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How to Partner with Organizations

Nonprofit organizations in your community (or beyond) can help your group reach its goals. They may bring resources like money, knowledge, or skills to your efforts if they are partners.

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Partner with these organizations to get involved around world.


United with Kenya Partnership 

Empower and unite girls

The Feminism club at St. Luke's School (SLS) in New Canaan, CT has partnered with United With Kenya (UwK).  The organization partners with communities in Kenya to promote health and educational well-being.  All donations made to UwK go directly to projects.


KEEP Partnership

KEEP girls in school

The Feminism club at SLS has partnered with the organization KEEP (Katonah Education Exchange Program).  Since December 2014, KEEP has been raising funds for a grant to the Kakenya Center for Excellence (KCE), a boarding school for girls in rural Kenya. At the KCE, girls are protected, educated, and empowered. KEEP's mission is to keep girls in school and has set a goal of paying the tuition for all the girls in the KCE eighth grade.

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LiveGirl Partnership

To contribute to a world free from both gender and racial inequality.

The Feminism club at SLS has partnered with LiveGirl.  LiveGirl is a Connecticut-based nonprofit organization that builds confident, inclusive leaders. Their mission is to prepare the next generation of diverse, brave female leaders with the skills, community, and connections so that ALL girls may thrive and make a positive impact on the world. 


Blossom Hill Partnership

Investing in peace through innovation

Blossom Hill funds innovative ideas to help children affected by conflict in the Middle East.  The organization envisions a world where conflict-affected children thrive

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