Partners

Sustenance Group

Sustenance Group is an Atlanta-based consulting group specializing in nonprofit marketing. We build advocacy and donor bases for global nonprofits through innovative marketing strategies, measurable social actions, digital media and live events.

Catherine Corona Designs

Catherine Corona Designs specializes in the creation of fine custom jewelry. Each piece is a work of art, handcrafted and created with superb attention given to every detail. Catherine Corona Designs has generiously volunteered to donate a portion of their proceeds to assist MTF.

 "Self expression takes many forms. A well-designed piece of jewelry allows one to make a statement without saying a word." -Catherine Corona

50 Cents. Period.

Through holistic health, sanitation, and education programs, Mango Tree Foundation has played an integral role impacting the lives of marginalized women and girls across the globe, sincepartnering with 50 Cents. Period. in 2012. From the schools of Kathmandu, to the rural villagesof southern India, to the refugee community of metro-Atlanta, Mango Tree Foundation has provided technical, volunteer, and financial support to these endeavors.

In the past year, this collaboration has facilitated:

  • 163 newly-arrived refugee women in attending the Women’s Circle, 50 Cents. Period.’s signature domestic program, which focuses on the unique needs of women presented at the intersection of reproductive health and refugee resettlement. These workshops are held in monthly rotation, and provide an additional platform for identifying natural leaders who can be trained as community health workers. The Women’s Circle often provides the only setting refugee women in Atlanta have for acquiring basic reproductive health education, linkages to HIV/AIDS testing and family planning, peer support, and preventative health screenings. This program boasts a 100% follow-through rate on needed health screenings, enrollment in Ob/Gyn care, and HIV testing.
     
  • 113 schoolgirls at Shree Nawa Jagriti School in Kathmandu, Nepal, to receive reproductive health education in the classroom, doctor visits for students, staff, and their mothers, and sanitary pads, underwear, and pain reliever. This program has increased school attendance and completion, and decreased absenteeism by 95%.
     
  • 300 schoolchildren to receive school bags and supplies in the scheduled tribes districts of rural Andhra Pradesh, India; 20 adolescent girls to receive bicycles, who were previously walking more than 10 kilometers each way to school, and for their exam and school fees to be additionally supplemented.