We are committed to helping women gain independence and strengthen their communities through education, wellness, and trade.   
We do this through product development and sourcing, charitable contributions from every sale, and community work teaching yoga, breathing and meditation.
We give 10% of all sales to organizations with an emphasis on education of women.



Founded in 2004, Grace Outreach serves low-income women of all ages who seek to enhance their academic skills, pursue higher education and find employment. They began primarily as a GED education center, but  have grown into a successful larger organization offering classes, training, and academics for the equivalency test (now called the TASC), a college program assisting that works with students to start and graduate from college, and a full array of career services and events. With ongoing support, hundreds of women have earned their equivalency diplomas and moved on to higher educational goals, better career opportunities, and financial independence.



Women for Women brings women together in a safe space to learn life, business, and vocational skills. Once enrolled, each receives a monthly stipend – a vital support that enables her to participate. Women increase their ability to earn an income with new skills that are in-demand. They learn about their legal rights, and they become knowledgeable about health and nutrition. The result: stronger women, stronger families, and stronger communities. 

With more than 20 years of on-the-ground experience working with women in countries affected by conflict, Women for Women International understands that a comprehensive program addressing the social and economic empowerment of marginalized women is the most effective approach.


Engaging Men as Allies

 They have also learned that engaging men is instrumental in changing social and cultural norms that constrain women’s autonomy and decision-making. Since 2001, WfWI has trained more than 13,500 men to become allies and champions of the empowerment of women and girls.