We love to collaborate with those in support of women's empowerment, education, and awareness of gender-based violence.
Organizations we currently support.
The Eve Branson Foundation, http://evebransonfoundation.org.uk/
The Berbers of the Atlas Mountains of Morocco have a deep-rooted sense of community and traditions endure through their rich history. The Eve Branson Foundation’s ethos is to work hand in hand with these unique communities to help them thrive, preserving Berber traditions and culture and developing opportunities for educational enrichment and enterprise. There is a strong focus on empowerment and skills-building.
Since its beginnings, the Foundation has been dedicated to enhancing living standards in some of the most impoverished rural communities in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. Very often, villages here lack even the most basic amenities, illiteracy can be as high as 98% and girls leave school at 13. The mission of the Eve Branson Foundation is to improve the lives of young people living in the region through access to business, education and health care initiatives.
Career Wardrobe, http://careerwardrobe.org/
Mushmina is thrilled to announce our brilliant new collaboration with Career Wardrobe, a Philadelphia-based, non-profit organization whose heartfelt mission is to validate and encourage women in finding engaging employment by providing professional clothes and accessories. The non-profit also aids in providing essential training development opportunities for women in need. These vital steps have been crucial in helping hundreds of women find their way into the professional world with a much-needed boost of confidence and skills at the start. The Mushmina sisters gravitate towards supporting organizations that invest in women’s empowerment and independence, both in the United States and abroad. We are extremely proud to be a part of Career Wardrobe’s unique mission.
(bGw) is a Philadelphia based organization that empowers teenage girls through global education and travel. bGw challenges girls to think beyond their neighborhood, dream bigger than their city limits, and create possibilities outside their country borders.