Free The Children
01/16/2017 at 18:14. Facebook
This is Mama Nancy. She owns a household farm and has a recent addition to the family. Cheseget, is a dairy cow that is not only providing enough milk for Mama Nancy and her family, but she’s also an additional income source. Check out their morning activities here: [ Link ]
Olga reminds us that when women are empowered, they gain the courage to transform their own lives, and the lives around them. In Ecuador’s Amazon rainforest, Olga and many other women have become leaders. By learning skills such as financial literacy, small-business management, and public speaking they can provide for their families and make investments that last a lifetime. Read Olga’s full...
View details ⇨
Let’s continue our spirit of giving to transform the lives of children all over the world, because every child deserves an education. When a child is educated, they gain the tools to break the cycle of poverty and revitalize their community. Donate today: [ Link ]
Happy New Year! Thank you for putting smiles on faces and changing the lives of those in our communities. The impacts you made in 2016 will have a life-changing effect in 2017 and the years to come. We’re excited to see how you will continue to help make a difference in 2017!
2016 was a year of incredible change, and we can’t wait to see what’s in store for 2017! We know that when we work together, we’re stronger. What will your impact be this new year? Start your year strong, and donate by Dec. 31 to get a 2016 tax receipt: [ Link ]
End your year by making a transforming impact for a family in need! You can give a lifetime of good health and cheer by providing a family with clean drinking water. #WEBelieve clean water isn’t a luxury, it’s a basic right that everyone deserves. Take action by donating today: [ Link ]
Build a brighter 2017 for those in need.

Donate today: [ Link ]
Happy holidays from all of us at WE! Thank you for making an impact with us this year, and thank you for changing the lives in our WE Villages communities. Your donations and gifts this year alone will make a major difference in developing countries, a difference that will last a lifetime.
We’re on our last day of #12DaysOfImpact! You still have time to make real change around the world. For all of your last-minute gifting needs, think “goat.” Think opportunity. With a goat, a bundle of animals and a start-up kit, you’re giving a developing community nourishment, income and the tools to succeed. Donate the gift of opportunity: [ Link ] #WEBelieve #12DaysOfImpact
On a community farm in Pimbiniet, Kenya, our team joined 43-year-old Janet Molel for a hands-on lesson in cabbage-planting, and to learn how this enterprising farmer is sowing the seeds of her family’s future. Today her family’s farm is thriving. They sell their surplus food, and trade extra vegetables with neighbors. Make this success story possible for others. Donate good food: [ Link...
View details ⇨
Meet Yessenia. Pregnant with her first child, the clinic she wanted to go to was too far away, so she had to rely on a local clinic that was dusty, dirty and didn’t have proper electricity. During her pregnancy, a new clinic was rebuilt in her community. Her baby was able to be born in a safe, clean clinic and lead a healthy life. Donate health today to make more of these stories possible: [...
View details ⇨
This is Wilma. Her dream was to become a dress-maker, but she was pulled out of school at the age of 12 to work on the family farm. Today, she has four children and encourages them to finish their education. She hopes that when they are finished, she can go back too. This holiday season, make an impact by allowing more children to finish school so that they can follow their dreams and...
View details ⇨
Meet Daisy. She’s probably the hardest working 25-year-old in Kenya. She never graduated high school, but that hasn’t stopped her from amassing land, goats, chickens, cows, and most importantly, a secondary school education for her younger sisters. Read her full story here: [ Link ]
There’s no English equivalent for the Kichwa word, “minga.” A minga is a call to action, it’s asking the community to mobilize and come together towards a common goal. This community in Ecuador has mobilized to help build a new classroom, one that is needed as the school continues to expand and grow. Watch the minga unfold here: [ Link ]
#WEBelieve access to clean water is not only one of the quickest and most effective ways to break the cycle of poverty, it’s a basic human right. When a family has easy access to clean, safe water for cleaning and drinking, their health and well-being is transformed. Give the gift of water and make an impact. Donate today: [ Link ] #12DaysOfImpact
Meet Magdalene, 20. She is a legend in her community and one of only six people from her rural village to go to post-secondary school. Today, Magdalene is now a primary school teacher at the WE Villages school she graduated from. This holiday season, help more children enter Magdalene’s classroom and gain the knowledge and opportunity to transform their lives, families and communities forever....
View details ⇨