Join us for a festive evening of carols and mulled wine at the elegant 1 Chelsea Embankment to raise vital funds for women's education.
What an exciting few months it's been for us here at Wonder with relocating our office to Brixton, celebrating the success of our Wonder Ball, hosting our first few SEE-ME events, and of course looking forward to Christmas, which I'm sure you're eagerly anticipating as well!
We're delighted to announce the establishment of the Red:GLOW network. Earlier this week, partners came together in London to share ideas for empowering disadvantaged young women and planning our work for the next two years.
Would you like to take your ideas and campaigns further? Do you want the opportunity to get your voice and ideas heard?
We're delighted to announce that our stunning Christmas cards are back again and now available to order at only £5 per pack of 10!
Our annual Wonder Ball was back again for the third year running all in aid of celebrating and raising funds for our work to empower women and girls through education.
Wonder Foundation is delighted to be working with the Centre for the Study of Modern Slavery to deliver a FREE event for young people on combating slavery.
“Home for all. Wavecrest for me is home for all.” Wonder’s Nigeria and Vocational Training Advisor, Belinda Nwosu, recently sat down with us to discuss her uplifting experience of working as a lecturer and academic administrator at Wavecrest College of Hospitality for over 14 years.
Join us for a spectacular evening at the elegant Lansdowne Club and raise vital funds for women's education.
Wonder has been collaborating with our partner school, Colegio Montefalco, to help support the rebuilding of homes for families affected by the earthquake that hit Mexico on the 19th September 2017.
We're delighted to share progress pictures from our rebuild project in Guatemala to help resettle some of the thousands of displaced families made homeless after the volcanic eruption earlier in the year.
It's been a long time since we've been in touch via newsletter – it's been a busy few months for us here in the office with lots of exciting new changes, including an office relocate!
Ruth and Olivia were delighted to welcome Nathalie Elong from our Cameroonian partner organisation, Port Bell Academy, in London earlier this month.
A Polish fan club of Florence + The Machine have raised nearly £800 for Wonder as part of their ‘Raise It Up’ project, in aid of supporting women and girls all around the world.
We're delighted to announce our partnership with Percent, an app which allows you to donate to charity for FREE by spending with Percent partner retailers.
A few months have passed since Volcán de Fuego devastated families, and although families are being well accommodated for, the urgent need now arises to resettle displaced families.
Caterina Maniscalco, founder of Cate Calco, Wonder's latest corporate partner, shares her personal story of fighting for her education and how it made her even more determined to help empower other women.
Senara, our partner in Spain, hosted fun laughter therapy workshops to help harness the power of positivity when dealing with challenges and problems in life!
Food is a great way to build bridges between communities and something our partner in Slovenia, Sursum, have been heavily involved in through hosting cooking lessons!
The use of games and other informal teaching methods are often very effective tools in language learning and are a great way to engage students, making life in the classroom much more enjoyable as demonstrated by our partner in Slovenia, Sursum!
Last month, after weeks of anticipation, we celebrated our two-year anniversary partnership party with Romulo Café at none other than Romulo Café in Kensington!
Join our core team to share trafficking and modern slavery awareness to your peers. As part of this project, you will access FREE, CERTIFIED training.
We urgently need your help to raise money for our partners in Guatemala to support families affected by the devasting volcanic eruption on Sunday.
A fun mother and daughter day out hosted by Baytree and National Theatre used drama, music and story-telling to bring families together and explore life choices and their consequences.
FATIMA workshops hosted by our partner Panorama kicked off with a delicious cooking lesson!
A fun intercultural day hosted by Senara bought together mentees and their mentors in Madrid!
Wonder is competing with initiatives from across Africa to see who can first raise £3,000 as part of or GlobalGiving crowdfunding project. We are currently in 6th place, but need your support, so we can invest in 50 Nigerian girls to be a beacon of hope to those around them.
We're delighted to announce our new partnership with Harajuku Kitchen to support the education and empowerment of young women in the Philippines.
Wonder Foundation welcomes Soul Care Shop as a new business sponsor.
Young people involved in our 'Knowing Me, Knowing You' project present their innovative policy ideas for integration.
In Congo, 8 in every 100 mothers die during childbirth. Let's ensure no mother is forgotten this Mother's Day by supporting Wonder train nurses and midwives in the Congo #WonderMum
Get baking this International Women's Day to further enhance the role of women and girls around the world through education!
Online fashion giant, Boohoo.com, launches a new range of empowering clothes for International Women's Day
How will you make society more welcoming for migrants? Find out what our attendees had to say!
Join us for an exclusive party on Friday 2nd March to raise vital funds for our education projects in Lebanon.
Launching our new project aimed at empowering women closer to home with the National Lottery Awards for All.
Our new collaborative EU partnership project: FATIMA, supporting the integration of migrant women across four countries, has officially been launched!
Don't miss the last conference from the Knowing Me, Knowing You series on the 16th February 2018, where you'll have the opportunity to present policies that promote social integration!