Ways to Get Involved
Community engagement is key to creating meaningful change. We are always looking for passionate individuals who are committed to empowering women and girls in Uganda. By getting involved with WORI, you can make a tangible difference in the lives of those we serve. Whether you want to volunteer your time, donate to our cause, or advocate for women’s rights, we have opportunities for you to make a positive impact. Explore our page to learn more about how you can get involved and join us in our mission to create a better world for women and girls.
We have various volunteer opportunities available for those who are passionate about women’s empowerment and community development. Our volunteers have the chance to work alongside our staff and community partners on initiatives such as educational programs, health campaigns, microfinance projects, and advocacy efforts. If you are interested in volunteering with WORI, please visit our Volunteer page to learn more about our available opportunities and application process.
Donations are an essential part of our work at WORI, and they allow us to continue to provide vital services and resources to the women and youth we serve. Your contribution can help fund our initiatives, such as microfinance programs, health campaigns, and educational initiatives. We are grateful for any donations, no matter the size, and appreciate your support in advancing our mission. To make a donation to WORI, please visit our Donations page to learn more about our various giving options.
At WORI, we strive to advocate for women’s rights and gender equality on a local, national, and international level. We believe that advocacy efforts are crucial in raising awareness of the issues that affect women and empowering them to advocate for themselves. You can support our advocacy efforts by becoming an advocate for WORI and women’s rights. Visit our Advocacy page to learn more about how you can get involved in our advocacy initiatives and be part of the change we want to see in our communities.