April 8, 2016
Voss Foundation’s Sixth Annual Women Helping Women Boston
A luncheon to improve the lives of African women and their communities by providing access to clean water, sanitation, and hygiene; and to celebrate global female empowerment.
When & Where
Wednesday, June 8th
12:00PM African Bazaar opens I 12:30PM Luncheon
Boston College Club
100 Federal Street, 36th Floor
Mistress of Ceremonies
Kimberly Bookman,TV Reporter, WHDH-TV
Women Helping Women Honoree
Committee (In formation)
Amy Canepa Donahue
Melanie Fraser Hart
Thanks to our sponsors:
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Voss Foundation is dedicated to providing access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene as a means to enable community-driven development in Sub-Saharan Africa, and raising awareness of the ongoing need in the region. Founded by the directors of VOSS of Norway ASA as an independent 501(c)(3), Voss Foundation has offices in New York and Oslo. Since our inception in 2008, Voss Foundation has funded 150 water access points and 462 sanitation facilities in Kenya, Mali, Ethiopia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Liberia, Swaziland, and Uganda.
WOMEN HELPING WOMEN
Women Helping Women (WHW) is a Voss Foundation global, grassroots initiative that brings together champions of clean water to improve the lives of women and their communities worldwide. The WHW network has already funded 32 water access points and 291 sanitation facilities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Liberia, Swaziland, and Uganda. When circumstances permit, WHW donors have the unique opportunity to travel to project sites and meet the women and communities they have helped. In addition to Women Helping Women Boston, 2016 WHW events are planned for the Hamptons and New York City.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Kristyn Noeth, Interim Chair; Amy Harclerode, President; Jan Eystein Saeboe, Treasurer; Belinda B. Kielland, Secretary; Knut Brundtland; Robert (Tenny) Field; Charlot Malin; Sanjay Rawal
Caitlin Rackish, Program Director; Anette Krosby, European Representative; Cecilie Malm Brundtland, European Representative