The foundation targets children and young people between the ages of 4 and 21 from all over the world. Children living in developing countries or regions in crisis, with parents that are preoccupied with ‘survival’ or with unequal chances in life.
These children are very often raised in poverty and have a high risk of spending themselves their whole life in poverty. The Tomorrowland Foundation wants to break this vicious circle.
The Tomorrowland Foundation focusses on projects that aim to give them the chance to express themselves creatively and work on their self-esteem.
Personal development should not be restricted to learning to read and write. The ability to express yourself creatively and feel part of a group and society is also part of personal development.
The Tomorrowland Foundation is funded with spontaneous donations and contributions from visitors of Tomorrowland, combined with a yearly contribution from WeAreOneWorld, the organization behind Tomorrowland.