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Our Impact

Protecting our future. One child at a time.

Thank you for being a part of our mission. Because of your support, we can continue our work to keep more Mongolian children safe, healthy, and educated.

Despite the progress that has been made in the past few years, cases of child abuse, neglect, and exploitation against Mongolian children remains extremely high, especially in families experience poverty. The lack of a clear legal framework, lack of awareness, and inadequate resources to respond to child abuse that have exacerbated the problem further.

That’s why we have been doing whatever it takes to ensure more Mongolian children can grow up healthy and thrive. Our Magic Mongolia 1 and Magic Mongolia 2 are open 7 days a week in run-down areas with high rates of domestic violence, unemployment, alcoholism, and crimes.

Because of the incredible support from donors all around the world, our staff members and trained volunteers are able to continue our work and help more Mongolian children in need. Below are some highlights of our impact.

Our buses travel 125 miles everyday to pick up students for educational purposes

On average, 45 children consistently visit our library a day.

The longest a child stayed at one of our Child Protection and Development Centers

On average, every child receives 168 hours of class time per month.

of our library readers are students from nearby schools, while the rest are parents.

The highest amount of people applied for a library card during a month is 122.

$30 = 15 kids’ meals for 10 days

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DIRECT GIVING

Together, let’s create a better tomorrow.

1. You make a donation

The simplest way to support our work is to make a financial contribution. Your donation is fully tax-deductible.

2. We deliver your gift

100% of your donation goes straight to provide food, shelter, and educational programs to the children in need.

3. We break the cycle of abuse

With your support, we can continue our work to help abused and neglected children, support at-risk families in our community, and so much more.