International Nonprofit OneMama.org Unveils New Website
With New OneMama.org Website Community Members Experience the Breadth and Depth of Global Social Change
San Francisco, California December 28 2016 – Nonprofit organization, OneMama.org, announced today the launch of a newly designed website. OneMama brings maternal care, localized health and family service, as well as economic sustainability to women and their families in rural communities where people survive on under $1.25 a day. With the expansion of OneMama.org, the completely redesigned site provides community members with a comprehensive understanding of programs, partnerships, and the impact of their donations. The site features updated information about ongoing projects, upcoming events, partnerships with UN Women, and how to get involved with the organization.
A few key features include a new donation page allows a variety of options to support active projects, including expanded donation options to the OneMama Clinic in Uganda, direct staff sponsorship, and clinic sponsorship to reach the organization’s goal of building 250 clinics around the world. A new shop provides the entirety of the OneMama Collection for direct purchase. Dresses accessories featured on the runways of New York Fashion Week and UN Women can be ordered or custom made, with 100% of proceeds going directly towards on-the-ground operations in Uganda and future clinics.
The chief goal of the new OneMama.org site is to illustrate the breadth and depth of the organization’s impact in transforming lives. Unlike many nonprofits in which only a portion of donations actually reach individuals on-the-ground, 100% of every contribution through OneMama.org reaches beneficiaries in the communities served.
Visit OneMama.org’s new site and experience global social change in action.
Founded in 2007 by Siobhan Neilland, OneMama’s mission is to bring prosperity and health to people all over the world by empowering women as caregivers, mothers, businesswomen, and agents of change for their rural communities.
By creating a pilot program in Uganda that can be replicated in rural, impoverished communities around the globe, OneMama ensures that midwives, mothers, fathers and children receiving assistance, also receive the opportunity for education in pre/postnatal care, family planning, and financial stability. The recipients, whether they are mothers, fathers, midwives, or volunteers, must contribute back to OneMama, creating a unified support system.