“100% of your gifts always go directly to programs”
When you donate to Under The Same Sun, every dollar goes directly to serve people with albinism in Tanzania and Africa. That’s because a few generous benefactors cover all our administration and fundraising costs.
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Call us to make a credit card donation by phone at 604-336-8867

Send

You can send a check or postal money order in CAD or USD to:
Under The Same Sun #200 - 15127 100th Ave Surrey, B.C. Canada V3R 0N9

Wire

For donations over $1000 you can make a wire transfer. Contact us for details.

Other Ways to Give
Be part of the solution. There are many giving options that make a big difference.
Become a monthly supporter

Your monthly commitment helps a child stay in school. As educated people with albinism are seen accomplishing their dreams, in all areas of society, people will see that they are just like everybody else. And that’s how, one day, the days of discrimination and attacks will become a faint memory.

As little as $10 a month covers school supplies and books. At $25 per month you help with school fees and uniforms. For the stretch gift of $135 a month you cover everything a child needs including education, living expenses and healthcare. All gifts are life-changing.

It's quick, easy and convenient to set up your monthly pre-authorized gift. Click here to start giving monthly today! (you can change or cancel anytime by emailing info@underthesamesun.com

Double your impact with workplace matching

Your donation changes a life. Your company’s matching gift can change one more. Many employers have a matching gift program to encourage giving. Check with your human resource department to see if your gift can be matched by your workplace.

If you're interested in how your company can support Under The Same Sun through corporate giving, email us at info@underthesamesun.com

Donate shares or mutual funds

A gift of stock, mutual funds or other securities can make a world of difference. Many securities have appreciated in value since their purchase and donating them can have significant tax advantages. Consult with your Financial Advisor and download the appropriate form below.

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For more information contact us.

Thank you! Lives are being changed because you give.
Kulwa
Kulwa

Gets an education, and more!

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Education Program Students

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UTSS Latest News

November 28th, 2017
Zuwena's Children Face Unspeakable Danger
Learn how Understanding Albinism Seminars helped Zuwena's family.
November 16th, 2017
The Perils of Pale
Read National Geographic Magazine's in-depth coverage on the issues facing people with albinism in Tanzania.
October 30th, 2017
How your giving helps
Find out some of the ways your gifts make a difference.
October 26th, 2017
A quick update from UTSS
Read about three important events that we think will interest you.
October 26th, 2017
UTSS call for Tanzanian government to enact laws to provide strong punishment on attackers
Under the Same Sun country representative Vicky Ntetema said attacks on albinos were persisting due to lenient punishment against perpetrators.
October 26th, 2017
Unknown thugs chop off left hand of 75-year-old man with albinism
Mr. Nassor Mohammed, a 75 year old grandpa was attacked by unidentified thugs on Monday October 2, 2017.
October 26th, 2017
Tanzanian police arrest two for kidnapping child with albinism.
Tanzanian police have arrested a Tanzanian citizen and a Kenyan national for abducting a five-year old child with albinism in northern Tanzania’s district of Mwanga.
October 26th, 2017
Cop batters wife over birth of child with albinism
A police officer in Zimbabwe has been arrested following reports of domestic abuse stemming from the birth of a child with albinism.
October 26th, 2017
Killings of PWA in Malawi continues despite the government's intervention
Several persons with albinism in Malawi have come out to talk about their harrowing experiences with merciless body part hunters who are known to sell albino body parts to witch doctors.
October 26th, 2017
New book details the kidnapping of the Muse brothers
The story of two brothers with albinism that were kidnapped from the cotton fields and sold to a freak show in 1899.