Moving charity forward.

We're not your traditional nonprofit.

We're a movement dedicated to empowering people in developing countries to become profitable entrepreneurs. Because, jobs are the best way to move people out of extreme poverty.

Some say we're taking the road less-traveled. We prefer to call it an adventure. 


WHAT WE DO.

We give aid. Through trade.

We provide people with a specific skill so they can earn an income. Then, they can care for their own children. 

It's a leg up. Not a handout. 

When Grace was suddenly widowed, she was terrified about how her family would survive. She applied to become a Community Health Promoter. In the three years since, she's treated over 300 children in her village with malaria. Thanks to her income, her children have survived and thrived.  


Not just jobs. Lifesavers. 

One of the largest killers of women and children in developing countries is from breathing in toxic smoke from cooking over open fires. TKTKT and her daughter, TKTK are breathing much easier since they got their stove (from Charity's shop!).

From health care promoters to water well mechanics, we only create jobs that measurably save lives in developing countries.

Every job created helps approximately 500 people in the community.

 

 


We're an impactful organization for a driven generation.

Transparency. Impact. Sustainability.

We care about creating lasting change. And we don't sit on sidelines. Our movement is fueled by a desire to end extreme poverty in our lifetime. So our goal is to create one million jobs in the next ten years. 

 

Join us with a monthly gift and automatically help create a new job each month.

Every month you'll receive an email about a person you helped. 

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Jobs Report

1,082,802

PEOPLE SERVED EACH DAY

889

JOBS CREATED


VALUE

$3

Every $3 given to The Adventure Project has provided one person living in poverty with access to lifesaving services. 


 

“Becky and Jody, your innovative spirit is something we should honor everyday, in every community.”

-Hillary Clinton

The DVF Awards

  "I want to be an example to my children of how I want them to live. Imperfect as I am, I think my work with TAP is one way I’m doing this right. - Tesi Klipsch Mom and adoption advocate

 

"I want to be an example to my children of how I want them to live. Imperfect as I am, I think my work with TAP is one way I’m doing this right.

- Tesi Klipsch

Mom and adoption advocate