Quaker social reformer
During the First World War , she served as a Quaker Prison Chaplain and helped men who had a conscientious objection to war at their tribunal and in prison.
In 1919, she and other Friends travelled to defeated Germany and organised food distribution networks to defeat the famine.
In 1926, she returned to the United Kingdom and worked to relieve poverty and unemployment.
She gave the 1910 Swarthmore Lecture , entitled The Communion of Life to the Quakers' " London Yearly Meeting ".