Children's Global Alliance

Rating: 4.83 stars   24 reviews


2121 N. Frontage Rd. #176 Vail CO 81657 USA


The mission of Children’s Global Alliance is to infuse the next generation with a sense of global responsibility, promote and foster character and integrity among teenagers, and provide relief and education in developing countries.

Target demographics:

American teenagers connect with children living in poverty around the world.

Direct beneficiaries per year:


Geographic areas served:

United states, Cambodia, Tanzania, Nicaragua


Service learning travel opportunities to an orphanage in Cambodia, a school for children with special needs in Nicaragua and a school and orphanage in Tanzania. We provide this experience for students ages 12-16 from the United States. We are based out of Vail, Colorado. We want to help create global-minded future leaders. We focus on promoting character and integrity among teenagers. Our students commit to a seven month long process where they study the language, history, politics, religion and traditions of each country. They commit to fundraising to offset the costs of their trip and must submit a fundraising plan upon applying to be considered. They must also commit to a behavioral contract and volunteer a set number of hours within their own communities.

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Rating: 1 stars  

This sp called Organization is operating not sustainible. Its a savipur trip where the volunteers and owner are on an ego trip. Young kids from the western world save the global south by donations which were brought from back home and teaching. These kids should meet on the same eye level, that would actually help to combate stereotypes and discrimination. This is a form of modern colonialization.

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