Support Indo-Caribbean Women


The recent murders of Stacy Singh and Donna Rehanna Dojoy have been stark reminders of why Jahajee Sisters exists, and of all the work we have yet to do to achieve gender justice in our community. Emboldened, we are doubling down more than ever—and we have the gains to prove it. In 2019, we:


  • Held 24 educational sessions, reaching nearly 400 people;
  • Cultivated 30 new feminist leaders for gender justice;
  • Supported 30 people to heal from trauma and be in healthy relationships with themselves and others;
  • Reached over 7,000 people with our message of gender justice;
  • Gave $5,000 to survivors in immediate need;
  • Deepened relationships with our community partners and marched in the first social justice contingent at the Pagwah Parade; and
  • Secured new support from leading women’s funders, government officials, and our community;


We could not have done all of this without you. Yet, there is still so much more to do! Will you give today to ensure that we can sustain and grow our work for Indo-Caribbean women? Your contributions make all the difference.


Jahajee Sisters is a project of the Center for Transformative Action, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, which accepts all funds on our behalf.


For paper checks: Please make any written checks out to the Center for Transformative Action, with Jahajee Sisters in the memo line. Checks should be mailed to 119 Anabel Taylor Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853.

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