Women on Web is an online service that helps women in countries where abortion is restricted or illegal. The website will refer patients less than 9 weeks pregnant to a doctor who can provide them with a medical abortion.

WoW is associated with Women on Waves, an organization that sails a ship to countries where abortion is illegal. Setting anchor in international waters, Women on Waves can provide legal medical abortions on their ship. Women on Waves has sailed to Ireland, Poland, Portugal, Spain, and Morocco.

Keep up with Women on Web on Facebook and Twitter.

I NEED YOUR HELP GUYS. I’m trying to help my best friend Cayden raise money for his ftm top surgery. Cayden has a lot of top dysphoria, He is uncomfortable with his body. Most of the time he hates looking at himself in the mirror unless he is wearing his binder. I know that hating his own body is hard for him. I know that living in the environment he’s living in, where he’s not being respected as a man, is stressful. I’m trying to do everything that I can to help make him feel secure. I want to be the rock that he can cling to. The one person who will never misgender him or give him feelings that will make him hate himself. I want him to know that he can always be himself around me, and not have to worry about the way that I see him. He has gone through so much, with college and everything. I hate hearing him constantly talk down about his appearance and how he hates his body. All I want is for him to be happy. And I want to do all that I can to help him feel comfortable in his body and with his appearance.
So please, absolutely anything will help.

Just because I know it would make him smile, I’m going to tag yelyahwilliams :)

Also, if you would reblog this, that would be greatly appreciated.

HERE’S THE LINK TO DONATE

http://gofundme.com/pt3p0g

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Things Abortion Funds Say

Abortion funds across the country have volunteers trying to help patients find the money they need to access a safe, legal abortion. Volunteers are given a set amount of money to distribute during each shift, and also help callers raise money themselves. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to volunteer for or call an abortion fund line, the National Network of Abortion Funds has put together a Storify.

These funds desperately need your help. Most don’t have the money to help all the people who call them. Please consider donating to NNAF or your nearest fund. Believe me when I say that $10 can make all the difference.

Im sorry :<

Doing art for any sum of money.

I hate doing this, again, but

My sister had a friend, who had a boyfriend who needed money. He had a credit card, but for whatever reason he could not withdraw from it. So my sister let him transfer the money to my paypal account (300.00 USD) so she could withdraw it from my paypal and give it right back to him. Everything worked and he got his money.

Later on, I check my paypal account only to see he filed a report or something against the account, claiming he paid for goods and never received them. So what does paypal do? Refunds him 300.00 back to his credit card, leaving my account looking like this

Now this is going to hit my credit if I don’t pay it soon :< He not only received 300.00 cash, but also stole 300.00 from my account.

I’d like to correct this but my last paycheck was 429.00 USD, 109 of it went to overdraft, and 240 USD helped with rent. With what I had left I paid off some to my sister and bought a cheap purse (and honestly, most of the money for that came from store credit to ross I only paid like 3 dollars).

So this is what I want to do to earn money toward my account. I want to do more art, since it is honestly the only thing I CAN do, and I would like to do it in this style:

The whole silhouette thing seems like a nice idea and I’d like to build a collection :D

Also, my bank account for Travelers Rest is negative 528 dollars. If i could earn some toward that through art that would be great. My skylight bank account is also 124.81 in overdraft, and my credit card payment of 25.00 is late as of 5:00 pm today. My 35.00 phone bill was not paid today and on top of that my new manager is being meager with hours, something like 27 hours a week on 7.50 an hour.

Do not give me money if you do not have it, or if you’re not at least 18 years old. 

I really hate doing this but I have no clue how to get myself back on my feet.

Thank you for anyone who took the time to read this. If you donate, give me your name via PM and I will start art immediately. This time no tablet problems, as this tablet is brand new.

a.alkazim@yahoo.com

[Update: Women’s Med takes down specific requests after 24 hours. However, Charlotte and other patients still need your donations to access the safe, legal abortions they desperately need. Find an abortion fund near you with the National Network of Abortion Funds.]

