The Nest Foundation empowers women to rebuild their lives for themselves and their children. Through education, mentorship, wellness and memorable experiences, The Nest Foundation provides a platform and network for women to embrace courage, step into higher confidence, and live a life of purpose with abundance, health, and joy.
The Nest Foundation partners with organizations who believe that together we are stronger and can make a difference in the lives of others.
PURPOSE: To transform the lives of women and children who have overcome adversity.
VISION: Inspire a world of reciprocity where women prosper and families thrive.
WHEN WOMEN SUCCEED, FAMILIES SUCCEED.
We are a grassroots charity and seek volunteers for our events, communications, marketing, finance, fundraising, graphics, website design, and more!
Do you have a skill and wish to volunteer?
Are you full of ideas on how we could improve? We love collaborating with other great-minded humans!
Mentorship Program with seasoned business leaders who have walked the path and believe in supporting you in your journey. This program is meant to educate, inspire and transform you into the highest version of yourself so you can show up for yourself and others in all facets of life.
This program helps enable moms and their kids experience a family vacation together. We know that experiences create memories, and that time spent together is precious to build a stronger bond, and build life skills that travel can provide. We help moms and their kids experience moments together that will last a lifetime.
Giving single moms with the opportunity to participate in leadership conferences, seminars, and workshops. The Nest Foundation partners with event organizers around the world to offer opportunities for women to be in the room. We believe that no seat should be empty!
While others focus on escaping the chaos, The Nest Foundation focuses on rebuilding lives. Giving hope, making memories, inspiring leaders and transforming lives for women and their children.
75% of the women who go through divorce by the age of 65 end up living in poverty.