Five charities you should consider on Giving Tuesday

Today is Giving Tuesday, so we wanted to highlight some nonprofit organizations in the WeWork family that are well worth your time or money.

Prevent Human Trafficking

Focusing on the widespread problem of child exploitation in Southeast Asia, Prevent Human Tracking has spent years attacking the root causes, from poverty to war to globalization. Since 1999, the organization has worked to “empower individuals and organizations striving to bring an end to this inhumanity.”

Legacy International

Striving to increase citizen participation around the world, Legacy International “equips emerging leaders to transform their values and vision into sustainable success.” It has programs focusing on everything from empowering girls with an interest in the tech sector to connecting young people from diverse cultures.

Evidence Action

Evidence Action is all about the data: the worldwide organization works hard to make sure that the initiatives they fund are backed by rigorous research. One of its most impressive programs is Dispensers for Safe Water, which expands access to clean water to more than 4.7 million people in rural Eastern and Southern Africa.

Moishe House

Founded a decade ago by four twentysomethings in Oakland, California, this organization focuses on creating a vibrant community for young adults in the Jewish community. With 93 locations in 22 countries, Moishe House hosts thousands of programs every year.


OneTable makes sure that no matter where they are, young people can share a Shabbat dinner with their peers. The organization allows people in their 20s and 30s to connect by attending a local dinner or creating one of their own.

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