Partner With NSI

Our supporters contribute resources, time and energy to help to make the future brighter for thousands of women survivors of war. With your support, Nascent Solutions will continue to address the critical needs of women and children in less accessible regions and enable them to live self sustaining lives.

We welcome donations in cash and towards specific projects and seeks collaboration in several different ways including:

  • Partnerships
  • Volunteers
  • Child sponsorship
  • Donating through the children’s Wish list

There are many opportunities to make a difference in a child’s and/or woman’s life. You can sponsor a child through our feeding programs, education needs, or clothing, footwear, and medication (see beneficiary wish list). Provide tools and equipment or seed for a rural farming woman. Assist us purchase items in our children’s WISH LIST, contribute to the shipment of humanitarian aid. And Volunteer at headquarters, in the field, or Join in our mission trips to meet some of the beneficiaries of your generosity. Contact us at 703-333-5822 for more information on these opportunities.

Because Nascent Solutions recognizes that many heads and hands are a lot better than one we cultivate and nurture partnerships with organizations that share our vision. Our current partners are:

Counterpart International , Know the Truth International Ministries (KTT), The Kilum Strategic Development Group (KISDEG) The Catholic Diocese of Kumbo; The Women’s empowerment Institute of Cameroon (WEICAM), International Medical Equipment Collaborative (IMEC).

We have brought respite to the vulnerable thanks to the support we have received from the United States Agency for International Development, the US Department of Defense Funded Transportation program, Feed My Starving Children and the kindness of people of the Church of Nativity in Burke, St. Veronica Catholic Church in Chantilly, St. Luke’s Catholic Church in McLean and St. Thomas A Becket Catholic Church and the generosity of several individual patrons.