'Be A Rainbow In Someone's Cloud'

A self worth sisterhood that empowers women and future generations.

800

Women &

Children

Firstly, THANK YOU for considering us! 

 

No Rain, No Rainbows is a global sisterhood, sharing self worth programs to women and children affected by trauma, particularly abuse, empowering them with a tool-kit to navigate the storms of life and helping them to discover that their pot of gold lies within.

Through contributions, grants and sponsorship,  Katie Wyatt and her team delivers personal sessions, workshops and online training programs that help improve the lives of vulnerable women, children and animals.

 

No Rain, No Rainbows has been created ...

 

To hold women and children in a safe, supported and compassionate environment, to bring love to those who are disadvantaged, lonely or do not feel enough.  At No Rain, No Rainbows we stand up for the innocent, and we help women, children and animals alike remember that they matter. We open people’s hearts to the connections with nature. We open people’s minds to what is happening around us. And we inspire people to be an integral part of the solution. Through the stories and interactions with our animals and each other, we can raise future generations to have reverence for all life, protect our planet, and live good, healthy, happy lives.

Time for Change

We believe the key to improve our society is teaching social and emotional intelligence.  With love, guidance and support, women and children begin to realize they already possess the tools to live happier, more inspired lives. 

 

The programs help to build their confidence and self worth, they reconnect to themselves and others, provide a tool kit to manage the not so good days better and make calmer, healthier, more conscious choices that positively impact every area of their lives.

Why we do

In 2019 the World Health Organization statistics showed us that more women and children are experiencing Rape, Domestic Abuse, Self-Harming, Bullying, Addiction, Eating Disorders, Mental Abuse, Depression, Suicide and Anxiety.

  1. More than 1 in 3 women (35.6%) in the U.S. report having experienced rape, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime. (source)

  2. Nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the United States. During one year, this adds up to more than 10 million women and men. 

  3. 85% of domestic violence victims are female.

  4. Approximately 5 million children are exposed to domestic violence every year. Children exposed are more likely to attempt suicide, abuse drugs and alcohol, run away from home, engage in teenage prostitution, and commit sexual assault crimes.

The numbers may be staggering, but there are so many great organizations working to both end Domestic Violence and support its victims that we believe together we can make this change.

Our mission

 

No Rain, No Rainbows is a global sisterhood, sharing self worth programs to women and children affected by trauma, particularly abuse, empowering them with a tool-kit to navigate the storms of life and helping them to discover that their pot of gold lies within.

What we do...best

Women and children programs inspiring and sharing principles of self worth/love, happiness, grief and loss.

Animal assisted therapy giving hope and inspiration to women and children who have experienced trauma.

Online support to a global sisterhood of women through a private group, providing inspiration, resources and community. 

What impact are we having?

We have already exceeded our targets so far in supporting over 800 women and children in our first year,

developing increased self worth through our programs and one to one mentoring sessions.

Moving Forward

Launch of the 'University Of Self Worth'

Developing an on-line membership platform to expand and support our growing global community of women and teens with inspirational, informative and collaborative resources.

 

Rainbow Sisterhood Circles

Extending our reach by launching the Rainbow Sisterhood Circles across the Globe, offering open hearted discussion to ALL women and exploring ways to improve self worth through learning practices that improve the quality of daily life.

 

Amitola 

Centre for Healing & Retreats,

Amitola is a vision for a healing retreat centre located in Indiana.  

 

The unique and beautiful Retreat Centre with log cabin home, surrounded by individual cabins, eco domes and bespoke teepee’s nestled amongst the woodland, spacious landscape, lake and sweeping views all around create a unique setting in Indiana to attend inspiring programs and retreats.  A safe, inspiring wonderland for women and children to come and enjoy the nurturing and caring attention, enjoy nutritious food, welcoming staff, relax, reconnect with themselves, animals, and practice the self-love teachings.

 

Getting Involved

Why should you get involved?

 

Because our programs work.

They are changing lives.

Your support will help us to reach more vulnerable women and children when they need us most.

Get involved and transform lives.

 

Sponsor one or more of our programs and you enable No Rain, No Rainbows to reach those who ordinarily would not have access to such programs.

Praise.

Joanne

Lots of life changing ideas to put into place/practice.

Helping with my anxiety and depression and physical symptoms - slowly becoming more mobile.  The workshop for me was very enlightening. Thankyou for all your support.

Debbie

Even when challenges arrive, I feel a sense of calm rather than panic, and visualize a positive outcome.  No matter what your issues, situations, beliefs, concerns or fears, the workshops are run with love and passion and a energy which is infectious and inspirational.

Loria

A huge weight lifted off my shoulders. I felt it's time for me to come out of my shell and not allow others to dominate me my life. I am healing, I now have a peace about myself and I'm starting to think in a calm and positive way. This is a big step forwards for me.

USA phone +1 317 727 2326

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