Each expert has their own reasoning for setting their rate and with that we have given them the opportunity to give back and donate their fee to a good cause. We have partnered with One For The World (OFTW) to allow our experts to donate their meeting fee to the most cost-effective and impactful charities, all over the world.
It's very simple! You will clearly see when exploring our expert community who has chosen to donate their fee. Once you've picked the right person for you and found an available time you will then proceed in donating your fee rather than paying the expert directly.
One for the World (OFTW) is a movement of people changing charitable giving to end extreme poverty. They research the most cost-effective charities in the world through their partnership with GiveWell, the world’s leading charity evaluator. They curate a data-driven portfolio of exceptionally effective nonprofits, so your donations are always as impactful as possible.
OFTW partners with GiveWell to research the most cost-effective charities in the world
OFTW has 100% transparent reports on the impact of donations
OFTW takes no fee meaning all donations are passed in full to the charities
Distributes long-lasting insecticide-treated bed nets to prevent malaria transmission, for $5.02 per net. Nets are highly effective at protecting against mosquitos. OFTW estimate that AMF can save a life for just $5,000.
Advocates for, supports, and evaluates government-run school-based deworming programs to improve health and schooling outcomes. Randomized control trials show that children who are dewormed earn more than their peers, even 20 years later.
Provides critical nutrition via direct Vitamin A supplementation to at-risk children around the world to prevent blindness and mortality. A year’s supplements cost just $2.18 and studies suggest that supplements significantly reduce child mortality.
Offers cash incentives to people if they give their children routine vaccinations, raising public awareness of the benefits of immunization and reducing the frequency of vaccine stock running out.