BENEFITING: United Nations Foundation
Girls in the United States today are more educated, socially connected, and empowered than ever before. They have the potential to be strong, bright, and curious leaders, sports stars, prime ministers, actresses — you name it!
No matter where they live in the world, girls are smart, talented, and full of dreams. But too many girls growing up in developing countries aren't able to fulfill those dreams because their chances to go to school, stay healthy, and live free from violence are out of reach.
I’m working with Girl Up, a campaign of the United Nations Foundation which gives American girls (and boys!) the opportunity to channel their energy and compassion to raise awareness and funds for programs of the United Nations that help some of the world’s hardest-to-reach adolescent girls.
Through Girl Up’s support, girls have the opportunity to become educated, healthy, safe, counted, and positioned to be the next generation of leaders.
Join me—and give a "High Five" to girls in developing countries by donating $5 or more to provide girls with such basic needs as access to school supplies, clean water, life-saving health services, safety from violence, and more.
It’s that easy! Your donations can help buy school supplies in Ethiopia, provide funding for healthcare clinics in Malawi, build wells to provide access to clear drinking water in Liberia, and create the opportunity for job skills training in Guatemala.
The United Nations Foundation's Girl Up is a campaign for girls, by girls. Join me now and transform girls' lives.
To give a "High Five" and learn more, visit www.GirlUp.org