"Empowering Women: Affecting Generations"

Right Sharing of World Resources is a Quaker micro-credit organization that supports grassroots income-generating projects in developing countries, led by women, many of whom are making less than a dollar a day.

How we work

Right Sharing of World Resources works with the assistance of field staff in Kenya, Sierra Leone and south India.

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We invite groups from these areas to send proposals requesting seed money to begin a micro-enterprise program. The projects must be compatible with the three principles which guide the work of RSWR:

1.Local Self-Reliance
2. Sustainability
3. Mutual Support and Accountability amongst group’s members

In approving a proposal, RSWR enters into a covenantal agreement with members of the group.

RSWR and its supporters offer material resources, and our testimonies of peace, simplicity, equality, and integrity.

Project partners offer experience and expertise working with the poor, a vision of community, and a commitment to peace and justice.

Together, we can create the world of peace and justice that God desires.

Matching Campaign is a Success!

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With anticipation, hope, and excitement, we watched as your fourth quarter contributions came in.

We took a risk.  The board agreed to match every new increase in donor contributions dollar-for-dollar, up to $34,000–and you met us there!

Thanks to your generous donations, we met and slightly exceeded our goal of $34,000 for a grand “matched” total of just over $68,000.

 

 

These donations will transform the lives of many women and communities in the years to come. Thank you so much!

 

 

Announcing Our New General Secretary

Jackie Stillwell
We are excited to announce the appointment of Jacqueline Stillwell as our new General Secretary! Jackie has been a lifetime Quaker and currently serves as clerk of New England Yearly Meeting.

Her international experience began in Norway where she did an internship in an educational program for mentally challenged youth. She spent nearly a decade in Guatemala, part of which she served in the Peace Corps. She has also led five trips to Cuba to visit NEYM’s sister Yearly Meeting there.

Jackie has many years’ experience with not-for-profit organizations including 22 years as Head of School for The Meeting School in Rindge, New Hampshire. She will be leaving her current position as Administrator of the Tobias Community to take on the leadership of RSWR in January.

Read more about Jackie here.