We are proud to support women entrepreneurs in developing economies through our ongoing partnership with Womentum.

Come make a difference for another woman in the world

As of March 8, 2017, International Women’s Day, Wanderful is partnering with Womentum to donate $10 for every annual membership purchased to fund a female entrepreneur in a developing economy.

How it works

Sign up for Annual Global Membership

Sign up as an annual member to the Wanderful community — anytime, no code needed.

Wanderful donates $10 to Womentum

Each month, we’ll tally up the new members of our community and make a donation to Womentum to support the woman entrepreneur highlighted that month.

You help a woman entrepreneur fulfill her dreams

Easy as that, you can help women in developing economies around the world to fulfill their dreams as entrepreneurs.

Our April 2017 entrepreneur: Yeimmy in Ecuador

Amount needed: US $200

The below summary is provided for our use by Yeimmy and Womentum:

Yeimmy was a human rights advocate for rural workers in Colombia before she escaped to Ecuador as a political refugee. She’s struggled to get back on her feet, but now is seeking to improve her community through personal development. With this funding, she hopes to be able to reach out to more potential participants and to rent a space to host the workshops. Yeimmy is motivated to achieve success by her daughter and with her daughter by her side, Yeimmy is ready to take on anything as she starts her business.

Join a global community of women who travel the world and help support Yeimmy’s business with your membership.

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Already a member? Consider making a donation to Womentum by clicking here.

About Womentum

Womentum is a nonprofit pay it forward crowdfunding platform that enables anyone in the world to donate to women entrepreneurs in developing countries. Through their unique pay it forward model, donors are able to have a measurable impact. All the money raised on their platform is a donation and when the women entrepreneurs have profitable businesses, they then pay it forward and give money to someone else in their community to start a business.

Past entrepreneurs

March 2017: Katerine, Colombia

Katerine grew up in an abusive household, and later endured an abusive partner. She has now decided to make handmade accessories to feed her child and put a roof over her head. She needs the money to get better tools so she can make more accessories faster.

Fully funded by Wanderful Members: Kara Ananda, Kathryn Baxter, Rhiannon Chiacchiaro, Mary Cook, Minnie Cooper, Tiffany Fitzgerald, Jennifer Griffiths, Brenda Hughey, Mari Ingram, Lanora Mueller, Nancy Murphy, Lisa O’Neill, Christine Picaut, Sally Rose, Natasha Rudland, and Amanda Ton.