The XOV Global Charity Fund

If you’ve read our mission and vision, you’ll know that we are more than just a financial services business – that’s why we’ve launched the XOV Global Charity Fund.

Impact. That’s an important word in our culture. It’s one of our core philosophies. We ask ourselves all the time, is what we are doing today going to lead us to our future vision and result in the impact we are striving to deliver?

What is impact, exactly? A happier world. A world where people are empowered financially. Sure, they still need to generate income (which isn’t always a given) – but what they can do with their income is where we want to positively impact their lives. It’s the philanthropic thread that runs through our business model. It’s a long term mission and vision. We’re honoured you’re on that journey with us.

Our team has selected a range of globally important charitable organisations that we’re proud to support. There is no obligation for our community to support the XOV Global Charity Fund but we provide the option to do so.

How you can support our selected charities

Donate your quarterly income payments from our Revenue Sharing Token (RST) when you register.

Make a donation via our DAMP.

Make a donation in cryptocurrency by using the button at the bottom of this page (Secured by Coinbase)

Our selected charities

Starlight Children’s Foundation (Australia) – selected by Wade

To brighten the lives of seriously ill children and their families. …Because sick kids are still kids at heart. When a once-bright life becomes dulled by  needless hospital visits and painful treatments, starlight helps sick kids forget their illness and rediscover the joy of childhood.

 

Samaritan’s Purse (Worldwide) – selected by Michael

…like the Good Samaritan they do not discriminate when a disaster affects any country where humanity is interrupted, no matter race, gender, religion etc.

 

War Child (Worldwide) – selected by Arno

War Child works towards a world in which no child’s life is torn apart by war. Armed conflict is a reality for millions of children today.

 

 YWCA (Adams County Nebraska) – selected by John

I value what the YWCA is attempting to accomplish, which is the empowerment of women. I hope to assist my local YWCA to pioneer and incubate new programs that can be leveraged within the broad network of the international YWCA.

 

 Crisis (United Kingdom) – selected by David

Crisis was founded in 1967 and offers direct help to people facing homelessness. The charity also campaigns to find solutions to problems around homelessness in the UK. The charity offers education, employment, housing and a well-being service.

 

How much have we raised so far?

We will provide an update here that provides information about the total amount raised for our selected charities, so that you can see the impact we are all making.