Members are invited to vote for one of the following projects.
Voting closes at 23.59 CET (Central European Time) on 21 January 2019
The elected charity will be announced on 1 February 2019.
Vote here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VWBVZ6W
Managing charity name: Toutes à l’école NPO
Brief description of the project: Toutes à l’école NPO created Happy Chandara school in Phnom Penh Cambodia in 2006, to provide high-level education to underprivileged girls and accompany them until they get their first job. continue reading »
Download WiTR Charity nomination form
Members of WiTR are invited to nominate a specific project (not a charity) which will directly benefit women and/or children and which matches these requirements:
1. The proposed project must be nominated by a WiTR member
2. The proposed project must be managed by a registered charity with a clear and clean track record
3. The project must be an end-to-end project (e.g. classroom) or a quantifiable project (number of operations) that can be completed solely with funds raised by WiTR
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