9 Charitable Foundations & Non-Profits to follow on Instagram

Instagram is the perfect visual medium to bring our attention to the world’s biggest problems; through pictures, it is possible to quickly convey emotions; and emotions lead to comprehension and understanding, hopefully bringing help to those in need. Many charitable foundations and non-profits use Instagram to convey their message and spread awarness towards the issues they work for.

Unicef (@unicef)

The United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund provides emergency food and healthcare to children all around the world. Since 1946.


Charity: water (@charitywater)

Charity: Water is a non-profit organization providing safe & clean drinking water to people in developing nations.


WWF (@wwf)

Defending and preserving Wildlife and Nature. Always.


Médecins Sans Frontières (@doctorswithoutborders)

Non-governmental organization (NGO) and Nobel Peace Prize winner, MSF works in war regions and developing countries facing endemic diseases.


Save the Children (@savethechildren)

The Save the Children Fund concentrates on childrens’ rights, especially by enforcing the UN Declaration of the Rights of the Child.


Oceana (@oceana)

Oceana is the largest international ocean conservation and advocacy organization.


ASPCA (@aspca)

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to preventing cruelty to animals.


Water (@water)

Water.org’s goal is to provide help to regions not having access to safe drinking water and sanitation.


Amnesty International (@amnesty)

Amnesty is a non-governmental organisation aims to prevent and end grave abuses of human rights.


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