The 2h Project


The 2h Project is a not for profit Australian development organisation working with local communities overseas to bring help and build hope for the poor and disadvantaged.  Founded in 1999 by Adelaide Midwife Kate Taylor after a visit to Cambodia, she and her husband Kevin have since built a network of volunteers, supporters and donors across Australia.

When speaking to the founders of 2h, one of the things that impressed us most was their ability to deliver such a large proportion of their donations directly to the people that need it – where traditionally a large chunk of charitable donations are eaten up by administration and promotional costs – as 2h is run only by volunteers, virtually every dollar hits it’s mark.

There are four main areas of focus safe arrivals, farming for futures, sight to life and beyond business.

If you are interested in learning more about 2h, we suggest you visit their website at