We are committed to responsible, transparent financing
As a UK Registered Charity, Globalteer does not make a profit. All the funding Globalteer receives is applied to activities that work towards achieving our charitable objectives. We use funds to run our own projects, as well as to support our partner projects financially, to ensure their work is sustainable and can continue to be effective. Our accounts are independently audited and posted online by the UK government.
Globalteer initiatives in 2 countries
0ver £5 million
Invested in achieving our charitable objectives
Receiving supplementary education in Peru and Cambodia, every year
Per year, given a safe space to learn play and grow in Peru and Cambodia
70,000 Nutritious Meals
Dished up to our students in Cambodia and Peru, every year
Empowered through sports coaching and PE lessons every year, in Cambodia
10 Peruvian Women
Supported to start their own businesses
20 Cambodian Girls
Per year, empowered through a girl's only sports programme
20 University Graduates
Through our rural scholarship programme in Cambodia
Making a Real Difference
Through our own initiatives, we strive to make a real local impact in the fields of education, community development, women’s empowerment and animal welfare. Globalteer monitors and evaluates our projects to ensure they are making a real difference. We publish annual reports including detailed financials for each of our projects.
Lap started attending Helping Hands when he was already 18 years old. After two years of support, Lap went on to graduate high school in 2011. His dream was to be a nurse, but he couldn't afford to study and support his family, so he applied for Helping Hands scholarship to go to university. Lap graduated in 2018 and has since started to work as a nurse in the army, where he earns five times more than he was able to before! Read more here.
“My life has changed…if I didn't have a scholarship to study, I wouldn’t have a good job as I do today.’’
José started coming to Picaflor House when he was 6 and showed a great aptitude for English from the beginning. He enjoyed learning from the volunteers and practising pronunciation. In his first year at secondary school, he won a regional English competition, beating older students and those from private schools! He is now working hard to make his dream of becoming an engineer come true. José and his parents attribute much of his success to the additional opportunities offered at Picaflor House. Read the full story here.
Taking Child Protection Further
Protecting our children is an important part of our work and one of the motivations for providing safe spaces for kids to spend time after school. We have long had a child protection policy, but wondered if we could do more to protect children outside our care. Our Child Protection Programme responds to this challenge. Our team developed 8 child safety lessons to teach children to keep themselves safe. Our Child Safety Module has been translated into Spanish and Khmer so we can reach more children through our partner projects and local schools. Read more here.
UN Sustainable Development Goals
Globalteer works towards ending poverty and reducing inequality, alongside a number of other UN Sustainable Development Goals, through our own initiatives and partner programmes. The goals our projects address include:
No Poverty | Zero Hunger | Good Health and Well-being | Quality Education | Gender Equality | Clean Water and Sanitation | Reduced Inequality | Life Below Water | Life on Land | Partnerships for the Goals
In Cambodia, with access to state school through provision of uniforms, every year
In Peru & Cambodia receiving long term support
10 Child Safety Lessons
Designed and delivered to help children keep themselves safe
40 Dogs & Cats
Neutered and spayed in rural Peruvian villages, every month
1,200+ Dogs & Cats
In rural Peru offered routine veterinary treatment
11 Rural Villages
With free access to veterinary care and neutering
Volunteers and interns contribute invaluable people power and additional skills to our own initiatives and partner projects. We work closely with our partners to make sure they receive the support they really need.
Volunteering is a two-way process in which volunteers are invited to learn, dig deep and understand, while providing their valuable service to others. We firmly believe that everyone can make an impact, regardless of generation or circumstance. To this end, we have been delivering quality volunteering experiences to individuals and groups of all ages, since 2006.
24 Partner Projects
Supported with volunteers in 9 countries
Over 5,000 Volunteers
Placed at our own initiatives and our partner projects.
Providing operational and project support
100% of Partner Projects
Find Globalteer volunteers helpful
100% of Partner Projects
Agree that Globalteer “takes local feedback seriously”
100% of Partner Projects
Agree that Globalteer “assists in a constructive way”