What is Global Women’s Project?

Rooted in the Church of the Brethren, GWP seeks to educate about wealth, power and oppression, encouraging one another to live more simply, being mindful of our luxuries, and join in empowerment with women around the world, sharing resources with women’s initiatives. Read more about GWP and our founding in 1978.


Newsletter Correction: We hope that you are enjoying the 2020 edition of Global Women’s Project Global Links newsletter!
We have an important correction to share. Unfortunately, there was a small typo in the address on the return envelope that was enclosed. If you haven’t already sent your envelope, please update the street number to 5315 36th Avenue South. If you already sent your envelope and it gets returned to you, please resend it with the update. Our apologies for any inconvenience!
Thank you so much for your understanding and your support of GWP!

Celebrate Mother’s Day by Honoring Women
Global Women’s Project invites you to honor your mother and other women who have nurtured you through the Mother’s Day Gratitude Project . Instead of buying more stuff, express your gratitude as you support women’s empowerment throughout the world. Your chosen recipients receive lovely, hand-written cards indicating that gifts have been made in their honor, with a brief description of GWP.

Our 2020 Mother’s Day Celebration Project honorees in memorium: 

Bonnie Kline-Smeltzer
-Beverly Kline (Mother)
-Belinda Kline Good (Sister)
-Elizabeth Kline Smeltzer (Daughter)
-Rebecca Good Reynolds (Niece)

Shirley Braner
-Helen Freeman (Mother)

Emily Mumma
-Elsie Harley
-Eileen Sexton
-Ruth Funderburg Botkin

Ardalia Wade
-Mattie Jackson
-Minva Reid

Marlene Neher
-Marie Smith Moats (Mother)
-Mary Margaret Smith (Grandmother)
-Wava Long Neher (Mother-In-Law)
-Vera Gilbert Moats (Grandmother)
-Clara Thompson Moats (Grandmother)

Marcia Sowles
-Maxine Sowles (Mother)

Kathleen Hepner 
-Nettie Schneider
-Mildred Hepner

Phil Miller
-Ellen Divine Miller
-Mary Wine Fruth
-Dorothy Shaeffer Miller Saylor