Our unwavering commitment to societal betterment is anchored in five crucial pillars of action: Community Work, Capacity Building and Empowerment, Children and Youth Development, Advocating for Peace, Racial and Gender Equality, and Development Programs in South Sudan. Together, we strive to make a meaningful, lasting impact on the lives of those we serve.
We believe in the power of community and actively engage in projects that strengthen and uplift local communities, fostering unity and resilience.
Capacity Building & Empowerment
We are dedicated to equipping women and individuals with the tools and knowledge they need to thrive, fostering independence and self-reliance.
Children & Youth Development
The future of any society lies in the hands of its youth. We focus on nurturing the potential of children and young people, ensuring a brighter tomorrow.
Advocating for Peace, Racial and Gender Equality
We are vocal advocates for peace, racial and gender equality, working tirelessly to bring about a more inclusive and harmonious society.
Development Programs in South Sudan
Our development programs address critical needs and support sustainable development in South Sudan.
Hear what others said about us:
When I first got into Mw4wss, I was not sure what to expect, but because I love working with children and I was excited by the mission of the organization, I knew I would have an amazing time!
I have enjoyed being a part of a warm and friendly team that is given to the mission of transforming and empowering lives. The very well-structured organization ensured that I was well supported as I engaged the kids and the community.
It is difficult to put into words how life transforming the experience was, it challenged and grew me immensely. I cannot thank the Mw4wss team enough for all the support they accorded me!
I enjoyed spending time with energetic, young children. Witnessing their acquisition of new skills and social interactions was truly heartwarming. Over the course of three weeks, strong connections developed among the children, the volunteers, and me. Despite our diverse backgrounds, we formed a unified community. I sincerely hope the kids valued the summer program, creating special memories that make them excited to return.
My name is Elena Shin, and I am an immigrant from South Korea. Volunteering for the summer workshops at the MW4WSS was a memorable experience where I learned leadership and responsibility.
I am a student at Grant Park High School, and I have an interest in studying about the environment. I enjoy baking or learning French during my spare time.
Are you ready to join us and be part of
a genuine transformation in the lives of so many?