What Is Our Dream?
As an organisation, we have a very big dream. Our dream is so big it scares us to even think about it. Yet we dare to dream, we dare to step out and do something because we believe that our dreams can come true. We know we cannot do it alone and so we want to share it with you - maybe, just maybe you can help us make this dream come true.
Our dream is to impact the lives of vulnerable women around the world. We want to help EVERY VULNERABLE WOMAN get back on her feet again. We want to ensure every vulnerable woman has the opportunity to gain a sense of true value and identity, financial security and be empowered to live the good life they deserve. That is a big dream
What Is YOUR Dream?
If we could, we would do everything within our means to ensure that no woman has to let go of her dreams and passion because they lack confidence or because they can't afford to make them come true. What's your dream, we want to help you achieve it.
For every woman that we support to embrace the vision of the organisation and partner with us. That each woman would thrive and succeed and would be willing to help and support another woman achieve her dreams
We want to create a platform that gives every woman an opportunity to achieve their dreams and to unlock their hidden potential regardless of their financial or social background. We believe every woman deserves a chance to succeed
To equip vulnerable women with the support that they need to re-gain their confidence and self esteem. To enable them to start a small business or get life skills and education that can empower them to fulfil their dreams
Amanda Bedzrah - Founder
Amanda is married to Francois and has three wonderful kids. She is passionate about seeing women succeed. She believes any woman should have a chance in life to be who they want to be regardless of who they are of where they come from. Amanda's dream is to create a platform where women who are serious about making positive changes in their lives, have the opportunity to do so.
Her passion stems out of her own life experiences and she experienced serious financial hardship and had to struggle to make ends meet. She had to sell her personal belongings just to put food on the table. At that point in her life, she felt "Hopeless, Helpless and Imprisoned". She also experienced low self esteem, depression and anxiety. Encouraged by her family and friends, she started a small business and also did a professional certification in project management.
Through hardwork and dedication, she was able to start her own limited company and secure a number of short term contracts providing consultancy services to various NHS organisations. Today, she is focused on helping other women achieve their dreams. She is driven by her personal mission statement for change -
"Just because I can't do everything
Doesn't mean I won't do anything
Even if I can only do something
I REFUSE to do Nothing" Amanda Bedzrah
A Non Profit Organisation