How will you change the world today?

How will you change the world today?

The end of the financial year is only a week away, so now is the time to help make an impact. 

We are still aiming to reach our goal of $10,000 to support families through emergencies – especially the challenges many are facing because of COVID-19 lockdowns and to get Girls back to school. 

Can you help? Every donation makes a big difference. 

This is what your donation will support: 

Emergency assistance: 

  • $288 provides emergency food for a month 
  • $25 provides transport for a month 
  • $56 provides emergency utilities (gas, electricity) for a month

$25 gets Girls back to school by: 

  • Purchasing uniforms and stationery from local suppliers
  • Creating travel passes with local bus companies
  • Supporting menstrual hygiene needs to keep girls able to go to school (e.g. Providing sanitary pads and period undies).

$100 per month gets Girls into Uni by providing: 

  • Living expenses
  • Accommodation set up 
  • Text books and stationery.

$500 provides small business training for families:

  • Training on bookkeeping 
  • Small business planning
  • Other business skills for using seed capital effectively and set up projects with confidence. 

Your assistance will help us continue our work, grow our reach and provide greater impact into the future. 

We appreciate our strong community and your ongoing support. 

Donate today. 

 

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