Deborah Lindholm was on Fox 5 San Diego last night! In case you missed it, go to Fox 5 San Diego to watch the video and hear about her recent trip to Liberia. If you are looking for ways to help, here are two things you can do right now:
1. At the suggestion of our Foundation for Women team in Liberia, we would like to get bleach and hand sanitizer in the hands of every one of our members in every community. For a US$20 donation you can help us accomplish this in one Liberian household, one family at a time.  Help us by supporting one or many families! We are one human family; we all need to be part of the solution to ebola.


it's Quick and easy to help, use your credit card to help end Ebola in Liberia,
visit Our Donation Page or call 858-483-0400 to make your $20 or more donation.






Mail checks to:

The Foundation for Women,

4747 Morena Blvd. Ste. 375,

San Diego, CA 92117.


Check out our Our Facebook Page, for updates and blogs on the ongoing situation in Liberia.
2. The Liberian American Community Organization of Southern California is asking for supplies that are greatly needed in Liberia right now. They are working on putting together a delivery now, so if you or anyone you know are able to donate or purchase any of these items, please let us, at FFW, know.


Thank you for all your support, thoughts and prayers for Liberia during this very difficult time. We appreciate all that you do.   
Keep checking our blog for updates and more Letters for Liberia.







Who We Are

The Foundation for Women is a 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the support of women in poverty.  FFW gives microfinance loans to help women start businesses, educate themselves and their children, and create a new life for themselves and their families.  FFW is currently operating microfinance programs in San Diego and in Liberia, Africa.

The Foundation has also created and funded microfinance programs in countries including India, Zambia, and Niger.

FFW is a registered and established NGO (non-governmental organization) in San Diego and Liberia.  The Foundation for Women’s microfinance programs have helped more than 300,000 women work their way out of poverty.


The Foundation for Women is committed to ending poverty through microfinance.


The Foundation for Women is making a difference in communities with compassion, integrity, commitment and joy.