The Women’s Medical Fund of Pennsylvania needs help:

She has diabetes that is so difficult to control that she has lost her lower leg. Because of her serious health issues, she must receive her abortion care in a hospital with a cost exceeding $3,000.

Charlotte is in her late 30s. She is raising her young granddaughter on the $800 that she receives monthly from Social Security. Charlotte lives in New Jersey. She qualifies for Medicaid for her health care, including abortion. But there is no hospital in New Jersey where she can get abortion services. So she must come to Philadelphia and pay out-of-pocket.

The man with whom she was involved moved away and she is unable to reach him. In fact, to make calls, she has to wait for a few purchased minutes to load on her cell phone.

Despite her grinding poverty, Charlotte set aside $100 toward the procedure. But that leaves $3,010 more. For WMF to cover that amount, we would have to turn away more than 25 women with less costly procedures.

PLEASE REBLOG and click the link to donate to Charlotte. I am donating $20 right now, and if each of my followers donated $5, Charlotte would have more than enough. I’ve seen Tumblr do amazing things before, and I know we can do this too.

It is an audacious $4.8 billion project undertaken by one of the world’s poorest countries. At the construction site in the Benishangul region of Ethiopia near the Sudanese border, some 8,500 workers are labouring tirelessly every day to build the gigantic Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.

When completed in 2017, the dam will generate 6,000 megawatts of electricity for domestic consumption and export. On the surface, the 558 ft tall dam — Africa’s biggest hydropower project — belies Ethiopia’s financial muscle. The GDP per capita in Ethiopia is only $475. The late Prime Minister MelesZenawi, who laid the foundation stone in 2011, said the dam would be built without begging for money from donors.

Since then, construction has progressed steadily using money from local taxes, donations and government bonds. Ethiopians abroad and at home contributed the first $350 million, with government workers contributing amounts equivalent to a month of their salaries.

Semegnew Bekele, an Ethiopian construction engineer working on the dam, told The Guardian, a British newspaper: “Ordinary people are building an extraordinary project.”

Development experts now showcase the dam as proof of an innovative approach to project financing. “Approximately $450 million has been raised from Ethiopians to help build the dam and I think the target is probably a billion dollars,” says Zemedeneh Negatu, managing partner at Ernst & Young Ethiopia, a financial consulting firm.

Ethiopians, private companies and even other countries such as Djibouti are buying bonds. In addition, the Ethiopian Electric Power Corporation, a state-owned utility, is investing its own revenue and the money it is borrowing from state-owned banks. Economists warn that using private sector finance to pay for the dam could slow Ethiopia’s economic growth in the future. But the government counters that this will be offset by selling electricity to countries in East Africa, a region with improving economic growth.

Ethiopia’s recipe for financing the dam from bonds and taxes is being touted as a model for other African countries. This East African country uses a computerised system to track and collect taxes, making evasion difficult.

The government regularly carries out awareness campaigns to explain taxation and publicize what collected taxes are funding such as the dam.

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hey dear followers, I am a part of a virtual world called Onverse

this site/game is ran primarily by a man named Steve Pierce, a WONDERFUL man

“Steve Pierce, owner of Onverse, was in a horrific automobile accident on March 18, 2015 and is recovering at John C. Lincoln hospital.  He  suffered a head injury, ruptured spleen and broken pelvis.  Please join us in raising money to help cover medical expenses as well as support for his new wife, Amilyn Davidson Pierce and unborn Son.  Your support and prayers are greatly appreciated. “

earlier this afternoon, he passed away due to head injury. his wife is currently pregnant with their first child, and Onverse was Steve’s source of income. 

CLICK HERE FOR THE FUNDRAISER

we’ve currently raised 947/25k

please please PLEASE reblog and promote this, it’s something near and dear to my heart as I have been volunteering for this man’s website since 2012. he’s legit the nicest business owner ever and his family more than deserves this and it just breaks my heart

 Hi, My name is Eva, I’m 18 and I am autistic, as well as having depression and major anxiety disorders. This is my GoFundMe, please click “keep reading” to read the rest of my ramblings. 

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