Despite many struggles and milestones of success, worldwide, one billion women continue to face violence. Education is key to empowering communities, and particularly girls and women, to overcome violence. Created in the spring of 2013, Women and Girls’ Education (WAGE) International is a New Jersey-based group that works with local and global organizations through the community networking to raise awareness, support, and develop educational resources for empowerment.
Thank you to all who came out to support WAGE International for an afternoon of Paint, Wine, Vittles (including chocolate) & Raffle! We are grateful for your support and generosity!
WOMAN’S CLUB OF RED BANK
PROCEEDS BENEFIT Dottie's House, a transitional housing facility designed to aid women and children who have survived domestic violence.
Marie Howard, IT Manager by day, art enthusiast by night, has years of experience offering simple, step-by-step instructions for painting all types of artwork. Whether you come in with a group, a date, or by yourself to make new friends, don’t worry – no experience necessary! Marie will have you feeling like a professional in no time and going home with artwork to admire.
Why WAGE - International?
WAGE - International shares a common caring about our communities, a commitment to help stop violence against women and girls, and the need to respect their dignity and human rights.
Many organizations are doing excellent work by empowering through education and helping women and girls overcome violence.
WAGE - International seeks to work with such organizations in local and global communities, and support educational initiatives.
WAGE - International is a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization.