How can you help?

Do you want to change the world? You're in the right place! Join us at W4 in empowering girls and women for the benefit of everyone! You can donate to our projects around the world, launch your own team fundraiser, (e-)volunteer your skills and/or spread the word about our work!

How does it work?

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!

How does it work?

Create your own uber-cool fundraising team to raise funds for (a) project(s) you care about, then invite your friends/colleagues/family to donate and change the world with you! Multiply the good and multiply your impact!

How do gift cards work?

Offer a friend/colleague/loved one a unique, unforgettable gift with a W4 gift card! When you offer a W4 gift card, the recipient of your gift can choose a project to support from among our many girls' & women's empowerment projects around the world. The recipient of your gift card will receive updates throughout the year about the project, as well as W4 "goodies" relating to the project. So offer a W4 gift card today and spread joy & love!

Janine di Giovanni

Janine di Giovanni

"In my work, I have learnt not just about being a reporter, but about being a human being. I have learned about compassion and about ordinary people who could be heroes."

"I’m delighted to join W4 as an Ambassadress and to support the team in their endeavor to protect girls’ and human rights and promote girls’ and women’s empowerment around the world, in both developing and developed countries, through innovative, affordable and impactful solutions"

About Janine di Giovanni

Janine di Giovanni has reported on war and conflict for nearly twenty-five years. Starting in the Balkans and continuing on to Africa and the Middle East, she has reported on violent conflicts for the Times of London, the New York Times, and Newsweek.

Di Giovanni was one of the few foreigners to witness the fall of Grozny, Chechnya, as well as to report the siege of Sarajevo, the Rwandan genocide, and the fall of the Taliban.

A former Middle East editor of Newsweek, she has published eight books; the New York Times called her most recent, The Morning They Came for Us: Dispatches from Syria, “searing and necessary.” A recent Pakis fellow at Tufts University’s Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Di Giovanni received a 2016 International Women’s Media Foundation’s Courage in Journalism Award. She has also won a National Magazine Award, two Amnesty International prizes, the Hay Prize for Prose, and Britain’s Granada Television What the Papers Say Foreign Correspondent of the Year, and was shortlisted for the Helen Bernstein Book Award for Excellence in Journalism.

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Team members

  • Brittany




  • Leslie

    United Kingdom

  • Margaux


  • Najeebat

    United States

  • Gaby