Do you want to learn about highly effective charities and how to evaluate their impact? Are you interested in helping to select One for the World’s Top Pick charities for 2019? If so, we’d love you to apply to join our partner selection committee! Apply before 11:59pm (Eastern time) on Sunday 16 December using the form at bit.ly/oftw2019.
We are delighted to share our Annual Report for the academic year 2017-2018. This blog gives key highlights of the report, which you can read in full here. Read More
One for the World has been run entirely by volunteers since we started in 2014, but have now made our first full time hire, with a generous grant from the Open Philanthropy Project and a private donor, on the recommendation of GiveWell. We have made significant progress in engaging larger numbers of people with effective altruism (EA) in our most successful chapters, and think there is an opportunity for this type of approach to work well in other places. Now that we have more capacity, we are looking for effective altruists and existing local EA groups that might be interested in starting and running their own One for the World chapter in their non-EA communities. We provide an infrastructure of resources and established practices that try to make it easier to get others involved in effective giving through our 1% pledge system. By utilizing our system, we think that you can raise significant funds for effective global poverty charities and help to grow your community. Read More
We want to significantly contribute towards ending global poverty by growing aggressively and raising large sums of money for some of the world's most effective charities. In line with this, we're excited to announce two important steps in the growth of One for the World. On the recommendation of GiveWell, we’ve secured multi-year financial support from the Open Philanthropy Project and a private donor. This has allowed us to make our first full time hire, and we are delighted to introduce Evan McVail in the role of COO. Read More