March 8 is International Women's Day

Celebrating females globally to #DigitALL on #IWD2023

Are you looking for a meaningful career that helps others and makes a difference in the world?

79 percent of Buckner International's faith-based nonprofit employees are female. 

International Women's Day (IWD) was first celebrated in 1911 and exists to elevate women for equality purposes. Children, families, and seniors are served by the diverse females who have found impactful careers at Buckner International. We are mothers, daughters, grandmothers, granddaughters, wives, aunts, sisters, friends, and more. 

Join us in celebrating the essence and diversity of women around our world. We also send love and appreciation for our amazing international female leaders who serve vulnerable children and families through Buckner in their countries of Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Honduras, Kenya, Mexico, and Peru.

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