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Celebrating International Women’s Day

Posted by Claudia Mollzahn on

Pop Up Shop and Cafe at the Creative Bubble


Well worth all the hard work from everyone!!! Women4Resources made enough money to keep 3 girls in school in Kenya for six months. The Women’s Refugee and Asylum group did even better. As a result of our Pop Up Event the group got a donation of £ 2000 for travel expenses to make sure that members can continue to attend meetings. We have already been asked when we will do it again and we have our thinking caps on. Although we started with the main aim to do fundraising the outcomes of the 3 days were much more than money. All volunteers said that they enjoyed themselves and we truly did have a diverse group of women all working together.




Hurray for Volunteers

Posted by Claudia Mollzahn on
Hurray for Volunteers

Excellent Volunteers

Happy volunteers.

The Pop Up Shop was manned by volunteers who were very enthusiastic and managed to get customers to buy loads of stuff.

The food cooked by the Swansea Women’s Asylum and Refugee Support Group proved very popular.



W4R spreads the word in Yorkshire

Posted by Val Jones on

Soroptomists’ Generous Gift

Every day’s an adventure!  I finally delivered £50 to the office from the lovely Soroptomist ladies of Richmondshire.  I had been there on 9th March to tell them about the wonderful work done by W4R in co-operation with Reaching Out Changing Lives in Vihiga, Kenya.

They were delighted to hear about our work and invited W4R to meet with their delegates when they come to Cardiff for their annual conference in October.

Working in Partnership


Posted by Claudia Mollzahn on

WOMEN4RESOURCES was awarded two United Nations Gold Star Awards.

The first for LEARNING LINKS with Swansea and Vihiga, Kenya.
The second for PARTNERSHIP LINKS between Swansea and Paynesville, Liberia.


W4R was the only group to receive two commendations in the presence of First Minister, The Rt. Hon Carwyn Jones AM and the Former Environment Minister, Jane Davidson.

The First Minister said:

I am continually impressed by the dedication of the Wales-Africa community links groups “.


W4R thanks go to those who have volunteered for us in Africa with ROCL, Kenya and CWFP4 Liberia including:

Nonn Vaughan,

Angela Gorman,

Jennifer Twelvetrees,

Councillor  Yvonne Jardine,

Councillor Erika Kirchner,

Linda Mages,

Leslie Thomas,

Clare Twelvetrees,

Angela Howarth,

Marie Howarth.