WIN’s Women Empowerment Fund provides scholarships to individuals and funding to projects that can improve lives and enable economic and individual empowerment. Knowing that we are stronger when we join together, WIN has donated 3-5% of its income each year to women’s causes through the WIN fund, which also receives contributions from individuals and companies. Despite our small size we have awarded more than 1,000 scholarships and supported numerous initiatives. We welcome you to make a difference by making a contribution.

WIN Empowerment fund


Individuals and organisations that have contributed to the Fund.

Special Projects

Support to special projects targeting issues faced by women.


Evaluation and criteria for applicants considered by WIN.


Application process and requirements for a Scholarship.

Organizations We Support


Global Foundation for Women and Development


Daughters of Kenya


Global Foundation for Women and Development is based in Accra, Ghana. It is an activist group that aims to provide a platform for the socio-economic empowerment and development of women. The group mentors younger women to help them achieve more for themselves and support their communities.

Daughters of Kenya is a non-profit organization working towards improving the lives of vulnerable girls and young mothers in Kenya. They work to ensure that every orphaned and vulnerable girl is able to experience the love and security that only a family can provide. Their mission focuses on education, ending violence against children and economic sustainability.

WIN provides support to special projects targeting issues faced by women and girls around the world. These have included a school project in Sierra Leone, conferences and events to empower women in Cameroon, initiatives with schoolgirls in India, and community projects in Maison Shalom, Burundi. Some of these projects have been initiated by past scholarship winners who gain inspiration and tools to accelerate their work at WIN.


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