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Campaigns

General Donation

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WFWP is a dynamic organization that is committed to providing women with the opportunity to create lasting peace in the world, through talks, forums at the United Nations, luncheon programs, racial and religious reconciliation projects, national and international conferences, benefits, and service projects.

Your generous donations will be used to further our work and are tax-deductible.

Lunis Kinderworld in Nepal

Lunis Kinderworld

WFWP is a dynamic organization that is committed to providing women with the opportunity to create lasting peace in the world, through talks, forums at the United Nations, luncheon programs, racial and religious reconciliation projects, national and international conferences, benefits, and service projects.

Your generous donations will be used to further our work and are tax-deductible.

Schools of Africa Project

haiti

The Schools of Africa Project was established in 2001 in an effort to raise money in the United States for those schools either founded by, or supported by, WFWP International.

At the present time, WFWP, International is supporting nine schools in eight countries, including the Motoko Shiroma Kindergarten and Elementary School and the Pilar Momo Kindergarten and Elementary School, both in Equatorial Guinea; the One Hope Garden Primary Education Class in Ethiopia; the Sunac Elementary School in Guinea Bissau; the New Hope Technical Institute in Rwanda; the Handow Secondary School in Kenya; the Peace Hana School in Liberia; the Sun of Mozambique Secondary School in Mozambique; the New Hope Technical Institute in Rwanda, and the Social Self-Support Assistance Center in Senegal.

Donation Update 5/15/15

1% Love Share Fund

Poverty

The 1% Love Share Project is a unique campaign initiated by Women's Federation for World Peace International to eradicate poverty through the donation of $1 per month ($12 per year) to those less fortunate around the globe, especially women and children.

Why is this project unique? Simply put, because it targets the needs of the human family. And as members of the human family, it is up to us to look across boundaries and borders and to send our love to those suffering, hungry, and in need.

The project began in 2002 with the donation of 30,000 pairs of underwear to children in North Korea through the Korean Women Leader's Association. More recently, the project has supported those in Haiti, Japan, the Philippines, and children in the Gaza Strip and of North Korean defectors, with medical supplies, mattresses, clothes, and much more.

To get involved, simply sign up for a one-time or recurring payment to the 1% Love Share Program here, and share the project with friends and family. Just imagine what one small act of love can do.

The small offering you give will help warm the hearts of our neighbors in the global village.

Support Texas: Hurricane Harvey Relief

Texas Relief

When disaster hits, one of the greatest things you can give is the comfort in knowing that somebody cares for you. As the women and mothers of America, show your love in prayer and support of Hurricane Harvey victims today.

Hurricane Harvey Snapshot:

There is a lot of immediate need in Houston, Texas as a result of Hurricane Harvey. So far 72,000 people have been rescued (CNN, Sept 1, 2017). Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said the focus this week will be on “housing, housing, housing.” (Washington Post, Sept 3, 2017)

U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) reported that:

  • 37,000 people were in shelters across the state at latest count, with another 2,060 in shelters in Louisiana and Tennessee
  • 507,000 people have registered for disaster assistance
  • More than 14,900 people have been moved into temporary housing (hotels and motels) (FEMA, Sep 2, 2017)

Texas officials have reported that more than 200,000 homes were damaged and more than 12,700 destroyed, according to latest estimates, which don’t include complete tallies from some of the hardest-hit areas. (Washington Post, Sept 3, 2017)

Southeast Texans are in need of supplies, food, safe drinking water, medicine, and are tasked with the removal of massive amounts of garbage and waste. The Environment Protection Agency and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are also concerned about the health risks related to excessive mold and wastewater releases from sewers. (Washington Post, Sept 3, 2017)