MEWC Fundraising Appeal
"To keep a lamp burning we have to keep putting oil in it"
Unlike many new organizations that cannot begin to offer services until they have financial support, MEWC has begun operating successfully with virtually no funding beyond the in-kind donation of services that it is already receiving. While MEWC will continue to embrace volunteerism and in-kind support as a key part of its sustainability and strategic planning, we simply cannot expand our organisation, nor continue to offer the services already established without the income to cover the very real costs that we incur.
Our plan, with the assistance of our readers, is to introduce a staged development that will allow us to accommodate growth and ensure the stability of the organization over time.
Our efforts in promoting African women and girls rights have been recognised over the years. Apart from featuring on CNN’s African Voices, our Founder Rainatou Sow was named one of the "20 Youngest Power Women in Africa 2012" by Forbes Magazines. She was also awarded " The Most Inspirational Woman of the Year 2012" by Women4Africa.
Please Click here to read our 2012 Annual Report to find more about how MEWC is turning its vision and mission into reality to promote the empowerment and rights of African women and girls and our achievements in 2012.
MEWC has launched a fundraising campaign with the aim to raise £200,000 by the end of September 2013 to carry out our vital work and help Make Every Woman Count take its next step in developing as an organisation.
What makes MEWC different from other organsiations:
With your help, the crucial work we have done will be given stronger foundation and we can move forward to achieve even more.
With these funds, MEWC will:
If you believe in our values, and the work we have already achieved, please consider making a donation below by following the instructions.
With your help, we can achieve our goal. Please help MEWC achieve this goal, No amount is too small to make a difference.
Thank you for your support
A Charity Event Featuring the UK Première of the film Dark Girls The Museum of London, London Wall.
Thursday, 19th September 2013, 6pm – 11pm
All profits that we raise through your kind patronage will be donated to Make Every Woman Count
Abundant Sun is excited to announce that it is hosting a charity event entitled Energising Women and Strengthening Societies, which features the UK Première Screening of the documentary film Dark Girls, by Filmmakers Bill Duke and D. Channsin Berry. Dark Girls is an honest and emotionally hard-hitting film which explores the impact of deep-seated biases and attitudes towards dark-skinned women, outside of and within the African-American culture.
Our guests will have the opportunity to view this remarkable film and dialogue with one of its filmmakers, D. Channsin Berry, who is making a special appearance from Los Angeles to share his powerful work and insights in a post-film panel discussion with our audience. Tickets will be available soon. By getting involved, you will not only be enriching yourself, you will also be providing help to a very important charity. The profits from ticket sales will be donated to Make Every Woman Count.
Ticketscan be purchased by following this link to the event page. Not only will a portion of your ticket purchase be donated to charity, you will also get a ticket to the screening, a chance to participate in an engaging audience discussion after the screening, and luxurious canapés, alcoholic and non-alcoholic refreshments before and after the screening.
For more information about the project, please visit our dedicated event page.
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