The Fistula Foundation is doing vital work for some of the most vulnerable people in the world.
I signed up for a monthly donation to the Fistula Foundation several years ago because of the importance of their cause and their efficient use of donor funds. We have the good fortune of living near their Bay Area headquarters, and, since then, my son and I have had the opportunity to meet the team and volunteer there. We've rarely encountered such a smart, passionate, committed group of people. They are the real deal and we feel so blessed to be able to support them in their mission of "changing the world, one woman at a time"!
The Fistula Foundation does remarkable work. I am proud to be able to support such a transparent and effective organization.
The Fistula Foundation is dedicated to providing essential medical care to women who would not receive it otherwise. It started with the very generous efforts of two amazing doctors, and now it has spread its services to women in 28 countries.
I do not donate to many charitable organizations, but I plan to continue financially supporting the Fistula Foundation as long as I possibly can. Bless each and every volunteer and donor!
I like that the head of this organization does not collect a huge salary as a number of charities do. It's a very well run group that does the important task of giving back the life of many women who often have been ostracized because of incontinence since they did not have the proper care in delivery or access to C section. And there are so many who desperately need this corrective surgery.
I have been a supporter of this organization for several years and I love what they do. Fistula surgery gives a woman her life back. She may still have issues to combat such as poverty, lack of education, etc., but she regains her bodily integrity and her dignity and is no longer shunned by her family and former friends. It is so important to know that the funds one donates are truly being well used to help another human being to have a better life. That happens when we give to the Fistula Foundation.
It's a long time since I saw a television program about the Fistula Foundation. However, that made such a deep impression that I decided to help. In the Netherlands we say; It's a drop in the ocean. But also, every little bit helps. I know that my money is well spent. Join!
I'm an Australian citizen and this is the not for profit based abroad which I have chosen to support. I was so impressed to read (via the foundation) about the critical and hands on role women are taking in building a new gynocare fistula hospital in Kenya. I read thus story and felt proud to be a woman. How deserving are these women whose health and power can be restored by Proper obstetric care. Paula, melbourne
After viewing "A Walk to Beautiful" years ago, I have been privileged to support the Fistula Foundation. Each of us CAN reach our goal of making the world a better place.
By giving the gift of one surgery, YOU can actually change a person's life! Think about
the return for your investment - $450 helps a woman alter her future.
The Fistula Foundation does outstanding work across the globe. Thanks to growing forms of communication, more and more people are finding out about this great organization.