Goal 1 : No Poverty

Goal 2 : Zero Hunger

Goal 3 : Good Health & Well-Being

Goal 4 : Quality Education

Goal 5 : Gender Equality

Goal 6 : Clean Water and Sanitation

Goal 7 : Affordable and Clean Energy

Goal 8 : Decent Work & Economic Growth

Goal 9 : Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure

Goal 10 : Reduce Inequalities

Goal 11 : Sustainable Cities & Communities

Goal 12 : Responsible Consumption & Production

Goal 13 : Climate Action

Goal 14 : Life Below Water

Goal 15 : Life on Land

Goal 16 : Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions

Goal 17 : Partnerships for the Goals

Goal 18 : Cambodia Mine/ERW Free

Guideline

Get everyone involved. Have a classroom do regular outreach day trips to areas in need. 1
At birthday parties offer the option to donate money to your chosen charity in replacement of a birthday gift. 2
Buy fair-trade products to support the sustainable trade system, meaning employees are rewarded fairly for their work. 3
Teach a skill or short course at a community centre (computer skills, building a resume, preparing for job interviews, etc.) 4
Buy clothing or other products from stores that donate a portion of their money to charities. 5
Sponsor a child so they can have access to food, education, and health. 6
Clean out your pantry. Fill a box with non-perishable foods and donate it to a food bank. 7
Generate discussion around poverty. Write a blog, or write an article in a local newspaper. 8
Lend your money to upcoming businesses or people in need and help them get up on their feet. It’s as simple as that – 97% of loans get repaid, so you most likely won’t lose any money, but you will have helped someone build themselves a steady income, which in turn will get them out of poverty. 9
If possible, give to every beggar on the street. An apple, a bottle of water, small change or even just a smile are better than not giving at all. 10