If you would like to make a donation to Worldwide Women’s Support Circle, Rose will share your donations with Malkia Foundation in Kenya, Africa or Zephaniah’s Free Education in Pakistan. If you would like to donate to Rose to defray costs for the many hours she is investing in helping raise awareness of global female gender issues for Worldwide Women’s Support Circle and running the WWSC website, know your contribution will be very much appreciated. Please specify your choice on the PayPal screen (there is a spot for a message during PayPal checkout).
If you would like to donate directly to these non-profits, please let us know and we will send you information of how to get funds directly to them. Please know how much your financial support matters!
— Rose Winstanley-Trefz, WWSC Director, Norwood, PA, USA
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- Just click the orange PayPal “Donate” button below to get started.
Malkia Foundation/The Centre for Disadvantaged Girls was founded by Phionah Musumba in Nairobi, Kenya. Malkia Foundation/CDG empowers women and girls through education and skills training to eradicate poverty.
This important organization works with the many girls and women from the poorest of backgrounds, as well as those affected and/infected with HIV/AIDS. Malkia Foundation believes that anyone can improve their lot in life, given the chance and opportunity.
Zephaniah Free Education, in the rural area of Gujranwala, Pakistan, is raising the status of women through education, skills training and empowerment.
Zephaniah Free Education Founder, Zephaniah shares, “Here in my part of the world women suffer all their life. They are being tortured mentally and physically. Child marriage and honor killings must to be put to an end. I know there is only one solution to all our problems, and that is education and awareness of our human rights. I want every girl to be educated, empowered and protected.”