About us

Welcome to
WNR foundation.

What is WNR all about

The WNR foundation was founded in 2022 as the non-profit foundation of the WINE AND RUBS, to educate, advocate & support girls & Women health and sanitation. 

Since launch, together with some great partners, WNR foundation has inspired and incubated a number of wonderful collaborations – like The Elders, Red Month Movement, PCOS war – which have spurred much-needed change in the country. 

We continue to catalyse radical collaboration to challenge the unacceptable as we work for a world where all the planet and all people thrive. 

We are doing
the right thing,
at the right time

Like the world-changers who support our organization, we are focused on making a long-term impact by helping girls & women living in poverty. We have a bold vision: graduating healthy, educated, empowered females from our program.

key outcomes

What makes us diferent?


85% of our causes are funded from WINE ‘N’ RUBS CSR coffers. 20% of every booking or purchase goes directly to community work.

Data-driven approach

We track measurable progress with a research agency to prove we’re making a real impact.


Programs change by age and county to ensure that our women get healthy, educated, empowered assistance.


Meet our leadership team

Isabelle McKenzie

“I love the girls & women we serve and when love is the motivation, there is no things that can’t be achieved.”


I have found that among its other benefits, giving liberates the soul of the giver.”

Arthur K

“To be of benefit to all women who need the support of the greatest goal in my life.”

Paul K

It’s easier to take than to give. It’s nobler to give than to take. The thrill of taking lasts a day. The thrill of giving lasts a lifetime.”

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Sponsor our work

  • KSh510,850.00 Raised
    of KSh1,800,000.00
  • 26 Donors


Be the change for one cause:

Sanitary Towels

Let’s help our girls & women living in poverty get access to proper sanitary.

Polycystic Ovary Syndrom

Help a woman with PCOS today get access to approved supplements & birth control.

Breast cancer

Second only to skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer in African women.