The Wishwall Foundation


The Wishwall Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization and social community. The Foundation is built on the  “pay it forward” philosophy. Its core principals are to give a voice to the voiceless and to help make meaningful wishes come true. The Wishwall Foundation is multi-faceted. It consists of The Wishwall Online and The Wishwall in Every City, where people can express their wishes and where the Foundation inspires them to help each other and grant those dreams that are more meaningful.

The Wishwall Foundation collaborates with other non-profit groups that promote social integration and the defense of human rights, as well as with companies who wish to sponsor worthy initiatives. The Wishwall Foundation seeks to be a global movement that inspires people and unites humanity through art, fashion, and goodwill.

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What if there was a way to make a huge impact on another woman’s life by doing something as simple as reorganizing your closet?
The old me would have had a closet full of clothing I haven’t worn in years, some often still with tags. Every season I would re-organize my closet and keep rotating these pieces in and out until it no longer made sense… or I simply could not fit anything else.
Pants that no longer fit- toss em
Jackets held for years with tags- ditch ’em
clothing that makes you cringe at what your style once was- let it go
Instead of tossing (and I’m quite sure many of you already do this) consider donating to a good cause. It’s often unspoken of but many of those large donation bins you find in parking lots don’t actually reach the needy. Many of these clothing bins are operated by for-profit and only give a small portion to charity or those in need. Some make their money by selling the clothes in bulk to recycling companies that ship them overseas, where they are re-used as apparel, made into rags, reprocessed as furniture padding or insulation materials. While that’s great for the planet, it may not be where you had imagined your blouse would end up.
What really resonates with me is any organization that supports mothers. As all mothers understand we would give the shirt off our back (literally) for our kids happiness. Single mothers, single working mothers, mothers escaping from abuse and trying to make a better life for her and for her children are all making sacrifices. Dress for success supports women in helping them feel confident in the way they look by providing women with clothing they can wear in the workplace. Not only do they provide clothing they also help women secure employment and further advance their careers. “Addressing women’s needs is central to improving the quality of life for not only her but also her family.”- Dress for success
It’s been my ultimate calling to help others and be able to one day use this platform to make a difference. The next time you go through your closet consider donating to @dressforsuccess
The Women that were beneficiaries of the Simonette Lein Empowerment fund shared their business journey thus far. It's amazing to hear the impact the Fund is creating in their lives already. The food drive was a success and all the women and family that represented are grateful to the Amabile Family for the food drive. When you feed a family, you give life back to such family. Thank you to thewishwall foundation for Empowering Women and girls in Africa.
“I wish I would not have anxiety anymore “
The Amabile Family Food Drive - powered by @thewishwallfoundation & @simonettalein - via @worldmeritng 

"18th of September, 2021 was a great day for 15 families with malnourished children. Through The Amabile Family Food Drive, they received food supplies that will conveniently sustain them for 1month and half. The families were overjoyed and happy. Feeding has been challenging for some of them and receiving the food packs given by the wishwall foundation was warming and a blessing to them. Thank you so much to the wishwall foundation for your continuous support in Africa and Nigeria."
This is Rosemary story after we made her WISH COME TRUE.

I am Rosemary Oluchi, I am on the project empower her, i want to thank you for the grant, I also want to thank you for the training, The training is so insightful especially on how to manage your business and how to get customers and also how to maintain your business, time management, consistency, taking care of your customers, I also want to thank the wish well foundation for the grant, I promise that the grant given to me to support my business, I will really make use of it, and I also encourage others for what they have done.

Thank you to @simonettalein @worldmeritng
#thewishwal #thewishwallfoundation
Renewed Hope( Project EmpowerHER)

Thank you so much to the wishwall Foundation. You gave me hope again. I just had a baby and have been thinking of what to do and how to go about my life. With the support gotten for Project EmpowerHER to kick start a SMEs, I now have a mini poultry and I believe this will help me earn some income to adequately feed my son's.

Thank you so much.
@simonettalein @worldmeritng 
My name is Mrs Maryanne Amedu, I'm happy to be here today, to be part of the beneficiaries of wishwall Foundation to empower women. I'm really impressed and I thank God for the opportunity. I'm a businesswoman, I sell snacks and I'm happy to be here. I really thank God because I've really learnt a lot on how to sustain my business and I pray that the good Lord will help us.

We’re here to help keep you stay balanced on your path as an entrepreneur. As we head into late summer, fall and updated mask mandates, you may be dehydrated. My wish is to help you recognize it.
Although hydration recommendations vary according to your height, weight, and age, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine suggest you strive for the equivalent of 125 ounces of water (around 15.6 8-ounce cups) per day. Are you?
And while proper hydration may not be high on your work/hustle to-do list, it ought to be — dehydration can cause a range of unexpected, productivity-sapping symptoms. Your body needs water to move oxygen to your organs and to synthesize the hormones and neurotransmitters.
Of course, everybody knows that thirst is a sign you need water, but most people are surprised to learn that once you reach the point where you feel thirsty, you’re already dehydrated.
Read on for 6 nutritionist signs and tips.
1. Fatigue
“You feel tired, sluggish, dizzy, or lightheaded, so you probably need to eat something or maybe lie down, right?” said Sarah Mirkin, author of “Fill Your Plate, Lose the Weight” and “The Beginner’s Guide to Low-FODMAP.” “Wrong. This is actually a common sign of dehydration.” Is fatigue making it hard to concentrate? “Even if you’re just moderately dehydrated, it can negatively affect your cognitive performance,” said Jackie Newgent, author of “The Clean & Simple Diabetes Cookbook.”
Believe it or not, your brain is 73% water, and dehydration can impair your attention span and short-term memory.
2. Hunger ... read at

More than 130 million girls did not go to school today – a number so big if it were its own country, it would be the 10th largest in the world. If we start counting these girls from one right now, we wouldn’t reach 130 million until 2023. This is a global crisis and the consequences are dire.
Out of school girls are more likely to become child brides, more vulnerable to diseases like HIV and more likely to die young. Conversely, educating girls and women is a particularly smart investment with far-reaching benefits. Girls who receive an education have better employment opportunities and their earning potential rises by almost 12% for every additional year of schooling. This helps both the individual as well as her family, community, and country — in fact, the impact of addressing the gender gap in education could yield over $112 billion a year to developing countries. if you equip people of any social or economic background with the resources they need, they will accomplish phenomenal things. That’s why digital skills come in.

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Celebrities Who Support The Wishwall Foundation


The Foundation’s Board Of Directors

Raphael Amabile, President
President of Ansonia Partners and Financial Advisor at Parsonex Securities Inc.

Simonetta Lein, Vice President
Founder, Social Media Influencer, Author,  Named Fashion Icon, Activist

Julia O’Connell, Secretary
Constituent Service Director
Office of Councilman-At-Large
William K. Greenlee

Kate Massih, Board Member
Graphic Designer & Art Director

Marco Circelli, Board Member
Executive Director, Italy-America Business Council & Network

Carlo D’Santus, Treasurer
Former Consul of Portugal

Matthew Libby Hawk, Board Member
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