House visit Workshop Photo 2 Workshop photo 1 Project Budget

NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOUNDED, WIDOWED AND ORPHANS OF WAR, INC.

Org #26304
Vetted since 2014
2012
year founded
$10,186
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

NOW-WOW is organized exclusively for the charitable purpose of providing new opportunities for permanently wounded, widowed and orphans of war among the war-affected Tamil communities in the Northern and Eastern provinces of Sri Lanka. NOW-WOW conceives, plans, and implements income generating projects for said war victims. Such opportunities include, but not limited to, education, nutritional support, skill development, micro-credit facilities and development of small scale industries.

Projects (1)

 
Project Leaders
Chris James
Chris James
NOW WOW Board Member Project Coordinator
NOW WOW Board Member Project Coordinator
Team
Suba Suntharalingam, Christy K James, Gerard R Francis, Muthuvel Chelliah, Vigi Pathmanathan, Darren M Nathan
Organization Information
http://www.nowwow.org
Facebook Page
Twitter Profile
11 Forest St
Winchester, MA 01890
United States
(617) 286 4794

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 0410288795
Organization Information
http://www.nowwow.org
Facebook Page
Twitter Profile
11 Forest St
Winchester, MA 01890
United States
(617) 286 4794

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 0410288795

Project Reports

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Apr 17, 2018
Workshops for special needs children
Now Wow organized workshops targeted to help children affected by ADHD, Dyslexia, Autism, Down’s syndrome, MR and other disabilities. The workshop also aimed to inform parents and give them...
Nov 21, 2017
Progress Report November 2017
We started our next batch of the ‘Leaders for Tomorrow‘ program on the 6th of August. From 26 schools all over Kilinochchi and Mullaitheevu districts we selected 40 students...
Aug 8, 2017
Progress Report August 2017
Now Wow partnered with the YMCA Folk High School to aid 19 students through a scholarship program. The goal of the program was to help make these students more focused, responsible, active and...
 
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