Affiliate organizations are partnered relationships the Jenzabar Foundation has built up over the past years by providing financial support, marketing, and in some cases infrastructure support of non-profits that have missions aligned with that of the Foundation.
All Girls Allowed
The Jenzabar Foundation is proud to announce a new initiative that seeks to lead the way in the area of human rights for an under-served and under-represented segment of humanity: In China, people do not believe that “a girl is as good as a boy”. The mission of All Girls Allowed is to restore life, value, and dignity to girls and mothers and to reveal the injustices of China’s One-Child Policy.
Since 1978, the implementation of China’s One-Child Policy has led to female gendercide, abandonment of daughters, human trafficking and violations of women’s reproductive rights.
Please visit the All Girls Allowed Web site to learn about many resources for involvement—from videos, articles, and facts, to opportunities for people to volunteer or donate, to social networking.
Millennium Campus Network
The Millennium Campus Network is a national non-profit network of university student organizations working to reduce extreme poverty and achieve the United Nations Millennium Development Goals. The grant from The Jenzabar Foundation and partnership will help The Millennium Campus Network further support student-based service groups and expand its national outreach. MCN currently provides networking, funding, and national campaign opportunities to 70 member organizations on seventeen campuses across Boston, Chicago, New York City, and Washington D.C.
One Family, Inc.
The Jenzabar Foundation’s partnership with One Family has been several years in the making. The Massachusetts-based One Family provides The Jenzabar Foundation sponsored One Family’s Beacon Hill Luncheon, Mothers of Inspiration Dinner and Back-to-School Breakfast events which helped raise awareness and additional funding for One Family programs.
Glamour Women of the Year
Since 1990, Glamour Magazine has saluted inspiring, high-achieving women through its Women of the Year Awards. This annual event has had an astonishing impact on politics and society—sometimes even saving lives.
The Women of the Year award is very close to our hearts. Jenzabar Founder and Foundation Board member Ling Chai was honored as one of Glamour’s Women of the Year in 1990. She has maintained her relationship with Glamour over the years, and we are pleased that the magazine shares our commitment to the humanitarian issues that are so important to The Jenzabar Foundation and Jenzabar, Inc.
Glamour’s Women of the Year Fund has helped support programs to stop child marriage in Yemen through the Girls World Communication Center, provided counseling for former child soldiers in Uganda via Empowering Hands and funded Mukhtar Mai’s shelter for women in Pakistan as well as Somaly Mam’s work on behalf of former sex slaves in Cambodia, supported the One Million Signatures campaign in Iran, and assist Dr. Hawa Abdi’s refugee camp in Somalia.
For the past several years, the Jenzabar Foundation has supported the work of Glamour’s Women of the year and provides a major donation for the support of the award and their continued work.