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Featured Clients

Love Global

Love Global provides missionaries with awareness and fundraising tools that empower them to fulfill their mandate and become effective leaders in their field. Peer Giving allows the site’s missional outliers to connect with the world at large: telling stories, garnering support, and interacting with supporters online. View Site »

Hope for the Nations

Hope for the Nations addresses the needs of exploited and vulnerable children in over 20 countries around the world. The organization’s work includes education, micro-enterprise, and community development. They also focus on eliminating such abuses as child trafficking, and the kidnapping and training of child soldiers. HFTN’s Peer Giving site allows supporters to donate to specific causes, share compelling stories with friends, and promote projects. View Site »

Habitat for Humanity – Greater Vancouver

Through volunteer labour and donations of money and materials, Habitat for Humanity works with partner families to build safe, decent affordable housing. Peer Giving connects Habitat for Humanity’s community of volunteers with ongoing stories from project sites, as well as enable live updates from their home improvement and building supplies ReStore sites. View Site »

Trinity Western University

The TWU Impact site connects the campus community at Trinity Western University with its supporters, faculty, students, and alumni. The site allows supporters to choose specific projects to donate to, and provides a social forum for sharing news, event information, and ongoing stories from community members. View Site »

Dalit Freedom Network

Dalit Freedom Network Canada brings awareness to the plight of the 250 million “untouchable” Dalit people of India, and raises funds to provide critically-needed childhood education, vocational training, and disease prevention resources. Peer Giving connects DFN’s staff with grassroots supporters and provides a forum in which the untold stories of Dalit people can be heard. View Site »