Having first told you about our plans to open a second women’s home last November, we have finally found somewhere suitable, and we began leasing it two weeks ago. We are delighted. Please click here to read our latest newsletter and see photos of our new home. The newsletter also contains information about how we […]
Read More … and then there were two!
WWR enjoyed another successful committee meeting today. We had some tricky issues to discuss and we hope we made some good plans to deal with them. I’ll write more about these issues in our next newsletter.
Read More Sometimes tricky situations can unite a team
Just over two weeks ago, our residential ladies moved to a new women’s home. It’s perfect for us and has fantastic views. Here are some shots that Bina took from the office on the first floor. The landlord at our previous home gave us notice a few months ago as he wanted to sell his […]
Read More Look at our new home!
Our chair of trustees, Anna Townsend, has been short-listed for a Rising Star award in the Not-For-Profits category. The award is now open to a public vote, and we’d be grateful for your support. Can you spot her in the photo? Please click here to vote.
Read More We’d be grateful for your vote
We are very grateful to the Portsmouth News for printing a second fuller article about the work of Women Without Roofs, please take the time to read it on their website: http://www.portsmouth.co.uk/lifestyle/tn2-saturday/a-weekend-with/providing_help_for_women_without_roofs_1_2340658 There was even a photoshoot at the beach, it was all very surreal – the photo was meant to symbolise me looking towards […]
Read More Thanks to the Portsmouth News
At long last we finally have our charity number. Yes, I know what you are thinking, isn’t WWR a charity already? Well we are, but because we have been rather small until now, we have only been registered with HMRC as a charity for tax purposes. Only charities of a certain size (i.e. level of income) can […]
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Sellers on Ebay can now choose to support Women Without Roofs through their sales. Ebay gives the option for 10 to 100% of an item’s final sale price to be donated to charity and now WWR is among those charities that can benefit. This is great news as all money raised by WWR goes to […]
Read More WWR now on Ebay
The trustees of WWR are meeting this week in Devon, England to discuss tons of issues related to the running of the charity and how to take it forward. If there is anything you would like them to discuss or if you have any comment about WWR, please let us know either by leaving a […]
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The story behind Anna’s part in setting up the charity Women Without Roofs can be found on a website called http://www.onelifesofar.org.uk, please take a look at it. Her story includes miscarriages, a move to Nepal and her attempts to understand suffering, we hope it is of interest. If you can find time to leave a comment […]
Read More One Life So Far
Welcome to the Women Without Roofs – Nepal website, we are a charity based in England that supports needy women in Nepal. This page gives you all of our latest news; if you would like to read more general information about the charity, please see the ‘About Us’ page.
Read More Welcome to Women Without Roofs – Nepal