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MADRE's mission is to advance women's human rights by meeting urgent needs in communities and building lasting solutions to the crises women face. MADRE works towards a world in which all people enjoy the fullest range of individual and collective human rights; in which resources are shared equitably and sustainably; in which women participate effectively in all aspects of society; and in which people have a meaningful say in policies that affect their lives. MADRE's vision is enacted with an understanding of the inter-relationships between the various issues we address and by a commitment to working in partnership with women at the local, regional and international levels who share our goals.
The Afiya Center's (TAC) mission is to serve Black womxn and girls by transforming their relationship with their sexual and reproductive health through addressing the consequences of reproductive oppression. We aim to achieve our mission through providing refuge. education, and resources. TAC is the only Reproductive Justice (RJ) organization in North Texas founded and directed by Black women. Our center is taking part in the greater fight to provide every woman with their right to health care.
Days for Girls is turning periods into pathways: We increase access to menstrual care and education by developing global partnerships, cultivating Social Entrepreneurs, mobilizing volunteers and innovating sustainable solutions that shatter stigma and limitations for women and girls.
Invisible Girl Project's mission is to END GENDERCIDE (the systematic killing of females) in India. Invisible Girl Project raises global awareness concerning the loss of female lives in India, pursues justice for lives lost, empowers women, and assists Indian partners in the rescue of and care for vulnerable Indian girls.
The Foundation's goal is to provide the ultimate environment for a child to become their best in all areas of their life, including academic, athletic, interpersonal skills, leadership, as a mentor, and someone willing to be mentored. They hope to arm children with a variety of ways to grow intellectually, spiritually, physically, and in their relationships with themselves and others. Their program is designed to go deeper into the subjects of life, excellence, and how to pursue happiness. In the end, our long-term goal is to help them become professionals in life, to find peace of mind, so they can share this wisdom with their families, friends, and communities as leaders and examples of extraordinary living and happiness.
Their Mission "We believe that no one should go without menstrual care. Everything we do, we believe in ending the social stigma and taboos surrounding menstruation. The way we make a difference is by providing menstrual hygiene kits to those that would otherwise go without. We are a movement, join us! #HappyPeriod is a social movement of girlfriends providing menstrual hygiene kits to the homeless. Our initiative supports anyone with a monthly cycle, that is homeless and/or living in poverty. We are inclusive to veterans, disable, LGBT, women, and even non-binary."
VPIA was formed in 2013 to continue the work of its legacy organization, The Virtues Project, which was founded in 1988. The mandate of VPIA is to promote the principles, practices and strategies of TVP throughout the world; providing encouragement, support and guidance to individuals, families, organizations, communities, regions and nations seeking to make virtue a part of their everyday life; and by providing programs and materials in support of these efforts. The mission of TVP is to inspire people of all cultures to remember who we really are and to live by our highest values. TVP empowers individuals to live more authentic meaningful lives, families to raise children of compassion and integrity, educators to create safe, caring, and high performing learning communities, and leaders to encourage excellence and ethics in the workplace.