The mission of Women Like Us Foundation is to bring together those of like mind and spirit who want to leave the world a better place by lifting up the work of women around the world.
Women Like Us Foundation is a 501c3 public charity dedicated to supporting and creating awareness of women's charitable leadership by helping women who are creating change in the world. The mission is accomplished in a number of ways; raising funds in support of women-led causes around the world, supporting these women through humanitarian travel and volunteering and supporting teen girls in a path toward develop themselves as future women leaders.
OUR GOAL? TO RAISE FUNDS AND SUPPORT WOMEN CHAMPIONED CAUSES
MEET LINDA RENDLEMAN, OUR FOUNDER/ CEO
"WOMEN ARE SPEAKING UP FOR THE NEEDS OF THE VULNERABLE BOTH LOCALLY AND GLOBALLY"
Through donating funds, volunteering & creating awareness, we are helping them sustain their missions and continue their work. Some of the ways in which funds will be used:
Our Impact on India, Costa Rica, Ugnada
Ramana's Garden Orphanage we provided grants for building a girls dormitory
Shanti Uganda Birthing Center we provided grants for birthing center, midwife and birthing kits.
Costa Rica El Yue Women's Center we provided grants for new library, computers and school supplies.
Carbon Elementary School in Costa Rica we provided grants for textbooks, painted building, construction, provided electrical upgrades and a well for clean water and English teacher salaries.
Our Impact In Africa
Olmalaika Home for Girls suffering from FGM.
We raised funds for a clean water tank.
N A Noel School We built 3 latrines, supplied lunches, and medical assistance for the children and food.
Victorious Teens Bridge
We donated school supplies, sanitary pads and toothbrushes/toothpaste and issued a grant for developmental resources and field trips for teens to help them understand the world of work and understanding self-sustaining futures.
Contact Us for more information on how you can get involved
Linda Rendleman, CEO and Cofounder of Women Like Us Foundation and her daughter Catt Sadler of E! News. Photo courtesy of Women Like Us.org