Free The Children
Free The Children
06/26/2017 at 18:47. Facebook
“I was the first one to be told about this artisan group. I told the other women and they said, ‘Yeah, sounds good, let’s do it.’”

That was two years ago. Now Mirian is the group's treasurer. The women set aside a percentage of their earnings and deposit it into a savings pot. It all adds up to financial empowerment.
Mirian has high hopes for their future. Read what motivates her:
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Free The Children
Free The Children
06/23/2017 at 01:46. Facebook
We did not think we could be any prouder of Oleleshwa grad Peninah Musanka — read her story, you will agree! — then San Diego State University sent an offer! Hearty congrats from Marc Kielburger, Craig Kielburger and all your friends at WE! [ Bit.ly Link ]
We did not think we could be any prouder of Oleleshwa grad
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"When I finish university, I want to come back home and encourage younger girls to get an education. Many girls get married when they’re very young and then drop out of school—I was very lucky that I wasn’t one of them." says Faith, the first female to attend University from her community.
When I finish university I want to come back home and encourage

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Our Clean Schools Program presents the opportunity for students in Ecuador to participate in a friendly competition focused on giving the environment some TLC! Watch 14-year-old Talia (whose school won!) share how the program has changed her school.

This World Environment Day, what action will you take to care for the environment?
Walking to collect water used to take up much of Yadira’s day. Then, WE introduced a new water project to the community. Watch Yadira turn on a tap for the first time.

#WEWalkforWater so that Yadira doesn’t have to. Donate Water: [ Bit.ly Link ]
"I was so scared of the jungle environment, and now people come to me to talk about the natural habitat here."

Nancy, a teacher from the city, faces her fear of the unknown to embrace nature with the help of WE. Read about her experience:
I was so scared of the jungle environment and now people come

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Miguel had to advocate for clean water and better health care after their teenage daughter passed away. Watch Miguel explain what a new water project and health clinic means to him.

#WEWalkforWater so that Miguel doesn’t have to. Donate Water: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Carlos Daquilema Ortiz is a Grade 6 graduate who wants the world for his kids. So when we showed up in his village, he worked side by side to build the first high school in his community. 'It is for you,' he told his children.
Read how the world has opened to his children: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Carlos Daquilema Ortiz is a Grade 6 graduate who wants the world

This dad helped build his kids’ school. Here’s why. - Track Your Impact

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Thank you for empowering mamas and their children. Your $25 donation in honour of mom provides a student with healthy lunches for a year: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Thank you for empowering mamas and their children Your 25 donation in

By planting cabbage she’s sowing the seeds for her family’s future - Track Your Impact

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With access to health care, mamas can not only see their kids grow and play- they can join in too! This is what your Mother's Day donation can do, bit.ly/2pxZTwk
With access to health care mamas can not only see their kids
Kenyan father Robert Mutai has changed his family’s future by taking on a leadership role in a new community farm. Find out how agricultural training gave him the tools to create change:
Kenyan father Robert Mutai has changed his familys future by taking on

How farming made this man feel like a father. - Track Your Impact

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Breaking barriers. Achieving dreams. Creating growth for the next generation. Your donation in honour of mom can mean that much more: [ We.org Link ] #WEareMakers
Breaking barriers Achieving dreams Creating growth for the next generation Your donation
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At 18, Toronto-based Sophie Stevens is already a savvy social entrepreneur. Read her story:
At 18 Torontobased Sophie Stevens is already a savvy social entrepreneur Read her story:

Sophie’s Choice: Be the change - One Cookbook at a Time. - Track Your Impact

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WE Villages is all about raising strong families. Honour your mom with a gift that empowers female farmers in developing communities to grow healthy food. Follow this link to see how your donation can make a difference: [ We.org Link ]
WE Villages is all about raising strong families Honour your mom with
When Griffen Saul's father passed away, this teen took action. He founded his own nonprofit to raise awareness around living with disabilities, and honoured his dad's legacy in the process. Read his inspiring story:
When Griffen Sauls father passed away this teen took action He founded

A son’s inspiring response to his father’s life-ending disability. - Track Your Impact

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More than just a gift, our Mother’s Day Rafikis give families in developing communities the gift of clean water. Follow this link to explore ways to honour your mom: [ Bit.ly Link ] #WEareMakers
More than just a gift our Mothers Day Rafikis give families in
Carla, a kindergarten teacher in Ecuador, worried about her students' safety in the classroom conditions she inherited. Then, the school joined forces with WE. Together, community members and ME to WE travellers worked to give the students the environment they deserved. See Carla's new classroom:
Carla a kindergarten teacher in Ecuador worried about her students safety in

A teacher sees her kindergarten classroom transformed. - Track Your Impact

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Joyce is the first female leatherworker in our atelier, paving the way for women of the future. She’s determined to show her two daughters that they can achieve anything they’re passionate about. When you donate to give a mom financial tools, you’re empowering her to achieve her dreams: [ We.org Link ] #WEareMakers
Joyce is the first female leatherworker in our atelier paving the way
Peninah Musanka wants to be a journalist to help her Kisaruni community make sense of the changing world. Every WE Villages donation helps turn wishes into reality for moms and girls. Read Peninah’s inspiring story. Give the gift of empowerment. #WEareMakers [ Bit.ly Link ]
Peninah Musanka wants to be a journalist to help her Kisaruni community