Empowering People, Transforming Communities

Good Neighbours UK fundraises and manages projects locally, nationally and internationally. We work to ensure vulnerable people can exercise their human rights no matter where they live.

GN has a zero tolerance of safeguarding breaches. It is committed to confidentiality, the protection of and support to survivors and whistle-blowers. It has a non-retaliation principle and will take proportionate disciplinary action (including involvement of competent authorities) in the event of a violation.


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Through our community projects we defend children's rights under the principles of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC).


We work in partnership with other organisations who have shared values to engage directly with communities.


We believe in giving people a voice, so we work on advocacy projects that raise awareness of people in need.

Global Development Approach

We exist to make the world a place free from poverty and oppression, where people live together in harmony.

Good Neighbours UK believe in empowering communities so they become self-reliant and can look forward to a brighter future.

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7 September 2022

Good Neighbours Ukraine Humanitarian Snapshot

A week after the start of the war, Good Neighbours dispatched the GN emergency response team on 3 March 2022 for initial needs assessments at…

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26 July 2022

GNUK contributes to BOND’s Sustainable Development Goals 2022 Report

Our world today is dealing with intersecting crises of monumental proportions. The Covid-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc across the globe, pushing millions of people…

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24 June 2022

GNUK partners with UNICEF to deliver psychosocial support at Blue Dots Centres in Romania

The invasion of Ukraine has taken lives and livelihoods away, uprooting countless families and displacing their sense of belonging, of safety and of self.  It…

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7 June 2022

Good Neighbours’ First 100 days Emergency Response to the Ukraine Crisis

After 100 days of war in Ukraine, there are 9,394 civilian casualties in the country, 700 of which are children. Urgent need for humanitarian assistance…

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