World Impact Network (Win)
Rating: 4.92 stars 37 reviews
Issues: Children & Youth, Food, Human Services, International
Location: 12819 SE 38th St #53 Bellevue WA 98006 USA
Results: This past June, 2014, WIN celebrated 13 graduates from China in partnership with The King's University located in Los Angeles, California. At the last two Superbowls, WIN has helped educate and raise awareness through saving Human Sex Trafficking victims. Find more information through WIN board member, Nita Belles' website at www.nitabelles.com. In September 2013, WIN traveled to Kinangop, Kenya to provide skill and leadership training to pastors and community leaders. Leaders were trained in Red Cross First Aid and CPR, financial management, social media, environmental issues and violence against women. The team also distributed 300 first aid kits and other medical supplies during the course of the training.
Target demographics: bring about positive change in the lives of leaders both locally and in the emerging nations.
Direct beneficiaries per year: educate and raise awareness towards Human Sex Trafficking around the nation and also brought a team to Kenya to provide skill and leadership training to pastors and community leaders. They were trained in First Aid, financial management, environmental issues and violence against women. The team distributed over 300 first aid kits and other medical supplies during the course of training.
Geographic areas served: east King County and internationally
Programs: Higher education in the form of certificate, undergraduate and graduate education; Income skill development and training for leaders without formal education; Re-invention forums and seminars for continuing education for local community leaders
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No other organization does more and is focused more on meeting needs of under-privileged, than World Impact Network. Through the leadership of Gabriella and Peter van Breda, remote villages have clean water, set up micro-enterprises for women and have received medical and other basic supplies.
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