I'm fundraising for girls' education
Did you know that 130 million girls worldwide are not given the opportunity to receive an education? Educating girls not only changes the lives of those girls, but also their families, communities and countries. Not only that, but getting more girls in school will have a positive impact on climate change! A win-win-win.
A young girl living in Sierra Leone is more likely to be married by the time she is 18 than she is to finish school. We are changing the world and want YOU to be apart of it
This year I'm proud to be a One Girl Ambassador! I'm supporting One Girl by raising awareness and raising funds for girls' education. Everyone deserves the right to an education!
Will you help me change the world one girl at a time?
Thank youA humongous thank you to Michelle Vellacott, Lou Beard and the two anonymous donors, who have donated within the last three days. You are helping the world become an equal place for all! Share
Great Big Thank You!
Jumping For Joy
GratefulI seriously can't believe my eyes. Thank you, thank you , thank you!!! To the anonymous donor: you alone have donated enough money for a girl to receive an entire years worth of education and some more added on top. I can't begin to thank you enough! Share
CHECKPOINT TIME!I woke up this morning and my page was at a WHOPPING $553. WE ARE OVER HALFWAY THERE!!!!!
A MASSIVE THANKS!!!
My AMAZING ParentsA massive thank you to my AMAZING parents. Thanks so much for donating $250. I am now over a quarter of a way to reaching the goal of $1000. Whoop! Whoop! This money will be going towards scholarships for girls. These scholarships include uniforms, textbooks, lunch money, sanitary items, hand sanitiser, face masks, study materials and extracurricular classes. Once again such a big thank you! Share
Thank you to my Sponsors
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Deb Weiley Mcnair
Karen Gae Mcinnarney
Bek, Adam And Jake
Graham & Lyndal
Katrina & Alan Kirk