We provide professional women, our “Glow Exchangers,” with leadership training and service opportunities, while they provide sustainable resources to our underserved community partners. When Glow Exchangers give of themselves and receive even more support in return, giving and receiving become one truth. Learn more.
“Before, I could not talk to my daughter about menstruation and we did not know how to deal with hygiene. When she would menstruate she would miss school. Now we now how to face menstruation and we know that the things that she is experiencing are not abnormal. She can stay in school.”
“These programs have helped me deal with those suffering with AIDS with compassion. I can now encourage them to face their problems, seek help, and have hope to live the rest of their life as a happy person.”
“My husband used to get drunk and beat me. Through these classes I gained the courage and confidence to ask for help. Now with the help of my family, if my husband is drunk he stays away from home and no longer beats me.”
When women and girls have the freedom to learn, earn, and save, families become stronger both economically and socially, student numbers increase, agricultural productivity goes up, while rates of child marriage, teen pregnancy, and HIV/AIDS go down.
Women and girls therefore have a unique ability to transform lives and end the cycle of intergenerational poverty. Our Story.