Jega tuk tuk driver renuka tuk tuk driver dilta single mum driver Think Pink Drivers with Founder Mary Storrie 2022

Rosie May Foundation

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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
Mary Storrie
Organization Information
PO BOX 9440
Nottingham, NG13 0WQ
United Kingdom
Organization Information
PO BOX 9440
Nottingham, NG13 0WQ
United Kingdom

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Jul 19, 2022
Single Mum Drivers in Crisis - Sri Lanka
Our sngle mum tuk tuk taxi drivers find themselve, through no fault of their own, in crisis once again. The impact of the much publicised economic crisis means no fuel for tuk tuks, no work, no...
Feb 22, 2022
Post-pandemic strategy
After two years of being unable to visit Think Pink in Sri Lanka due to the global pandemic the long wait was finally over! For Founder, Mary Storrie and our mum drivers it was an emotional reunion....
Oct 7, 2021
Re-building lives post-pandemic
The fourth wave of Covid-19 has been the most devastating for our women drivers in Sri Lanka. Not only have their daily wages been abruptly stopped once again, but the recent food shortage of basic...
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