Together We Rise
At Enya's Attic, we're all about raising up women's past, present, and future.
And that's why 10% of all profit is divided equally between the International Association of Women's Museums and Plan International, the development and humanitarian organization that advances children's rights and equality for girls.
Below is a little intel on both organizations, and if you haven't heard of them before, check them out - they do incredible work, in different fields, on our behalf.
For me, supporting both these organizations is really important because I know that only together do we rise.
International Association of Women's Museums
The International Association of Women’s Museums (IAWM) was set up in 2012 to promote exchange and collaboration between women’s museum networks around the world.
While the organization has developed and is involved in a number of initiatives aimed at promoting culture, arts, and education from a gender perspective, a primary aim of the IAWM is to foster global exchange, support, and cooperation among women’s and gender museums.
If you would like more information, check out this wonderful association – https://iawm.international
Plan International works with vulnerable children, especially girls, to help them learn, lead, decide and thrive. They have put gender equality and the persistent development challenges that girls face right at the heart of their organizational purpose. I'm sure you remember Because I Am a Girl - one of the most impactful campaigns that enabled them to raise a vast amount of money to increase education opportunities for millions of girls around the world.
Learn more about their incredible projects at www.plan-international.org