Members make a difference.
Join the ECLT Foundation
Membership in the ECLT Foundation allows companies, social partners, civil society, and others in the tobacco sector to actively join in the effort to end child labour in tobacco growing. We unite governments, labour unions, and tobacco companies in strengthening communities and supporting families. Together, our members uphold our pledge to children everywhere: You deserve to be free from child labour. You deserve a better life.
We welcome the tobacco sector to join us at any of these levels
Tobacco businesses that help the ECLT Foundation develop effective practices, an integrated approach, and a social and labour agenda for the best interests of children in tobacco-growing areas.These members work in coordination with implementing partners and local governments. They sign and commit to realize a shared Members’ Pledge of Commitment on combatting child labour.
Businesses and vendors, industry networks, and other organizations in the tobacco value chain that contribute to the priorities of the ECLT Foundation, participate in stakeholder events, visit ECLT Foundation projects, sponsor work, and share the ECLT Foundation’s knowledge. Circle Supporters support the ECLT Foundation’s objectives in three-year commitments. They receive regular communications from the ECLT Foundation, and will be recognized in future ECLT Foundation Annual Reports.
Individuals or organizations from the tobacco industry or other sectors or multi-stakeholder initiatives that are inspired by the work of the ECLT Foundation. Friends can make contributions at any time. They receive regular communications from the ECLT Foundation, and will be recognized in future ECLT Foundation Annual Reports.
Employees in the tobacco sector who realize that the plight of children and the fight against child labour requires more than the commitment of businesses and stakeholders. Employees respond to the challenges facing children in tobacco growing through company payroll contributions or pooled funding for the ECLT Foundation.