post a postie & deiver joy this christmas!

Post a Postie this year and you'll help deliver vital food, clean water, life-saving vaccinations and other gifts from the Gifts for Good catalogue page to children living in remote villages. 

Or you can can load gifts onto the back of a ChildFund postie bike for our staff to deliver to joyful children all around the world.

There are many gifts for you to choose from - ducks, fruit trees, chicken, seeds, pigs, water filters, books, school gifts and scholarships for girls.

For a gift that makes a huge difference to many children in need, throw a farmyard, education food & water or life-savers gifts box on the back of the bike!

You can learn more or buy a gift at the Gifts for Good Page.


urgent support for kenyan children on the brink of starvation...

At iCARE we are shocked by the catastrophic famine in Africa. 

We are proud of the education programs we provide to children living in disadvantage in Kenya.  However, to provide an education to these children we must first ensure they have the opportunity to survive.

There are children right now in Kenya, who are on the brink of starvation. They need immediate food assistance. Every minute counts.

As part of ChildFund Australia we are pleased to be able to offer the opportunity to support the Emergency Food Appeal.

You can learn more or make a donation at the Appeal Page.


More than 1 billion of the world’s people – most of them vulnerable women and youth – are living in extreme poverty.


Lack of education is one of the root causes of poverty. Better education gives children better opportunities, improves community development and lays a foundation for long-term stability.

iCARE programs currently provide education to vulnerable women, children and young people in Kenya and the Philippines to provide them with the building blocks to a better future out of poverty.


Education for girls is an especially powerful force. The barriers that keep girls from attending school are often higher than for boys.

For every year a girl stays in school she'll increase her income by 10%. 


but it is more complex than educating girls alone


Don't get us wrong, educating girls is a priority. 66 million girls around the world are not in school and for many of them it is just because they were born a girl. Keeping girls in school provides life-changing benefits not just for individuals, but for the entire community. 

their mothers and brothers need us to care about them too.  

So we do.  Since 1982 we've cared for more than 15,000 girls, boys and mums in Kenya, Uganda, India and the Philippines.


In villages in Kenya to metro Manila and rural Philippines we're continuing to support innovative and practical school and vocational education.  

Each community is different.  

Our programs support young entrepreneurs at the Piave Youth Polytechnic in Kenya's Rift Valley. They encourage science and technology for primary school girls in the Philippines.  We have recently supported budding IT specialists in Uganda and education for young Indian girls to overcome them becoming child brides.  And, that's just a start.