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Global Women’s Fund Donation

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Levels of Giving

Your gift makes the world of difference to the life of a dedicated and academically qualified Anglican woman.

World-wide Anglican Circle $5,000 and above
Bishops’ Circle $1,000—$4,900
Diocesan Circle $500—$999
Global Women’s Circle $100—$499
Friends' Circle $5—$99
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To donate by check

Make your check payable to:
Episcopal Diocese of New York
Memo: Global Women’s Fund

And send to:
Episcopal Diocese of New York,
Ms. Sharon Luke,
1047 Amsterdam Avenue,
New York, NY 10025

Global Women's Fund Contact

Ms. Sharon Luke
Global Women’s Fund Liaison, Receptionist

Office: 212-932-7326
[email protected]

Educating Anglican Women Across the World

The Global Women’s Fund was founded in 2004 by Bishop Catherine S. Roskam in response to a global need to empower women and promote gender equality. As of June 2019, the Fund has supported the higher education of 60 Anglican women in diverse fields and offered grants to 20 seminars that have lifted women and girls into leadership. Higher education changes the lives of women, their families, their communities, and the world.

Questions about the Global Women’s Fund?

Please contact:

Ms. Sharon Luke
Global Women’s Fund Liaison, Receptionist

Office: 212-932-7326
[email protected]

Technical problems with your donation?

Please email [email protected].

 

My education has changed my life. I have developed self- confidence and self-respect. I have peace and happiness because I chose a noble profession. Though I have some struggles and fear starting my career, I’m confident that I can take my family to a good position. My family and people surrounding me believe in my knowledge and empathy that I’ll be able to serve them to the best of my ability. They believe that health problems don’t matter anymore since we have a doctor in our family. Further, we thought that MBBS [Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery] was like a rich people’s profession and now that thought has been erased by me, thanks to the support of Global Women’s Fund.

Dr. Revathy, India, Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery