Trickle Up

Remembering Hope S. Miller

Celebrating the life of one of the Founding Mothers of Trickle Up & a global advocate for women’s rights, who passed away on September 13 at the age of 93.

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Humble Beginnings

With only a part-time receptionist and a determination to make a difference, Millie & Glen Leet set to work creating a nonprofit to confront extreme poverty.

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Laboring for Justice

Kavita Ramdas, Trickle Up’s Advisor in Residence, explains how advancing both women’s reproductive & economic rights and freedoms is key to ending poverty.

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A Successful 2017 Gala!

We’re excited to announce that Trickle Up’s 2017 Gala, held on April 17, raised over $800,000 for women and families living in extreme poverty.

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A Village Called Hunger

Remembering my question from the car, Udita asked what the name Bumri meant. “Hunger,” came the reply, “Starvation.”

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Too Great an Injustice

Alexice Tô-Camier, Trickle Up Senior Program Officer, discusses gender roles, women’s empowerment, and Trickle Up in Burkina Faso.

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