“These resources will empower women in Africa to use technology to innovate and solve problems in their communities. We enable self help not aid. We fund change, not charity….”
Make A Donation Or Be a Friend
To continue to help African girls in STEM and ensure their continued contribution to innovation in Africa. we call on you to make a donation or to become a long time WAAW Foundation friend. If you become a friend, convenient giving can be done monthly or annually. Click here to learn how to become a WAAW friend.
Make it payable to WAAW FOUNDATION
Mail to: WAAW Foundation, P. O. Box 1691, Wylie TX 75098
To make a domestic or international wire transfer use the following information:
In the United States:
- Bank Name: Wells Fargo, N.A.
- Account Name: WAAW FOUNDATION
- Account number: 5153884803
- Address: 3318 TIMBERLINE DR, BRYAN TX 77803-0475
For Direct Deposit and Automatic Payments use Routing Number (RTN): 111900659
For International Wire Transfers use SWIFT CODE: 121000248
- Bank Name: Guarantee Trust Bank
- Account Name: WAAW FOUNDATION
- Account number: 0125650958
- Address: Ogui Layout, Enugu Branch
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Volunteer or Teach in Africa
Volunteers are critical to the mission and growth of WAAW Foundation. Much of our success is attributed to the countless hours contributed by our volunteers. Our initiatives rely on teams of dedicated volunteers doing their work both in the United States and several African countries (including Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Uganda and Cameroon).
We seek volunteers with expertise in executive assistance, curriculum development, grant writing, program development and logistics, information technology, monitoring and evaluation of education programs, quantitative analysis, computer programming, social media management, communications, and more!
If you are a STEM educator at any level, with a desire to help teach, develop curriculum or implement any of our programs where to buy generic provigil from our STEM camp to STEM outreach programs in Africa, let us hear from you!
WAAW Foundation is always looking for qualified facilitators and trainers with experience teaching Math, Science, Computers, Programming or Roboticis to work with our youth ages 13-25 years old on real life problems in Africa. We focus on using affordable, locally sourced materials and hands on learning.
If you are interested in joining our STEM Camp and Code school team ,helping develop Africa focused STEM curriculum for our STEM outreach fellows or other volunteer opportunities please fill out an application form here, and someone will get in touch with you shortly.
For more information about other volunteer opportunities, e-mail us at email@example.com
Many companies provide employees the benefit of matching their gifts to a 501(c) organization. An employee’s charitable gift may be matched by his or her company up to 3:1. which can double or triple the impact of your donation. To learn if your employer will match your donation to WAAW Foundation, enter your company name below. Please allow a few moments for search results to appear.
If your company is on the list, it should tell you whether their program includes retirees and allow you to print out the required forms to submit to your company. If your employer is not on the list, please check with your human resources department to learn about your company’s matching gift program.
All donations are tax-deductible
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has determined WAAW Foundation to be exempt from federal income tax under section 501(a) of the internal revenue code as a non-profit organization as described in section 501(c)(3). WAAW Foundation issues a receipt for tax deduction purposes at the end of every year. (EIN/tax ID number: 20 – 8576703).
WAAW Foundation is also registered as a Non profit organization with the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria.