Donors and Partners

boMake Rural Projects is grateful to its generous and supportive donors and partners.

Donors  

Dedicated organizations have supported our work over the years. Individual donors are not listed here but make a critical contribution. We thank you.

 

Gone Rural Swaziland, our founder, is a Swazi handcraft company inspired by more than 780 women weavers, which uses creativity and design to ignite change on a community level through ethical, handmade products.

 

Shopping for a Change®(SFAC), a web-based non-profit organization, is a fair trade marketplace where artisans, predominantly women from developing countries, sell their handmade creations, enabling them to earn a sustainable income and lift themselves from poverty. Our net proceeds fund community improvement projects abroad in our artisan communities, and U.S. nonprofits of our customer’s choice.

Voss Foundation funds access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene as a means to enable community-driven development in Sub-Saharan Africa and raising awareness of the ongoing need in the region.

We also thank MTN Bushfire, Positive Women-UK, The Foschini Group and Solon Foundation.

Partners

The collaboration and cooperation of our partners ensures the success of our projects.

Crossroads International works to create a more equitable and sustainable world by engaging and strengthening individuals, organizations and communities through mutual learning, solidarity and collective action.


Swaziland Action Group Against Abuse (SWAGAA)
is committed to the eradication of gender-based violence through prevention, care and support, access to justice and advocacy initiatives.

 


Swaziland Homeopathy Project 
provides affordable, integrated, holistic health services for women, men and children living with HIV in Eswatini.

 

We also thank the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, the Department of Environmental Health (Ministry of Health, Government of Eswatini), the Department of Water Affairs (Ministry of Natural Resources and Energy, Government of Eswatini), the Family Life Association of Swaziland (FLAS) and UNICEF Swaziland.

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