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Choose one or more projects you care about from our portfolio of projects around the world, make a donation and see the life-changing, even life-saving, impact of your giving!

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Andrea Ashworth

Andrea Ashworth

Author of the award-winning and internationally bestselling memoir “Once in a House on Fire” which recounts Andrea’s childhood experience of domestic violence.

"Together we can and must stop the global pandemic of violence against women. Let's all take action to protect girls and women and support survivors of gender violence."

About Andrea Ashworth

Andrea received her B.A., M.A. and D.Phil. in English literature from Oxford University and received Fellowships at Yale University and Princeton University. Andrea is the author of the award-winning Once in a House on Fire, which recounts how she grew up in inner-city Manchester, England, in a family troubled by violence and poverty, before escaping to study English Literature at Oxford University. Once in a House on Fire has been translated into more than ten languages and incorporated into the curricula of schools and universities around the world.

As a critic, author and spokesperson for the importance of children’s literacy and education and against the ravages of poverty and domestic violence, Andrea has participated in many radio and television programs worldwide. Her writing has been featured in many publications, including The Times, The Observer, The Independent, The Guardian, The Times Literary Supplement, Elle, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar and Granta.

Andrea lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two children and is working on a novel.

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Team members

  • Mathieu

    France

  • Lindsey

    France

  • Gala

    United States

  • Omer

    France

  • France

  • Paula

    France

  • Pauline

    France

  • Christophe

    France

  • Jenny

    United States

  • esther

    United Kingdom

  • Gita

    France

  • Maria

    France

  • James

    France

  • Sunshine

    France

  • BabyO

    United States

  • France

  • Didi

    France

  • Mélina

    France

  • driss

    Morocco

  • merlin

    Congo, Dem. Republic

  • claire

    France

  • Joseph

    Togo

  • Venance

    Congo, Dem. Republic

  • Sonia

    France

  • Aïssaou

    Senegal

  • pradeep

    India

  • méssaouda

    Algeria

  • alain

    Tanzania

  • Marie-Paule

    France

  • MEHDI

    Tunisia

  • Nicolas

    France

  • Dioully Oumar

    Mauritania

  • djakaridja

    Ivory Coast

  • Diane Elodie

    Ivory Coast

  • touka soukaya

    Senegal

  • Samba Lagatte

    Senegal

  • Jordane

    France

  • Marie Christine

    Gabon

  • Stephanie

    France

  • Nadia

    Morocco

  • Gisela

    United Kingdom

  • Emilie

    France

  • Aklima

    United Kingdom

  • Keith

    United Kingdom

  • Yvonne

    United Kingdom

  • Dove

    Canada

  • Melanie

    Canada

  • Nicole

    Poland

  • Gaby

    France

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