One In An ARMY is proud to announce our April 2021 campaign, Rewind With OIAA. April 2021 marks our third anniversary and we're celebrating our birthday with a special campaign. Instead of supporting one organization, we're throwing it back to celebrate all the organizations we've worked with since April 2020. The donation period officially began at 11:00 pm KST on April 2nd, 2021. Everything listed in steps 3-5 under our individual giving instructions is optional, but extremely helpful for us to track donation amounts as we have no other way to see how much ARMY has donated (see our FAQ for a full explanation). Our hashtag for the month is #RewindWithOIAA. The minimum donation amount $1.00 USD.
How To Donate
Step 1) Visit One In An ARMY's donation page for the organization(s) of your choice. Donation links will be posted every two days, starting on April 4, 2021.
Literacy for Incarcerated Teens (scroll to the bottom of the page and click "donate now")
Step 2) Donate $1.00 USD.
Step 3) Take a screenshot of your donation watermark with your twitter @. Please make sure donation amount is VISIBLE but strike out any personal information (see example screenshot below).
Step 4) Submit this form. The form is especially important now. Due to COVID-19 many non-profits are overwhelmed and might not be able to track donations for us like they normally do.
About the Organizations
The Global Foodbanking Network (original campaign May/June 2020): an international nonprofit that works towards a hunger-free future in more than 40 countries by sustaining, uniting and strengthening food banks. They believe that food banks are an integral and viable solution in empowering the world to defeat hunger and change lives.
Clowns Without Borders (original campaign July 2020): offers joy and laughter to relieve the suffering of all persons, especially children, who live in areas of crisis including refugee camps, conflict zones and territories in situations of emergency.
Jiyan Foundation for Human Rights (original campaign August 2020): supports survivors of human rights violations, defends fundamental freedoms and promotes democratic values in Iraq and Syria. They seek a democratic society that protects the dignity of the human being, where adults and children enjoy the rights to life and freedom, and citizens are free from torture and terror.
Barefoot College (original campaign September 2020): have designed new ways to nurture and support a journey to empowerment, one village at a time, one woman at a time. They demystify and decentralize technology and put new tools in the hands of the underserved, with the objective to spread self-sufficiency and sustainability. With a geographic focus on the Least Developed Countries, they train women worldwide as solar engineers, entrepreneurs and educators, who then return to their villages to bring light and learning to their community.
Free The Girls (original campaign October 2020): is devoted to coming alongside sex trafficking survivors with a path to true freedom. It's a journey from horrific trauma to reintegrating into the life they were meant to live within their family and community. Their goal is for true freedom is measured by economic freedom, restored health, social well-being, education, and opportunity for a different, hopeful future.
Literacy for Incarcerated Teens (original campaign November 2020): is the only non-profit organization of its kind working to end illiteracy among New York’s incarcerated young people by inspiring them to read.
Goedgedacht Trust (original campaign December 2020): was established in 1993 to contribute to the transformation of disadvantaged rural communities in the West Coast region of the Western Cape. To meet the challenges faced by rural communities, the Trust developed and implemented a creative and sustainable flagship, Path Onto Prosperity (POP) Program, catering to the needs of children at different stages of their lives, starting with the first 1 000 days until adulthood.
LN4 Hand Project (original campaign December 2020): they want everyone who requires a prosthetic hand to have one, regardless of their socioeconomic status or ability to pay. We manufacture a durable yet rudimentary prosthetic hand with no electric parts, and with the help of our partners, we distribute it across the globe.
Lost-n-Found Youth (original campaign January 2021): is the outgrowth of Saint Lost and Found, an LGBTQ homeless youth fund project of the Atlanta Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence. They envision a world where all youth feel safe and supported to live and love authentically.
Tap Elderly Women's Wisdom for Youth (original campaign February 2021): their mission is to provide accessible mental health services and support in Tanzania communities by implementing psychosocial interventions for promoting mental health and wellness - through advocacy, education and support.
Korean Unwed Mothers Family Association (original campaign March 2021): advocates for the rights of unwed mothers and their children in Korea. It’s goal is to enable Korean women to have sufficient resources and support to keep their babies so that mother and child can thrive in Korean society.