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Rosie May Foundation

Org #42222
Vetted since 2017 Site Visit Verified
2004
year founded
$7,019
raised on GlobalGiving
2
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
Emma Davis
Emma Davis
Team
Mary Storrie, Sam Ellis
Organization Information
PO BOX 9440
Nottingham, NG13 0WQ
United Kingdom
01949358745

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #6258389783
Organization Information
PO BOX 9440
Nottingham, NG13 0WQ
United Kingdom
01949358745

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #6258389783

Project Reports

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Mar 23, 2020
How is COVID-19 affecting Project Hope?
Our single mum Tuk Tuk drivers in Sri Lanka have no work as schools are closed and people are being asked to stay at home . There is a curfew in place because of the COVID-19 virus.  Their...
Dec 26, 2019
Think Pink Project Update
BBC reports on the progress of the Think Pink Project in Sri Lanka which is lifting single mums out of poverty, keeping children out of orphanages and at home where they belong. Mums involved in the...
Sep 16, 2019
Sri Lankan women driving pink tuk-tuks
Meet the Sri Lankan women driving pink tuk-tuks in a man’s world Tourism in Sri Lanka took a huge dip after the Easter Sunday bombings, but that hasn’t stopped these single mothers...
 
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