List of non-profits

Translators without Borders supplies voluntary or low cost translation services to humanitarian organisations. The following is a list of some of the non-profit organizations served.

Thyroid, Head and Neck Cancer Foundation/THANC Foundation

The THANC Foundation is an independent foundation dedicated to improving thyroid, head and neck cancer patient's quality of life, care and outcomes. Our mission is to raise funds for research, to provide education to medical professionals and those affected with cancer and to offer patient support programs, both in person and online.

Toybox

We help children marginalised and abused by those who should protect them. We work with local organisations who are best placed to help find the most appropriate ways to prevent and help children escape from a life on the streets.

Training for Change

For over 20 years, Training for Change has provided activist training for groups standing up for social, economic, and environmental justice through strategic nonviolence. We’ve led hundreds of workshops and trained thousands of people – from striking steelworkers to interfaith coalitions for immigrant rights – in the skills they need to effectively create change. Using our unique experiential approach, we create learning environments that provide the practical tools and insights that activists can use, as well as opportunities for real growth, transformation, and empowerment.
We work with grassroots activists on five continents, although our particular focus is on helping to develop strong social movements in North America.

Translators without Borders

Translators without Borders is an independent non-profit association established in 1993, dedicated to helping NGOs extend their humanitarian work by providing free, professional translations.

The funds saved through the use of volunteer translations can then be used by the NGOs in the field, enabling them to extend the scope and reach of their humanitarian work.

Transparentem

TRANSPARENTEM is a discreet, non-profit unit that adopts frontline investigative reporting and forensic methods in compliance with international ethical standards to illuminate supply chains and spur eradication of human and environmental abuses. A public service initiative, Transparentem is a sentinel, not a saboteur, to industries at inflection points. The unit believes that securing and improving the lives and environments of workers at all tiers of off-shored industry must start with independent, methodical inquiry.

The initial recipients of Transparentem’s intelligence reports are those whose procurement strategies can rapidly transform markets. The unit commits to telling those recipients—principally brands and retailers that will receive the reports free-of-charge—what they may not, but should, know about those with whom they do business. This includes the activities of their direct and indirect suppliers.

TraumahilfeZentrum Nürnberg e.V.

To assist traumatized people to find back to stabilization and to integrate the trauma in their daily lives.

Trócaire

Trócaire provides humanitarian assistance and long-term support to communities in over 20 countries across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East. Last year, 2.6 million people directly benefited from our overseas programmes. In Ireland, we raise awareness about the root causes of poverty and inequality, and campaign on justice issues.

Trócaire also responds to humanitarian crises in countries where natural disaster or conflict has put people's lives at risk. For more info, please visit: https://www.trocaire.org/whatwedo/wherewework

Trócaire - Irish Aid

Trócaire works with local and church partners to support communities in over 20 developing countries with a focus on food and resource rights, women's empowerment and humanitarian response.

Trócaire - Programmes Unit

Trócaire provides humanitarian assistance and long-term support to communities in over 20 countries across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East. Last year, 2.6 million people directly benefited from our overseas programmes. In Ireland, we raise awareness about the root causes of poverty and inequality, and campaign on justice issues.

Trócaire also responds to humanitarian crises in countries where natural disaster or conflict has put people's lives at risk. For more info, please visit: https://www.trocaire.org/whatwedo/wherewework

Trócaire DRC

Trócaire’s work in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) focuses on providing humanitarian response, building sustainable livelihoods, and promoting the rights of citizens. Specific attention is given to the rights and needs of women.

1. Food and Resource Rights
This programme aims to help with the recovery of livelihoods after conflict in eastern DRC. Our partners work with communities to develop sustainable, strong livelihoods and reduce vulnerability to shocks so that people have enough food to eat.

2. Governance
Our governance work aims at ensuring that citizens, especially women, are able to influence local development plans and budgets and can hold local government officials accountable. Our partners increase knowledge and capacity among citizens and local government officials to promote the needs of local communities and facilitate dialogue between these parties.