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.

Special Olympics Mongolia

Special Olympics Mongolia has been part of the Special Olympics movement since 2014. Here’s an overview of the history of the global Special Olympics movement’s grand history.

It all began in the 1950s and early 1960s, when Eunice Kennedy Shriver saw how unjustly and unfairly people with intellectual disabilities were treated. She also saw that many children with intellectual disabilities didn’t even have a place to play. She decided to take action.

St Boniface Haiti Foundation

SBHF aims to continue transforming the St. Boniface Hospital in Fond des Blancs, Haiti, into a leading center of excellence in health care delivery. Since 1983, SBHF has acquired over 3 decades of experience with working in health care, education and community development in rural Haiti. The St. Boniface Hospital was built in 1992 and is annually accredited by the MSPP. At present, the St. Boniface Hospital serves a direct catchment area of 50,000 persons through inpatient, outpatient or community-based services, such as: general physical consultations, surgery and radiology; OB/GYN surgery; maternal, neonatal – including the only NICU incubators in all of southern Haiti -- and pediatric care; preventative and treatment services for cholera, TB, malaria, diarrhea, malnutrition and HIV/AIDS, among other conditions; general nutritional counseling; and spinal cord injury rehabilitation and community reintegration.

Starfish Foundation MMP

Providing emergency relief to refugees arriving on the northern shores of Lesvos

Starfish One By One

Starfish's is contributing to the global movement for gender equity and girls' education by unlocking and maximizing the potential of young women to lead transformational change. Our vision is empowerment, equality, and opportunity for all.

Stichting North Star Alliance

At North Star Alliance, our mission is to provide mobile workers and their communities with sustainable access to high quality health and safety services.


We are building a rich picture of the trends, hotspots, routes and networks of human trafficking on a global scale. With greater intelligence, we are generating targeted action to disrupt human trafficking networks at their source.
Working hand-in-hand with this network, we are building global resilience in communities that are vulnerable to human trafficking.

Human trafficking is a clandestine crime; being able to spot the signs is critical. We offer a number of resources and bespoke awareness courses for individuals and organisations alike, including schools, businesses and frontline professionals.

StoryWeaver, Pratham Books

StoryWeaver is an online platform of openly-licensed, multilingual children's stories. An initiative of Pratham Books, StoryWeaver goes beyond just the reading of stories. It is built to encourage collaboration between content creators and users of children’s content. The stories can be read, downloaded, translated, versioned or printed using the tools embedded on the platform. This collaborative platform will bring together authors, translators, illustrators and educators.

Pratham Books is a non-profit trust that publishes high quality books for children at affordable prices and in multiple Indian languages.

Street Child

Street Child is a UK charity, established in 2008, that aims to create educational opportunity for some of the most vulnerable children in West Africa.

Starting in Sierra Leone, then the poorest country in the world, we have supported over 20,000 urban and rural children to access a quality education.

Together with our local partners, the charity has grown since 2008 from one project for 100 children in Northern Sierra Leone, to one of the most broad-reaching charities currently working in the region with 30 projects in multiple countries.

Street Child's principal focus is upon empowering children by giving them the chance to go to school and giving their families the wherewithal to keep them there.

Streetwise Opera

Streetwise Opera is an award-winning charity that uses music to help people who have experienced homelessness make positive changes in their lives. It runs music programmes in homeless centres and arts venues across England and stages critically-acclaimed opera productions.
Streetwise Opera’s With One Voice programme has begun to bring the international arts and homelessness community together over the past four years. With One Voice was designed to give homeless people a voice through the Olympics, while also building capacity, sharing knowledge and strengthening the whole arts and homelessness sector around the world.
The first With One Voice event took place during the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad and was the first time homeless people had been represented during the Olympics. It’s now being followed by events at Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020 with all projects bringing the arts and homelessness sector together internationally.

Swiss Organization Sagarmatha

The orphanage Children of Sagarmatha opened on 31 November 2002 in the northeast of Kathmandu. The home takes in children with a difficult past; they have either lost their mother or father, or come from large families living in poverty.
The orphanage currently welcomes almost 50 children and youngsters. The children generally arrive at the orphanage at the age of 5 or 6. They leave the orphanage at the end of their schooling (18 years old) or later if they pursue their studies.
The center provides them with a stable life and family environment, as well as a complete education. The objective of the orphanage is to give the children the possibility of growing and living in Nepal in good conditions.
Children of Sagarmatha is supervised by a local NGO * and under the responsibility of local staff.
Established at the end of 2010, the Swiss Organization Sagarmatha was set up to raise funds in Switzerland to ensure the long-term viability of the Children of Sagarmatha orphanage.