Women for Women International will be on the TODAY Show Friday, September 25th!

Women for Women International wants to invite you to tune into the TODAY Show Friday, September 25th during the 8:00am and 9:00am hours.

During the 8:00am hour, the Run for Congo Women New York volunteers will be talking about Run for Congo Women.

During the 9:00am hour, Zainab Salbi, Founder and CEO of Women for Women International, will be interviewed by Ann Curry.

We are so excited to be featured on the TODAY Show and we hope that you and your friends will have a chance to tune in!



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2 responses to “Women for Women International will be on the TODAY Show Friday, September 25th!

  1. I just saw you on the Today Show and was incredibly excited to see the issue on a morning show!!! Way to go! If you’re interested, I hope you’ll check out my photo essay: Why Congo Matters. http://www.vimeo.com/6284324

    I was in Eastern Congo about a month ago. Best, Emily

  2. Jan Rogers-Levy

    I just happened to have a day off from work during the brodcast on the Today show. It was a inspirational reminder that even during dificult economic times we in the US are so fortunate, and those who can possably afford to sponser or contribute in even a small way can make such an enormious difference to our sisters who deserve so much more. The effort to support women in their quest for independance will only help make stronger women, children, families and communities. Thank you for this opportunity for me to give back to other women of the world and a way for all of us to be more connected in a real and meaningful way.

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