PJC's Partnership with Pauline Juliet
Pauline Juliet exists as a grassroots, community-led organization working towards sustainable change for women and girls in Kiboga and Kyankwanzi, Uganda. Pauline Juliet projects are imagined, created, and carried out in Uganda, by Ugandans, for Ugandans. As they work towards 100% sustainability in rural Uganda, Pauline Juliet (named after two of its initial beneficiaries) also relies on support from the global community, including the wonderful city of Pittsburgh (co-founder Lauren's hometown). Some of Pauline Juliet's biggest projects include sanitary pad distribution, sex & health education, scholarships, partnerships with local schools, and the women’s association, PJWEA (Pauline Juliet’s Women’s Empowerment Association)--made up of over 1,000 local women and 2,000 of their children.
Pauline Juliet believes in ethical global partnerships, which prioritize community-led development and collaboration. With these values in mind, The Pittsburgh Juice Company is thrilled to support the organization by contributing to their cause with proceeds from the sale of our Black Beauty Water. To learn more about Pauline Juliet projects, check them out on Instagram and Facebook or on their website. In addition, you can make a direct donation via Paypal.