It’s our ninth anniversary

This year marks the ninth anniversary of our small grass roots organisation and we’re so proud of what we have achieved in empowering girls, supporting education and helping families develop income generating projects

Each year we support up to 70 girls and 15 families. 

As many of you know, we are run by a small group of dedicated volunteers, and this year we have been able to draw together the (wo)man power to apply for tax deductibility status which will allow us to grow as an organisation and partner with more girls in the Pacific. So we’ll keep you updated on how we go! 

Your donations help make a genuine difference. If you would like to support us further donate now before the end of the financial year. 

This year has been particularly challenging for our families due to the effects of Covid-19 and Cyclone Harold. There are widespread economic concerns across the Pacific region with economies forecast to fall into recession and large scale unemployment. Key sectors such as tourism and infrastructure have shut down and all of this has affected the Girls we partner with. 

Every donation we receive makes a huge difference. Just $25 a month helps get girls back to school; and $100 a month supports girls going to university which includes moving away from their home village.

We have some ambitious goals for the year ahead and we value your support. There are still millions of Girls around the world who are not in school. We are committed, in our little corner of the earth, to changing this.

Donate now to support girls education – either as an ongoing monthly supporter, or with a one-off donation. 

With your support we will continue to partner with girls through sustainable development activities – education, income generation, health and wellbeing.  

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