HOW TO DONATE
Donations to Dare Women's Foundation are facilitated by the Dorobo Fund of Tanzania. To donate, visit their page at https://www.dorobofund.org/donate/. You can donate by credit card, check, or money order. Please remember to select "DARE Women's Foundation" when making your donation.
*About Dorobo Fund: The Dorobo Fund of Tanzania is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization licensed in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. The Dorobo Fund tax ID # is 41-1875830. All donations are tax-deductible. To learn more about Dorobo Fund visit dorobofund.org
While DWF's main asset is people, it also requires funding to keep the day to day operations and projects running. For example, one of the biggest costs that DWF incurs is transportation and gathering the supplies necessary to run all of our projects.
Other costs include medical costs, financing entrepreneurial goals, helping children attend school, helping bring women to court for rape/domestic violence cases, and other day to day expenses such as electricity and rent for office space. We rely on our generous supporters to provide the funding necessary to keep our projects and foundation growing and improving. Whether you are a company or individual looking to fundraise or make a donation, check out how the Dare Women's Foundation can put your money to use.
OTHER DONATION TYPES
In addition to monetary donations, we accept in-kind donations as well. Any school supplies, books, yarn, fabric, ink cartridges, usable technology or electronics, arts and crafts supplies, medicine or health related items, household items, laptops or other practical items can be donated to DWF. If you have these types of items, please submit a contact form describing the items, how much you have, where you are located, and relatively how much they weigh. We will then reply letting you know the best way to get the items to Tanzania.
WHERE WILL YOUR DONATION GO?
You can provide a woman with reusable pads for a year with:
You can provide conservation, nutrition, business or feminine hygiene training for one person with:
You can cover transportation cost for a woman bringing a case of domestic violence, rape, etc. to court with:
You can provide average medical treatment to a woman with an infection with:
You can provide safari and conservation education for students to learn about the importance of their natural resources, such as land, and how to conserve them with:
You can provide seeds, water and training for a family to start an organic garden, as well as continued education about how to sell their vegetables:
You can provide increased and updated supplies for projects such as sanitary napkin (pad) production, entrepreneurship skills and many more. These supplies include sewing machines, fabric cutters, fabric for pads, storage and much more: