The Radly Center is a non profit organization that focuses on assisting people in the poorest nations on the planet. Most of our resources are allocated to assisting these nations to become self reliant and independent over the long term.
The Radly Center works on a variety of charitable projects, all dedicated to increasing the quality of life and having a positive impact on the communities. Learn more about the Radly Center projects.
The Center was founded by Adam Radly. He was the founder of World Reconciliation Day (featuring Nelson Mandela) in 2000 and was one of the founding directors of the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund in Australia. Adam is an entrepreneur and philanthropist who is originally from Melbourne, Australia. He moved to United States in 2001. Learn more about Adam.
All activities and administration costs are funded by the Center’s founder Adam Radly and the center does not accept donations from the public.
How to Help
The best way to make a difference is to participate in the initiatives of the center as a volunteer. Volunteering doesn’t mean you have get up and go anywhere, you can help from the comfort of your own home, contact us to learn more.