“I believe that even those born in the deepest poverty have the potential to become actors in history.”

BRAC’s founder, Sir Fazle Hasan Abed, believed in the power of children—and education—to create change.

Nearly 100 million people were pushed into extreme poverty this year.

In this time of great need, make a gift to support families living in extreme poverty. They need your support help now more than ever.

Harvesting hope to feed her children

Gorpu's story of resilience

A single mother of three young children, Gorpu’s livelihood depended on farming. But with droughts damaging her crops, she struggled to feed her children and send them to school. After joining BRAC’s agriculture program, Gorpu was equipped with new tools and skills to weather climate shocks. Now, earning additional income through farming, Gorpu can send her children to school and build a new home.

This holiday season, fundraise for change.

Icon of a clipboard with a heart on it
Get started

Create and personalize your page with a photo, your goal, and details that will get everyone excited about supporting you and BRAC.

Icon of hands coming together
Activate your community

Once your page is live, share it everywhere! Spread the word and encourage everyone to get involved. Your page can be shared with your network on social media and via email.

Icon of a megaphone
See your impact

Sign up for BRAC’s newsletter and follow us on social media at @BRACWorld to learn about the impact of your support for our work to alleviate poverty.

Icon of a thumbs up
Thank your donors

Thank your community for standing with people living in poverty by sharing inspiring stories of hope and resilience from the BRAC blog.

Our work in action

One man’s vision sparked hope for millions.

All of us at BRAC are committed to Sir Fazle’s vision of a more equitable world. Together, we can spark hope to equip the most vulnerable people with the tools to overcome poverty.

Make a gift to support vulnerable families.

Your gift can empower families with the services, tools, and opportunities they need to break the cycle of poverty and reach their full potential.