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South African Youth Education for Sustainability (SA-YES) was founded in the UK in 2008. SA-YES provides guidance and support for marginalised young people making the transition from living in residential care homes to living responsibly and independently in South Africa.

Gillian is a co-founder of SA-YES.

How to Help: Visit SA-YES for information on how to donate, volunteer, fundraise, and participate in events.



Fishlove is a non-profit community interest company set up in 2009 to raise awareness of the unsustainable fishing practices that are destroying the the earth's marine ecosystem. Since then, the Fishlove images have succeeded in bringing the subject of over-fishing to the front covers and pages of the world’s media many times over. With the right political decisions, we CAN save our seas so that they will be teeming with life for generations to come.

How to Help: Visit Fishlove for more information. A poster of Gillian Anderson with a conger eel may be purchased through the Denis Rouvre Shop.


Fezeka, A Song of Pride: a Film and a Community

Fezeka's Voice is a film that tells the true story of one man's devotion to his township, his school and his choir. For 12 years, Phume has been teaching the children at Fezeka high school, not just how to sing, but how to live. With dedication and spirit he gives them focus, pride and joy in a country that's still living with the residue that apartheid left behind.

Every DVD pre-order or donation goes towards finishing the film which gives children the opportunity to go to university and pursue their talents and dreams.

"This is a really incredible choir in South Africa that the Salisbury Cathedral community has helped with scholarships after their visit here. The man who leads the choir is a force of nature and has turned out some incredible human beings in the process." -- Gillian Anderson

How to Help: Visit for more information.

Action for South Africa Action for South Africa (ACTSA) campaigns with the people of Southern Africa as they strive to build a better future. Working for peace, democracy and development across the region, ACTSA is the successor organisation to the Anti-Apartheid Movement. ACTSA influences decision-makers in Britain and Europe on policies that affect Southern Africa. It keeps the region in the public and political spotlight through lobbying, publication of reports and briefings and media work.

Gillian has participated in ACTSA's Conference: AIDS in Africa - Fighting Western Apathy" and spoken about ACTSA in BBC's Talking Point programme.

How to help:To find out about the ways in which you can support ACTSA's work, see their Get Involved section. Right now (December 2005) they are in dire need of funds to purchase sanitary products in South Africa and transport them into Zimbabwe with the support of the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions. For more information, go to Dignity. Period!.

Feminist Majority Foundation The Feminist Majority Foundation (FMF), which was founded in 1987, is a cutting edge organization dedicated to women's equality, reproductive health, and non-violence. In all spheres, FMF utilizes research and action to empower women economically, socially, and politically. Our organization believes that feminists - both women and men, girls and boys - are the majority, but this majority must be empowered.

Gillian became a spokesperson for the Feminist Majority Foundation in 1996. She has participated as a team leader in the FMF's Million4Roe Campaign, emceed their Rock 4 Choice benefit concert (April '01), and attended an FMF event to Stop Gender Apartheid in Afghanistan in March of '99. She also appeared on Hollywood Squares in April 2002 to benefit the FMF's Campaign to Help Afghan Women and Girls.

How to Help: The FMF's website has information on joining, donating, and has an online store to order merchandise from.
The Trevor Project The Trevor Project is a nonprofit endeavor to promote tolerance for gay and questioning youth, and to aid in suicide prevention among that group. Statistics have shown that gay teens are three times more likely to attempt suicide than their heterosexual peers, and The Trevor Project hopes, through its efforts, to prevent some of those tragedies from occurring.

Gillian has attended three of the Trevor Project's "Cracked X-Mas" events to benefit the organization.

How to Help: The Trevor Project's website has information on making donations and purchasing the Academy award-winning film "Trevor," which is the cornerstone for The Trevor Project.


Artists for a New South Africa (ANSA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to combating the African AIDS pandemic and advancing democracy and equality in South Africa. ANSA also works to further civil rights and safeguard voting rights in the U.S.

Gillian is a member of the board of the directors for this organization.

How to Help: ANSA's website has information on donating, advocating, spreading the word, and becoming an intern/volunteer.


Survival International is the global movement for tribal peoples' rights. They exist to prevent the annihilation of tribal peoples and to give them a platform to speak to the world so they can bear witness to the genocidal violence, slavery and racism they face on a daily basis. By lobbying the powerful, they help defend the lives, lands and futures of people who should have the same rights as other contemporary societies.

How to Help: Survival's website has information on how to get emails, raise money, donate, and campaign for this cause.


Childreach International is a global child rights movement working in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the UK. They believe that every child has the right to live, learn and play; to be happy safe and free. They work with local communities to make these rights and reality and to ensure every child can fulfill their potential.

How to Help: Join them in the fight to ensure children are Taught, Not Trafficked". Childreach International's website has information on how to get involved: choose your challenge, volunteer abroad, fundraise, donate, and more.

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