100% of your donation goes to programs empowering marginalized women who live at the lowest income level. These programs help more than just the individual woman... they transform the influence the women hold in their community.

The World Economic Forum Gender Gap Report 2021 continues to stress the urgency of closing the gender gap for the sake of all societies, economies and business worldwide. This report, acknowledging that it does not yet fully reflect the impact of the pandemic, specifically calls on the need to make progress on gender equality in economic participation and opportunity, the second-largest of the four key gaps tracked by the index.
This is where you and WWK are making a difference.

We began 2022 strong with 50% of our budget funded, but we still need to raise the remainder this spring. We are hoping you will find it in your heart to help us fund 3 important programs for the women we honor on Mother's Day and every day:

$2,500—for an educational expert to improve and scale WWK's adult literacy program to enable all our women entrepreneurs to be confident in the language of business.
$4,500—for the District Health Office in Jinja to provide the women our local partner in Kayunga Village maternal health education, preventive services and treatment to improve their health and well-being.
$10,000—to construct a deep well in one of our local partner communities that will provide 12,000 community members access to clean, safe water for health, sanitation and hygiene. Women often spend hours looking for water to cook, garden, and for hygiene. Access to safe water is transformational for living a dignified life.

Donations by check, payable to With Women Kisoboka (at the address at the top of this page) will assure that 100% of your contribution goes to making a difference. If you prefer to use DAFDirect, please click here.

Thank you!

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Donation Total: $60.00 One Time

With Women Kisoboka (US) is a
501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

All contributions to support
With Women Kisoboka are tax deductible.
(EIN 84-4956061).