We invited leaders and students from our partner programmes in Nigeria and the UK to share their experience of learning online during the pandemic.
Project GROW kicked off in Lagos with a 5-day workshop on how to create strong young women−led youth organisations.
Thanks to our generous donors we raised £49,846 at the WONDER Ball 2019. Together, we will be lighting many candles for women and girls around the world.
How can we inspire young women and girls to be leaders and agents of change in their own lives and in their communities?
Join us for WONDER’s fourth annual fundraising gala at the Lansdowne Club, Mayfair.
WONDER Foundation is fortunate enough that its partner programs are run by some truly incredible women and the magnitude of their work is incredible.
On 5 February in the Houses of Parliament, London, three SEE-ME youth campaigns were launched at the event ‘Modern Slavery: Past, Present & Future’, hosted by Sarah Champion MP. More than 200 people gathered together to discuss how to end modern slavery and human trafficking. The event championed youth advocacy by providing young people with […]
Thank you to everyone who came to support us at our Family Fundraising Concert in aid of our Nigerian Partner, Wavecrest College.