Foxglove is an Australian charity supporting sustainable
women and girl projects in the developing world
Grassroots Rwanda Impact in 2017
It’s REPORT CARD time. We’re coming up to the end of financial year when we invite people to make a…Read More
Can you really make a difference?
Few of us have the courage or self-belief to think we can make a difference. But you can. You truly…Read More
Remembering the Women and Mothers Who Changed Our Lives
My mum was a tower of strength, love and support to me and my three siblings across our growing years….Read More
What I learned from a poverty simulation exercise
Thank God it’s over. Thank God it’s not real. And then I remember, it is real. For 3.6 billion of…Read More
How to change the world
Do you want to change the world? Really change the world? We’ve learned, like every one else on this planet…Read More
Getting the right people in the room
Foxglove has just built a new toilet and hand washing facility in a secondary school in rural Cambodia. There’s a…Read More
Children’s Homes: A complex question in the developing world
The role of children’s homes in the developing world is a complicated issue. And one that needs to be separated from ‘orphanage…Read More
The Sound Of Women Rising
We were hot and tired from a day of travel, but as we arrived, you could see women gathering. They…Read More
Why invest in women and girls?
‘If we are going to see real development in the world, then our best investment is women.’ Desmond Tutu As we…Read More
Three Lessons Learned in 2017
So our Foxglove team has been on leave for a few weeks. Taken holidays and gone fishing. It’s necessary in…Read More
Why do we do what we do at Foxglove?
We know reading thesis documents is not for everyone. But we do know it is important that projects we support…Read More
Stand Against Racism: Remembering Peter Norman
Peter’s Norman was the greatest 200m sprinter Australia has ever seen; and yet, that is not what he is most…Read More
COVID-19 Chennai Appeal Update
As Australia looks forward to plans that will reconnect people and kickstart our economy, countries like India continue to agonise about…Read More
COVID-19 Chennai Appeal
There is an urgent need to help very poor families survive COVID-19. Foxglove has established the Birds Nest India project…Read More
Progress on gender equality: International Women’s Day
International Women’s Day, provides a great opportunity to look at equality, more specifically gender equality, in the Developing World.
Equality is most simply explained as “the state of being equal, especially in status, rights, or opportunities”. Simple enough right? But it’s actually a lot more difficult to address.
Foxglove Film Fundraiser: Miss Fisher & the Crypt of Tears
Calling all Miss Fisher fans… join us on the opening weekend for the much-anticipated screening of Miss Fisher and the…Read More
What is women’s empowerment?
What does women’s empowerment really mean? If you want to address poverty, then your best investment is women. It’s true. They’ll…Read More
This Christmas, give a gift that will change a woman’s life forever.
This Christmas, if you’re looking for a meaningful gift that will change lives, then a Foxglove Gift Card is ideal….Read More
Meet a remarkable leader – John Kalenzi from AEE Rwanda
John Kalenzi is smart, driven AND compassionate. It’s an unusual combination in a world where many are consumed with personally getting ahead….Read More
Meet a remarkable leader – Mrs Gariyali
“I met Mrs Gariyali online. Yep, it was Facebook! But, the background story is amazing. I had been to Rwanda…Read More
Be part of something wonderful with the Foxglove Crew
Join us on Sat 26th October for the ‘Foxglove 2020 Sundowner’ at the South Perth Yacht Club. You will hear…Read More
Women’s Self Help Groups
More than 180,000 women in Rwanda have already joined an SHG and report amazing social, economic and human rights benefits... READ MORE
Birds Nest India
Slum Homes for Pavement Dwellers
Before the women can access vocational training, take out small loans and start businesses they are required by Government... READ MORE
Secondary School Sanitation Project
Poor sanitation in Cambodia is commonplace, up to 80% of people living in rural Cambodia have no access to toilets... READ MORE