Mothering Across Continents
  • The Raising South Sudan project, inspired by former Lost Boys of Sudan James "Lubo" Mijak, Ngor Kur Mayol, and James Manyror, serves nearly 1,000 students and teachers at the the Nyarweng and Gumriak primary schools.

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    Raising South Sudan
  • Sunlight Primary School in Bor, South Sudan, serves nearly 900 children. One-third of the students are girls.

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    Sunlight Primary School
  • The Walk for WisdomSM is a global education and service initiative that supports education and literacy in some of the world's most remote and impoverished locations.

    Bring the Walk for Wisdom
    to your school.

    Walk for Wisdom
  • Generation Rise:
    Her Voice Matters
    is a project that empowers girls in Rwanda using literature as a catalyst for critical thinking, leadership and empowerment.

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    Generation Rise - Rwanda
  • High Hopes Haiti

    Women's vocational training improves community economies and quality of life. In rural northern Haiti, volunteer project catalyst Courtney Jackson guides a program providing English, computer and business skills training to high school students and young adults.

    High Hopes Haiti
  • Mentoring Mwiko

    In Rwanda, in partnership with donors and the Dreike Scholarship Fund, we support Mwiko Primary School's annual merit scholarship program to send sixth graders to secondary school.

    Mentoring Mwiko
  • Peace

    Our Chief Catalyst and 2012 Rotary Peace Fellow Patricia Shafer co-founded a global youth peace education training program for high school and university students, now co-managed by Director of Global Operations Elizabeth Peacock.

    Patricia Shafer, Rotary Peace Fellow
  • The Global Class
    A unique youth education and leadership development program based on a framework of seven global issues, The Global Class provides:
    • Classroom learning resources
    • Professional development for educators
    • Student leadership training and mentoring
    The Global Class
  • High school students in Charlotte, NC, are asking individuals, schools, churches and civic groups to take a stand for peace in South Sudan as part of the Memes for Peace advocacy project. View their Memes for Peace online gallery.

    Memes for Peace
  • Building Futures

    In 2010, donors co-funded an Early Childhood Center in KwaZuluNatal, South Africa, a region with a high percentage of orphans due to HIV/AIDS. Nonprofit Woza Moya continues its successful, sustainable operations.

    Building Futures

Contact Us

Mothering Across Continents

310 Arlington Avenue, Suite 303
Charlotte, NCĀ 28203

Telephone: (704) 607-1333


Chief Catalyst

Patricia Shafer
E-mail: [email protected]

NewGen Peacebuilders–Director, Global Operations

Elizabeth Peacock
E-mail: [email protected]
Telephone: (704) 607-3301

Youth Education Project Coordinator

Nia L. Williams
E-mail: [email protected]
Telephone: (704) 236-0150

Media Inquiries

E-mail: [email protected]
Telephone: (704) 607-1333