One of our core values at 5DayDeal® is generosity. To this end, 10% of every bundle sold is donated to our amazing charity partners! Since 2014 we have donated $2,000,000+ to charity. Thank you for your purchase and support. It is making a global impact for good!
Each sale we select specific featured charity partners to donate to and allow customers to vote where the donations will go post checkout. Below are our current Featured Charity Partners and a little information about them and the impact you are making.
Street Child provides sustainable access to quality education to the world's most-marginalized children living in the world's toughest places, based on the passionate belief that education is not only a fundamental human right, but the surest pathway out of poverty.
We believe that education is a fundamental human right and the surest pathway to a life free from poverty, so we work with children who are excluded from the education system, or who live in places where the system does not exist or has collapsed:
One-third of the world's out-of-school children live in disaster and conflict-affected countries. This percentage is rising annually, yet only 2% of humanitarian funds are spent on education in these emergency zones. Education in emergencies is therefore a huge part of what we do.
$1,000 in donations would fully resource a village school for more than a year, providing new desks, chairs, and books, a teacher's salary, and uniforms and pencils for the students.
$10,000 would allow Street Child to launch their award-winning Family Business for Education program in a new location, bringing enterprise and entrepreneurship to caregivers of out-of-school children who are living in poverty, unable to feed or educate their children. This would help launch more than 100 small businesses and increase household income for almost 1,000 family members.
Street Child works to ensure that the world's poorest children can access school, and provides their families with the means to keep them there.
Village Impact partners with vulnerable communities and local governments to build schools in conflict-affected communities in rural Kenya. But this is only the beginning!
They also provide the schools with essentials like desks and chalkboards, textbooks, science labs and school libraries, water and sanitation systems, kitchens, school gardens and teacher accommodations.
They also hire psychosocial counselling staff, who provide one-on-one and group counselling sessions to students at many schools. Students in Village Impact partner schools enjoy world-expanding experiences like field trips, student conferences and summer camps that help young people build the mindset and skills they need to develop their businesses and lift themselves out of poverty.
In addition, they provide access to professional development opportunities for teachers and administrators. All their projects are community-driven and, once completed, each school is community-owned and government-supported.
With its significant lack of infrastructure, isolated internally displaced people communities face an acute need for school buildings. Either there are no schools at all, or existing make-shift buildings are in such a poor state of repair that they are uninhabitable in the rainy season and dangerously close to collapse.
In January 2003, Kenya’s newly-elected Kibaki government made primary education free. While communities welcomed this announcement, the government and local infrastructures are still struggling to catch up.
There are still nearly 4,000 primary and approximately 65,000 secondary school-age children out of school in the areas in which we work.
Village Impact leverages education and business training to create opportunities for children, their families and their communities to realize positive transformation. This is one of the most effective ways to break the cycle of poverty for the long term.
Children International gives children in poverty the tools they need to create brighter futures for themselves and their communities. With the support of donors and sponsors, children and youth gain the skills and confidence they need to create promising futures free from poverty.
These facts are staggering and may seem like insurmountable challenges with no resolution.
While the path out of poverty is not an easy one, when you put these issues into perspective, you can see how all of us working together can do our part to break the cycle of poverty for this generation and the next.
Small changes add up.
Putting poverty in perspective allows us to see how global problems can be solved when we all do our part. Your sponsorship or gift provides children access to educational, health care and dental programs while also funding empowerment and employment initiatives, and building community centers. Together, we can give children the chance to envision a better future and create lasting change for their communities.
A $1,000 donation would allow Children International to support one student for more than 2.5 years or 27 students for one month.
A $10,000 donation would allow Children International to support two student for 12 years of education or 275+ students for one month of education.
We connect people around the world in the fight to end poverty. Working together, we invest in the lives of children and youth, build the healthy environments they need to thrive, and empower them to create lasting change in their own lives and communities.
Action Against Hunger is an independent and determined charity that tackles the causes and effects of hunger – no matter what the circumstances.
The mission of Action Against Hunger is to save lives by eliminating hunger through the prevention, detection and treatment of malnutrition, especially during and after emergency situations of conflict, war and natural disaster.
From crisis to sustainability, we tackle the underlying causes of malnutrition and its effects. By integrating our programs with local and national systems we further ensure that short-term interventions become long-term solutions.
Action Against Hunger works in over 47 countries, in addition to the 5 headquarters in the UK, the US, Canada, France and Spain that lead on the organizations international work.
Whether one dollar, $100, $1000, or $10,000 is raised, 93% of each dollar amount goes directly to our life-saving work around the world.
5.5M | We reached 5.5 million people through our nutrition programs in 2019.
5.6M | We supported 5.6 million people with our water, sanitation and hygiene projects in 2019.
2.9M | We helped 2.9 million people with our health programs in 2019.
At all times, our aim is to save the lives of vulnerable people affected by hunger. Wherever we act, these are the values and principles that guide us: Helping people in need, standing against all forms of discrimination, and aiming for total transparency. - Action Against Hunger
Rise Against Hunger’s mission is to grow a global movement in ending hunger by empowering communities, nourishing lives and responding to emergencies.
Aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal #2 of Zero Hunger, Rise Against Hunger implements sustainable community development projects to their meal packaging program while building resilience, self-sufficiency and empowerment in communities worldwide.
25,272 Meals Packaged This Week
543,410,686 Total Meals Packaged
78 Countries Served
2.8+ million Lives Impacted in 2020
84,993 Volunteers Engaged in 2020
Rise Against Hunger focuses its feeding programs in areas where they have a real impact and expand its hunger-fighting programs beyond meal packaging and distribution.
We have the resources, we know where to go, we strive with the hunger community to end apathy towards hunger and create a movement to end hunger in our lifetime. – Rise Against Hunger
Through a holistic approach to child development, Compassion blends physical, social, economic, and spiritual care. The mission does all of their work through partnerships with thousands of local churches in 25 countries around the world.
Through child sponsorship Compassion International Mission has specific initiatives to help babies and mothers in poverty, develop future leaders, and meet critical needs.
The opportunities to assist with critical needs includes medical assistance, extra food and nutritional supplements, income-generation training, emergency home repairs and disaster relief, access to clean and safe water, education assistance, and other necessities.
Compassion carefully governs spending so that, from 1952 to date, Compassion’s one-to-one sponsorship has touched the lives of more than 4.2 million children. In 2020, supporters enabled them to serve 2.2 million children registered in the program across 8,000 front-line church partners. Of those children, 1.9 million were linked with caring sponsors.
Compassion is on a mission to release children from poverty in Jesus’ name. While Compassion has made tremendous progress in poverty alleviation since 1952, there is still much work to be done. There are still over 570 million children living in poverty – and experts believe that the COVID-19 pandemic may reverse decades of progress in curbing global poverty. Over the past several years, compassion international’s journey has been to move from activity and output monitoring to a more complete picture of the developmental outcomes necessary for children and youth to thrive, as well as understanding the causal attributes of our program’s part in that journey. – Compassion International
Make-A-Wish® aims to grant the wish of children diagnosed with a critical illness in the U.S. and its territories. A wish is granted every 34 minutes to help children believe that anything is possible and gives them the strength to fight harder against their illnesses.
Wishes are far more than gifts, or singular events in time. Wishes impact everyone involved—wish kids, volunteers, donors, sponsors, medical professionals and communities. For wish kids, just the act of making their wish come true can give them the courage to comply with their medical treatments. Parents might finally feel like they can be optimistic. And still others might realize all they have to offer the world through volunteer work or philanthropy.
Wishes can change the odds for children fighting their illness. A wish helps kids look past their limitations, families overcome anxiety and entire communities experience joy. Most importantly, wishes can improve a child’s quality of life. Experience the power of imagination and the strength that comes from it. At Make-A-Wish, life-changing wishes start with you.
500,000 | More than 500,000 wishes granted worldwide since 1980.
43,000 | More than 43,000 volunteers help us grant thousands of wishes each year around the world.
39 | International affiliates grant wishes for children in nearly 50 countries on 5 continents.
A wish experience can be a game-changer for a child with a critical illness. Together, we can create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. – Make-A-Wish
Mercy Ships transcends borders and changes lives.
Globally, 5 billion people lack access to safe surgery. With the support of people like you, Mercy Ships Mission deploys hospital ships to combat this overwhelming statistic. Since over 50% of the world’s population lives near a coast, our ships are the best way to reach them with state-of-the-art medical care.
2M+ LIVES IMPACTED
Through surgical care, medical training, and infrastructure development, we impact millions.
100,000+ SURGICAL PROCEDURES
With your help, Mercy Ships is working to meet the overwhelming need for safe surgery worldwide.
42,000+ PROFESSIONALS TRAINED
By training local professionals in vital medical procedures, we create a lasting legacy of healing.
1,300+ ANNUAL VOLUNTEERS
Our dedicated volunteers are selfless servants who fuel the lifesaving mission of Mercy Ships.
One more thing…
Two Ships. Twice the Transformation.
In 2021, Mercy Ships will launch our newest ship, the Global Mercy, to join our current ship, the Africa Mercy, in our life-changing mission. This will double our ability to provide free surgeries and increase our capacity to train local doctors in the communities we serve.
We follow the 2000-year-old model of Jesus, bringing hope and healing to the world’s forgotten poor.
Orbis International brings people together in the fight against avoidable blindness with a a tailored plan to restore sight and put in place a long-term eye health strategy for each need.
Globally, there are 43 million people living with blindness and 295 million people living with moderate-to-severe visual impairment. Out of these, a huge 77% is completely preventable or treatable.
Orbis educates communities about eye health, and with the help of key partners, distribute vital antibiotics to treat and prevent serious eye conditions. They also provide crucial eye health information via radio broadcasts, film screenings and educational materials.
Eliminating avoidable blindness is one of the most cost effective ways of fighting poverty. For every $1 invested in blindness prevention, more than $4 is returned in economic terms.
But of course, people are not just statistics. At Orbis, we believe everyone deserves the same opportunity to see the sun rise in the morning, regardless of where they are born.
MORE THAN 66,000 Trainings for eye care professionals delivered
74 PROJECTS In 28 countries
MORE THAN 183,000 Eye glasses prescribed
With your support and our amazing volunteers, we can not only give people their sight back today, but we can also help build a lasting legacy of quality eye care – ensuring no one goes needlessly blind tomorrow. - Orbis