Creating young leaders
Our programs and Conferences are aimed at providing a space and supportive space to all our young pacific men and women. So they can create, explore and speak about issues they may be facing.
Brown Girl Woke provides the tools and our young leaders strive to create a difference in their communities here at home and across the globe.
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Our Scholarship programs allow our BGW Club members to further their tertiary studies in which their skills and knowledge go towards the development of our community in which they provide much help and support through different programs and events we hold for youth.
Gems of the South Pacific Xmas Concert 2020 Gems of the South Pacific are holding a very special Xmas concert this year, raising funds to go towards Brown Girl Woke Scholarship programs.Announcement: Support our Scholarship ProgramGems of South Pacific hosting...
Brown Girl Woke 2020 NZ Xmas Donation Drive We're gearing up for our annual xmas donation drive! We're accepting donations from New Zealand to ship items over to Samoa to provide to children, elderly and those vunerable families who don't always receive gifts for...
Samoan reality television star, Kalani Litia Faagata, has made a public appeal for donations to Samoa-based nonprofit organisation Brown Girl Woke
The brainchild of not-for-profit organisation, Brown Girl Woke [B.G.W.], young children currently admitted at the hospital will be presented with toys and basic baby necessities with a B.G.W. cast also singing selected songs for them.
ANZ Samoa donate to Brown Girl Woke to help support struggling families throughout Samoa
Brown Girl Woke joins forces with Apia International Christian Church to hand out much needed supplies to families finding it hard to make ends meet.
Despite being free from COVID-19, Samoa is feeling the impacts of the global pandemic. Brown Girl Woke has been out delivering groceries to families needing support
Calling All Poets/Singers/Rappers! We Want To Hear From You!
April is Sexual assault awareness month with 2020 theme “I Ask” it is a social change campaign created to raise awareness on Sexual assault. We want to hear the voices of our poets/singers/rappers on this matter, and so we have created a Poetry Slam Contest with prizes totaling $1,000.
April is sexual assault awareness month this year Brown Girl Woke partnered with Epic Ink for American Samoa Poetry Slam Daniel Koria summited and won all of our hearts
Thank you to Samoa’s busiest beauty salon, JSPA Samoa for donating 100 material mask to us today, which we could pay forward to our most vulnerable communities.
Doris Tulifau Speaks with Samoan Police Commissioner on Mass Prison Break and COVID-19 on TV3 Morning Show
With the Mass Prison break out occuring at 8:44pm Monday, 23th March a lot of people had questions about how the police are handling the situation and what they can do to be kept safe during this time.
We are honoured and humbled to be working along side the stunning and caring Miss Samoa / Miss Pacific Islands, Fonoifafo Nancy McFarland Seumanu to continue on the efforts of vaccinating the last remaining people in the community.
A contribution in any amount to the funding of BGW program will help to make this once in a lifetime opportunity a reality for underprivileged Samoan youth.