Thanks to the Portsmouth News

February 1, 2011

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:

There was even a photoshoot at the beach, it was all very surreal – the photo was meant to symbolise me looking towards places afar….from Portsmouth!

Is the horizon wonky or was it me?


Finally… 1132931

December 6, 2009

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 apply to become a fully fledged charity with the Charity Commission and this is what we are now.

Hooray!  The process has been quite long and many signatures and documents have been required but we are through it and can now write:

Registered Charity No. 1132931

on everything!

WWR now on Ebay

April 21, 2009

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 Nepal where even the smallest amounts go a long way; for instance just £10 can pay a woman’s rent for a month giving her a home.

To find out more, or to see the items that are currently on sale to benefit us please go to:

As they say on ebay “Thanks for looking”!

Trustees Meeting

January 18, 2009

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 comment here or e-mailing

One Life So Far

January 9, 2009
The story behind Anna’s part in setting up the charity Women Without Roofs can be found on a website called, 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 on it, either on the OneLifeSoFar website or here, that would be very much appreciated.


Anna and her husband Simon in Nepal

Anna and her husband Simon in Nepal

Welcome to Women Without Roofs – Nepal

December 9, 2008

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.

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