The creating of a hen farm with a market stall for the sale of hens, eggs, sewn pads and other needed items.
Phase 1 is almost complete!
Collect feminine products for your local food bank or women's shelter, drawing attention to the issue of Period Poverty in the US.
Join a group sew-in (see Events below) or begin sewing yourself! D4G will direct you to the Days for Girls website for valuable tips on beginning to sew and will encourage you through out the process.
Many women and girls do not own enough underwear. This causes distraction in a school or work settings. Additionally, basic hygiene items are unaffordable, like toothbrushes or washcloths.
Schedule a speaker to come to your church to hear real-life stories of girls who have benefited from D4G’s many programs and learn why addressing menstruation issues is so important for keeping girls in school and preventing early pregnancies.
There are so many creative & fun ways to raise money for the girls—from bracelet making parties to bake sales—get inspired to help a girl in need!
Help D4G raise $2,500 to complete Phase 2 of this project
(Click below to see photos of Phase 1,
the Hen House)
Help build a building to house the sewing program. A safe place with electricity for women to come and sew. And a market stall for selling eggs and merchandise. Creating these enterprises will provide work and resources for locals.
Join MOST Ministries on a trip to Kenya! A Women's ministry and eyeglass clinic team
August 23-Sept. 2
MOST Ministries is organizing a trip to Kisii, Kenya, to serve Robert Gutwa and Sacred Center for Orphans and Widows. Visit with Gladys and the many deaconesses, pass out hygiene kits and participate in an eyeglass clinic- MOST Ministries most requested type of team