These products and sites make it easy to support women survivors of war. Proceeds support Women for Women International’s work. If you’re interested in how you can partner with us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since 2017, Women for Women International has been delighted to partner with female-founded fashion brand, ESCADA. To celebrate the appointment of musician Rita Ora as ESCADA’s new brand ambassador, and to continue our fantastic partnership, ESCADA and Rita Ora created a special edition of Escada’s Heart bag. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of each bag will be donated to our work helping women survivors of war rebuild their lives. Originally from Kosovo, Rita explains, “I am so delighted that we are partnering with Women for Women International. Their work in helping women in conflict zones become economically empowered is so important,” she says. “The best thing about the Heart Bag is the message behind it. That you can be who you want to be, challenge the rules and feel strong and confident doing so.”
Women for Women International is delighted to partner with Kendra Scott, a jewelry brand that believes the truest form of success is giving back in a meaningful way. 50% of the proceeds from Kendra Scott’s ‘Women Empowerment’ charm will be donated to our work helping women survivors of war rebuild their lives. The charm sits within a special suite of Kendra Scott charms called the ‘You Do Good’ collection. Each charm within the collection is dedicated to an important cause.
AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way to support us every time you shop online. On your first visit, select Women for Women International to receive donations before you begin shopping.
Women for Women International’s first ever recipe book. 100% of profits go to Women for Women International and help women in war-torn countries rebuild their lives.
Women for Women International's founder Zainab Salbi's latest book, If You Knew Me You Would Care, is a celebration of women's stories and strength worldwide.
Rwanda-based Gahaya Links Limited is a company centered around the simple principle of women's economic empowerment through fair-trade. Gahaya Links employs Women for Women International graduates trained in bead-making, basket-weaving, and sewing. Products are available at Macy's, Anthropologie, Crafting Africa's Future, 100 Good Deeds, SamSky, and others.
Since 2014, Sustainable Harvest and Women for Women International, with support from Bloomberg Philanthropies and the Government of Rwanda, have improved the livelihoods of 3,500 Women for Women International participants. These women farmers will grow more from their small plots of land, have access to international buyers, reduce their exposure to financial commodity risk, and improve the environmental sustainability of their communities.