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Rosie May Foundation

Org #42222
Vetted since 2017 Site Visit Verified
2004
year founded
$9,056
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

The Rosie May Foundation is an international charity with a strategy to help families and children in crisis, especially women and girls. Our work at grassroots level is a practical hands on approach which allows vulnerable people to have a voice and importantly, a choice, in their own future. The Rosie May Foundation is a small charity with a big vision which aims to: Re-unite and reintegrate children by strengthening families to become self-sustainable and prevent abandonment of babies and children. Maintain truly innovative and meaningful projects for children and young adults in crisis that are fundamentally sustainable and ethical, by developing effective community relations to unders... read more

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Team
Mary Storrie, Sam Ellis
Organization Information
PO BOX 9440
Nottingham, NG13 0WQ
United Kingdom
01949358745
Organization Information
PO BOX 9440
Nottingham, NG13 0WQ
United Kingdom
01949358745

Project Reports

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Jun 1, 2021
Single Mum Tuk Tuk Drivers back in Lockdown
Sadly, our single mum tuk tuk drivers are back in Lockdown. This second wave of Covid19 is far more devastating than the first one last year. Infection rates are higher and hospitals over...
Jan 15, 2021
The Road to Recovery Post Pandemic
2020 has been an unpredictable and challenging year for our female tuk tuk drivers and their families. Like many, they have faced hunger, loss of income, disruption to education and their livelihood...
Sep 18, 2020
Powering through the Pandemic
What did lockdown mean for our mum drivers? Living through lockdown has been tough for our female drivers because they are daily workers. When Sri Lanka went into lockdown their income abruptly...
 
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