When I agreed to serve on the GWP Steering Committee in 2007, I didn’t really know what I was getting into. I had a vague notion of what GWP was all about, but there was one main reason that I said yes: my mother had been on the steering committee. My mom doesn’t go for glory or fluff, she spends time doing meaningful things with the people she loves and in service to justice throughout the world. So I trusted that GWP would be a valuable way to contribute to the Church of the Brethren and women, children and communities all over the globe.
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West Alexandria, OH 45381-1243Include your name and recipient’s name and address. You may also make memorial donations, which are honored here. Send your requests right away for an on-time gift for your mother, but Nan will respond to each request she gets whenever she gets it. Mothers, whether they grumble or not, know that your gratitude is better late than never!
As you seek to strengthen your own families and communities, filled with loving and healthy children, consider using GWP’s Children’s Giving Project in Sunday school or VBS or summer camp. You can get everything you need on our website, or we can mail you a CD of the materials.
This educational initiative of Global Women’s Project seeks to introduce children to the learning, giving, and growing nature of empowerment work!
Through this curriculum, children will learn about the country and children of Uganda, as well as about their own lives in the United States. They will have a chance to give their resources to support the work children, women, and men, are doing in Uganda. They will also have the opportunity to grow generous spirits and a feeling of connection to children around the world.
Money raised through the Children’s Giving Project will support GWP’s work with SITEAW in Uganda, which educates girls and strengthens communities, as well as our other project partners.
On behalf of GWP –
Anna Lisa Gross