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Empowering disadvantaged women, girls and communities through education

Meet the students

“I was afraid I might have to drop out from school. But now thanks to the scholarship I was granted, I can continue my education and be able to help my family”

Ujunwa, student at Lantana College of hospitality, Nigeria.

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Agreeing to disagree: a guide to discussing media and migration

How can we analyse, respond to and understand how migration and power are portrayed in the media? At our recent workshop, we found out.

Pride, Prejudice and Difficult Conversations

What are the difficult conversations we need to have in order to cultivate real social integration in the UK? A report back from our recent workshop explains.

What does good classroom design mean for disadvantaged learners?

Christina Kalachani investigates empowering spaces - one of the ‘five pillars’ of our work - from an educational neuroscience perspective.

Education & good work – the tools to overcome child labour?

On World Day Against Child Labour, we explore the power of good work to prevent hardship, support education and break the cycle of poverty.

News & events

5-10th March 2018 - Run for Guatemala... in Guatemala!

Travel, volunteer and run (or walk!) to support Wonder Foundation's project in Guatemala.

Brandenburg Choral Festival concert in support of Wonder Foundation

A fabulous concert in City of London on Saturday 4th November in aid of our work to empower women and girls through education.

The Wonder Ball at the Lansdowne Club

Tickets for the Wonder Ball are now on sale! Join us for a spectacular evening at the elegant Lansdowne Club and raise vital funds for women's education.

Support for Mexican Families Affected by the Earthquake

Wonder Foundation is raising money for our partners in Mexico, Colegio Montefalco in Jonacatepec,  Morelos, is a school set up to give education to women and girls with few opportunities and was not far from the earthquake's epicentre. The church next to the school is partially destroyed. The school will need repairs and the girls and their families have immediate needs, many of their homes destroyed or unsafe. We want to help them to get back on their feet.