Your support and involvement are integral to our work for vulnerable families.

There are many ways you can join us in our work. Here are a few:

  1. Contact your Representatives to urge for policy reform.
  2. Sign up for E-mail News  – If you want to know what we are working on, our e-mail list is an easy way to stay in touch. Email us to have us add you to our list –   news@rebeccaprojectjustice.org
  3. Volunteer or Intern – If you would like to volunteer or intern, email your resume to volunteer@rebeccaprojectjustice.org
  4. Donate Money

Send checks to our Fiscal Sponsor (Charity Tax# 46-0965126):
United Africans for Women and Children Rights
C/O Grace Akallo, Executive Director
46 Edgeworth Street, Suite 316
Worcester, MA 01605

508-410-6952

DONATIONS

Send checks to our Fiscal Sponsor (Charity Tax# 46-0965126):

United Africans for Women and Children Rights
C/O Grace Akallo, Executive Director
46 Edgeworth Street, Suite 316
Worcester, MA 01605 Tel 508-410-6952

Your important contributions enable us to continue working for our vulnerable women and girls in Africa and the United States. 

We have to continue teaching African women and girls about the harm Long-Acting Contraceptives and Breast Cancer research published in the American Association for Cancer Research Journal in February 2012, revealed that Depo Provera increases breast cancer risk by 120 percent (2.2 fold) seehttp://rebeccaprojectjustice.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/cancer_depoprovera_doubles_breast_cancer_risk-5.pdf

This breast cancer research is now in the new 2015 FDA warning label as a result of Rebecca Project’s advocacysee FDA link below, page 4 – line 7, with citation on page 17 – line 1: http://rebeccaprojectjustice.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/020246s053lbl.pdf

PRIVACY AND SECURITY

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How does the Rebecca Project for Justice protect my privacy?

Rebecca Project for Justice protects the privacy of its donors, using two privacy policies to protect both donors and site users.

  1. A General Policy addresses privacy concerns for all site users. In part, it ensures that e-mail addresses or other personal information transmitted via our site will be used only in the way the user has specified – for instance, e-mail addresses used to sign up for e-newsletters will only be used for that purpose.
  2. The Donor Policy concerns donors who make donations on- and off-line. Our donors can be assured that their personal information is housed securely and will not be shared with other groups. If donors do not want their names listed on our Donor List, they may make that request at any time before or after they donate.

How Are My Donations Used?

Donations made to the Rebecca Project for Justice will be utilized to offer and develop the following:

  1. the educational, stabilizing, and healing curriculum of “Crossing the River” in low-income communities and prisons.
  2. The policy education, leadership, civic and advocacy training of “Sacred Authority” in low-income communities and prisons.
  3. Legal referrals for incarcerated mothers with custody and other family law issues.
  4. Developing a coalition of racial justice/human rights lawyers, advocates, service providers and parents who effectively articulate the grave condition of incarcerated addicted-mothers.

Donate by Mail

Send checks to Fiscal sponsor (Charity Tax # 46-0965126):
United Africans for Women and Children Rights
46 Edgeworth Street, Suite 316

Worcester, MA 01605

FUNDRAISING

Individuals and artists with questions or ideas about fundraising events please contact Elaine Riddick at
Elaine.Riddick@rebeccaprojectjustice.org and Tanjier.Belton@rebeccaprojectjustice.org