Help us reach our goal!

Thank you so much to those who have sponsored us to run for the girls we support in Fiji! We had a goal of $1000 and 2 weeks out we only have $180 to go! A group of us will be donning our pretty branded caps and running (ok some walk/jogging) to raise money for this cause that we so believe in.

We are currently supporting 12 girls to go to school in Fiji. Girls who would otherwise have been married young or working in the local market or staying home to cook and clean and try and support their families. We are also supporting a number of their parents with income generating opportunities so they can start to rebuild their lives and become self sufficient.

You can still join the team if you would like to run with us, or you can help us reach $1000 and even exceed that!  Go to this link and follow the prompts…

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 Love you to join the journey,

Warmly,

Jane and the a Girl & her world team

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