Partner with BeadforLife in the fight to eradicate extreme poverty!
None of our work would be possible without the support of caring people throughout the world who share their gifts, hearts and time with us. There are many ways to take action and get involved.
How will you join us?
Sign-up to BRING BEADS & JOY to your community by volunteering to host a FREE Bead Party at home, work, church, school, social gathering or a community event. The funds you raise by selling our recycled paper bead jewelry and Shea butter body care products will be invested in programs that empower impoverished Ugandan women to rebuild the future for themselves and their families.Read More »
We are a Fair Trade Federation member and a provisional member of the World Fair Trade Organization. We offer wholesale opportunities to stores worldwide; join the movement and learn how your ethical purchases make a positive impact in the world marketplace.Read More »
Donations to our organization are reinvested directly toward eradicating poverty in Uganda and educating people in the developed world about poverty eradication. They are a wonderful way to honor or give tribute to a loved one and support women a world away at the same time.Read More »
We believe in poverty eradication through education and participation. With knowledge comes power, hope, and the belief that any one individual can make a difference in the lives of others.Read More »
Volunteerism is the drumbeat of BeadforLife. It is at the core of our work; creating sustainable opportunities for women to lift their families out of extreme poverty. We value the service of volunteers and their dedication to our mission.Read More »
To Live Below the Line is to challenge yourself to eat and drink on just $1.50 a day. The campaign helps participants better understand the lack of choice and opportunity faced by people living in extreme poverty. 1.2 billion people around the world live in extreme poverty, meaning that they live on the equivalent of what you can buy in the United States for $1.50 a day everyday.Read More »
Joan Ahimbisibwe & Teddy Namuyiga started their journey out of extreme poverty by rolling beads from recycled paper. Now they own their own businesses!Read More »