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Life is a gift,
humanity is a privilege …

Be a champion of humanity and inspire others to do the same.

In memory of the …

Become a founding member

Take part in the Champion Humanity Initiative to fund education and support victims of violence.

Help steer this initiative

Give input to help us promote humanity through education and prevent future acts of violence in your region.

Activate a number of champions

Contribute towards our target 1 million Champions of Humanity and help us reach $10 million to fund our proven values-based education.

Help create a global movement

We aim to reach 1 million people worldwide in memory of the 1 million lives lost in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda and all those lives lost due to acts of inhumanity.

How to activate champions

Distribute Champion Humanity badges:

In memory of the millions of lives lost due to acts of inhumanity worldwide.

Help us reach $10 million to fund our proven values-based education.

How will funds be used


To expand the Aegis Trust education model to be available globally.


Through documenting stories of humanity worldwide.


Through Aegis Trust’s social enterprise impact investment.

Aegis Trust will be marking its 20th anniversary in 2020 and has developed an effective model of governance and investment to leverage funds to save lives. Champion Humanity is a project of White Rose, a social enterprise charity registered in the UK who supports the work of Aegis Trust. The Aegis Trust has a clear mission – to prevent future genocides and promote humanity through education. More details available on request or visit

Ways to donate

Activates 1,000 Champions of Humanity

Activates 500 Champions of Humanity

Activates 100 Champions of Humanity

Activates 50 Champions of Humanity

It’s about the world looking at Rwanda and humanity and seeing what can be achieved.” Damien Honan, Founder and CEO, Honan Insurance Group, Australia
To bring the incredible learning that I received in Rwanda: how to pick up the pieces and forgive the unforgiveable.” Natalia Luis, Chairman and COO, M. Luis Construction Co. Inc., USA

Why we wear the badge …

“I wear this badge in honor of my father, Steven Krulis, who survived the horrors of Auschwitz and the Holocaust to teach me what it is to be a Champion of Humanity.

Dad the Ubumuntu, “Wear the Badge” campaign is in your honour. May you be comforted in the knowledge that in your memory something really positive has begun in Rwanda.”

Thomas Krulis, Australia

“I wear this badge to honour the memory of our sisters, brothers, fathers, mothers, aunts and uncles who lost their lives in the struggle of liberating our country.

For their empathy, personal responsibility and their courage to stop the 1994 genocide against Tutsi and restore peace and hope.”

Egidia Uwera, Rwanda

“I wear this badge to honour my family members who died in the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi.

Humanity is the wisdom to differentiate what is right and what is wrong, It gives purpose to love our neighbours as you love yourself.”

Jean Marie, Itangishaka, Rwanda

Prevent violence and promote humanity through education.