Nothing melts my heart faster than a social good campaign, especially when it empowers women. The Sandals Foundation is incredible in all that they do to give back to the people of the Caribbean Islands, so it comes as no surprise that their latest initiative is to help empower women in the Caribbean. As such I’ve decided to donate my time to help raise awareness for this incredible campaign, and I am asking you to take a moment and check out the information below. As a bonus, anyone that donates at least $5 can download a special version of “Could you be loved and be loved?” recorded song by Cedella Marley, Bob Marley’s daughter, and 100% of your donation will go to empower women in the Caribbean.
Help Empower Women in the Caribbean with the Sandals Foundation
What is the WHOA (Women Helping Others Achieve) Initiative?
WHOA will be supporting existing as well as developing new programs across many industries and services including agriculture, education, community development and healthcare. Special attention will be given to programming aimed at youth, an obvious concern for mothers, critical to their own success. To that end, WHOA is committed to youth mentorship and sports opportunities in the Caribbean region.
About The Sandals Foundation and the WHOA Initiative
The Sandals Foundation, the non-profit arm of Sandals Resorts International, has partnered with Cedella Marley and The Bob Marley Foundation to support WHOA – a women’s empowerment program that supports females in under served communities in Jamaica and across the Caribbean. WHOA is an iconic multi-year relationship that brings together two of the Caribbean’s most influential brands to comprehensively address the social and economic empowerment of marginalized women in Jamaica and the Caribbean. Together, we will work to raise the level of awareness and provide women with the skills, resources and knowledge to bring sustainable change for themselves, their families and their community.
Consider making a donation in honor or memory of a special woman in your life. In whose honor or memory will you be making a donation?
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