Get involved to support Our Mission to improve children livelihood and support women.
There are a number of ways that you can get involved with Companion of children and women empowerment Uganda (COCAWEU) and our mission to relieve poverty by implementing self-sufficient initiatives to children and women, providing basic tools for education, and to create equal opportunities for every child, women and families to see the poor uplifted from desperate poverty to joyful self-sufficiency.
Ways you can get involved to support
For instance, you can share your skills and talents as a volunteer in support of COCAWEU education in our partner schools. The support of volunteers is essential to the efforts of COCAWEU to achieve our mission and goals. Learn more about COCAWEU’s volunteer opportunities, and how you can make a positive difference in the lives of vulnerable children and women in Uganda.
If you are involved in a company, you can also boost your corporate brand and social responsibility by becoming a Corporate Sponsor of Companion of children and women empowerment Uganda (COCAWEU). A corporate partnership with COCAWEU is created to meet your Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and marketing objectives, as well as our fundraising and awareness objectives, to achieve a truly mutually beneficial relationship. Read more about how your company can be support this cause.
COCAWEU Organises atleast two fundraising events and hands on training workshops for women to learn entrepreneurial skills. You can attend our fundraising events or sponsor our workshops to enable hire skilled trainers who can deliver quality skills to COCAWEU women.
Attend Our fundraising events
Furthermore, you can get involved by sponsoring a child . When you sponsor a child you will be giving an orphaned or vulnerable child the opportunity to grow up with security of care, giving the gift of proper health and access to education, and helping the child become an independent adult with a future full of hope and open opportunities. You can select the age and gender of the child before donation. Read more about sponsoring a child here