Gift Women Link Foundation

Kasese, Uganda, Africa
Gift Women Link Foundation (GWLF) is women based charitable, non-profit and non-political organization for under privileged, the poor, ultra-poor, vulnerable and marginalized people particularly the rural population who are deprived of today’s modern facilities such as health care, education etc

Volunteering Activities

Women Empowerment

What We Need

Objective: To provide assistance to the board of the organization in identifying donor resources, raising funds, events and writing proposals for long-term organizational sustainability.
Proposed Roles:
 Compile and maintain a database of international and local donor organizations (international foundations, bilateral and multilateral agencies and private corporations offering donations)
 Regularly monitor donor websites and identify and inform donor opportunities matching the work of the organization
 Assist the Director in writing concept notes, project ideas and project proposals and ensure their timely submissions.
 Undertake independent research in finding alternative resources for long-term sustainability of the organization
 Assist the Director in developing business plans to generate income from various sources.
 Undertake online research and build contacts with potential individual donors and raise funds for the activities of the organization.
 Maintain relationships with existing donors and respond to their requests regularly and keep updating them about the work of the organization.
 Improve and develop communications material for the organization such as brochure, website, annual report, social media accounts, poster etc.
 Organize or provide assistance in organizing any fundraising events for the organization
 Suggest other innovative ideas for effective resource mobilization.


When & Who

Based on Volunteer preference
Individuals, Family with Kids, Retirees

What we Provide

Types: Homestay

The foundation thematic areas includes;
I. Conservation
II. Vocational education
III. Health
V. Education
VII. Sustainable agriculture
VIII. Savings and credit
IX. Human rights advocacy
X. Childhood development
XI. Sustainable development.

Types: Variety

Mixed local meals basing on volunteer preference

Hot Water
Local SIM Card

Our Fees

No fees

Gift Women Link Foundation DOES NOT charge volunteers.

We have a guest house that charges as follows,
1 month = $300
2 months = $500
3 months = $700
4 months = $900
5-6months = $1200
More than 6 months =$200 per month

The above volunteering costs includes;
Airport bus
Local Meals
Electricity bills
Water bills

If the volunteer needs tours in national parks and mining Centres a fee of $200 is added in any volunteer selected month.

Volunteers should contact us for more information.

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More Services we Offer

May have additional fees
Pick Up/Drop Off
Social Activities

We pick volunteers from Entebbe Airport to Kasese and social activities like sports, games and local tours.

Contact Person

Bwambale Rwamanyonyi
Kidodo Cell, Central Division, Kasese Municipality, Kasese, Uganda.
100% response rate , 33 hour(s) response time.

Other Ways to support us

Rwenzori Culture adoption class

We train volunteers on Rwenzori Culture, Tribes, languages and History


1. Getting volunteers
2. Project Resources

Additional Info about Us

5 to 10 people

The staff includes clinic administration and foundation administration.


Gift Women Link Foundation is in transition of upgrading its services from community based to national level and therefore we need volunteer joint support to create sustainable development in Rwenzori Region.


Gift Women Link Foundation was established in 2008. The establishment of this foundation was to address women constraints and empowering women through innovative approaches in areas of Microcredit services, education, reproductive and child health, ICT, health, human rights, agriculture, Vocational services, HIV/AIDS, life skills and community development with a focus on poverty alleviation, economic empowerment and establishing a society where women and girls live happy, healthy, educated and free from all forms of violence under a conserved community.

The foundation main target population includes; Women, PWD, PLWHA, farmers and children.

the foundation is a compact team of women having tremendous vigor to overcome the socio-cultural, economic and political barriers for overall positive change for humanity. Team members are from different walks of life having common objectives towards social welfare and are experienced in their field. Nevertheless, it is the first time the team approached for the big project after its establishment though team has successfully accomplished small-scale projects on their own mobilizing local resources and international grants. Team is now running adult literacy skills voluntarily in its home location.

I. Promote rural small scale agriculture in women communities
II. To educate, support and care for the vulnerable women for education, medical care, food, scholarship, materials and the general welfare.
III. To promote the need for protection of vulnerable women, to live in a peaceful and enjoyable environment
IV. To empower women in vocational skill management to improve on their standards of living
V. To conserve the environment so as to limit environmental Degradation
VI. To facilitate inter-grated self-income generating and developmental initiatives through training so that skills and knowledge acquired remains resident with the people for self-reliance and sustainability.
VII. To enable people to recognize the inter-relationship between health, nutrition, agriculture, income generation, human and community development.
VIII. To facilitate and carry on HIV/AIDS awareness of the adolescent and women communities.
IX. To train the rural population on natural resource management and conservation.

Empower women in rural communities from grass root through active participation for sustainable development.

To ensure Development excellence in technical sustainable and technology services for self-reliance of women in rural communities Kasese District.