Supporting women in need

Thanks to our donors and partners, WTG continues to provide free support services to women in need in our community. We encourage you to donate to our community program which invests in providing vital services and initiatives to address key social challenges.

With your support, WTG can continue putting smiles on the faces of women in our community.  Consider donating here:

Support Our Charity at Mississauga Marathon

We are happy to share Women That Give is an official Charity Partner for the Mississauga Marathon with amazing organizations and charity partners.

Support our charity,  help raise awareness and funds for our charity while participating in the races.  Register, walk and run on the race weekend is April 30th – May 1st. Your donation will support our community program that provides the necessary services and supports important initiatives to serve our communities and addresses social challenges, especially for women survivors and their families. 

Happy Running for Wellness and Health.

Go to our fundraising page here: Mississauga Marathon Fundraising Page
To make a donation, go here:  Donate

Supporting Women Survivors

Supporting Women Survivors and their Children

Thank you for the continued support of our generous partner African Aid International ,  WTG was able to deliver dental hygiene products (96 branded toothpastes) and hand sanitizers (60, 500ml bottles) to benefit women survivors and their children at Nisa Homes a VAW shelter for Muslim women.

Please join our call to action for partnership and funding. Connect with us at

Donate here: Link


Donations to Nisa Homes for Women Survivors

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MonsterArts for Youth program by monstrARTity

Are you a teacher looking for a fun way to educate your students on other cultures?

Visit  to learn about requesting a South Asian arts workshop for your class. (If you’re not a teacher, quick, tell your teacher friends!)

Started in 2013, the #MonsterArts for Youth program by monstrARTity helps teachers fill gaps in South Asian curriculum by providing school children of all backgrounds hands-on workshops in Bollywood and Bhangra dance, Hindi music, ghazal writing, mandala-making, filmmaking and more.

Supported by the Peel District School Board, Halton Catholic District School Board and York Region District School Board, workshops led by professional artists are available virtually to schools in BC and ON and in-person to schools in ON.


  1. Anti-Racism and Anti-Oppression: South Asian students will see themselves reflected in the curriculum, while creating safe and inclusive space for students of all backgrounds to engage in South Asian culture
  2. Mental Health: students express themselves, relieve stress and anxiety, and explore their experiences and emotions
  3. Social Studies: teachers can connect arts education with curriculum regarding traditions, material culture, identity within a multicultural society and human impact on the environment.   
  4. Arts Education: teachers get access to expert resources to expand the students’ exposure to classical and contemporary South Asian art forms

The program has reached over 23,000 students to date!