commission a social work assessment from WillisPalmer, we provide 24 days of shelter to underprivileged people in India. Habitat for Humanity India works closely children and their families to support those who lost their homes in natural disasters. The housing projects are created using micro-financing where the supported families will return the money over time. The money returned will again be used to build another house for another family. Contributions to this organisation are leveraged to support many families in providing proper accommodation to protect them from harsh weather conditions and external danger.

The Project is managed by : Habitat for Humanity India

When you instruct WillisPalmer to undertake a psychological assessment, we provide 120 days of access to reading materials to Cambodian school girls. Free to Shine is committed to providing Khmer (Cambodian language) books. Some of the books also have English translations so that girls learning English can further develop their skills. The girls are extremely eager readers so there is a constant need for additional books. They love to share their developing language skills with their younger siblings as well as their parents and grandparents who often never learnt to read.

The Project is managed by : Free To Shine

When you book a place on one of our training courses, we provide 100 days of access to life-saving, clean water to children in Tanzania. MSABI provies local employment through the creation of ceramic 'Tembo' pot filters, fitting of water filtration whilst allowing for children and their families access to safe drinking water. The ceramic water filters are long-lasting with an expected lifespan of 2 years and have been tested in the laboratory to remove more than 99.8% of bacteria. Protect the health of a child by eliminating the incidence of waterborne diseases.

The Project is managed by : MSABI

What is B1G1?

B1G1 is a Social Enterprise and non-profit organisation with a mission to create a world that’s full of giving.

Unlike conventional giving models, B1G1 helps small and medium sized businesses achieve more social impact by embedding giving activities in their everyday business operations to create unique Giving Stories.

Every business transaction can impact lives across the world.

Ensuring all the money is given to the project

When donations are made to B1G1, 100% of the donation is given to the chosen project. To find out more information please visit the B1G1 site by clicking the logo below

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