Fuel the Movement: Girl Rising

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A Call to Action. We know that educating girls is the smartest investment of our time. When girls are educated, communities thrive and economies grow. Yet 65 million girls are missing from classrooms worldwide, and tremendous opportunities are lost. Join the Girl Rising community and become a champion for girls’ education. Use your voice and talent to […]

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My Daughter, Malala

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 “Why is my daughter so strong?” Yousafzai asks. “Because I didn’t clip her wings.” Last week, Ted Talk participants were inspired by a moving talk given by Ziauddin Yousafzai’s, the father of the courageous Malala.  It’s no surprise that Malala has become a voice of change. Hearing her father speak, you quickly discover his determination and […]

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Of Hopscotch and Little Girls….

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donorworx Regional Manager, Lisa Peppard takes an in depth study at the harsh reality that many girls around the world face, in her academic review of the award winning documentary Of Hopscotch and Little Girls: Stolen Childhood (1999). An excerpt from her review: “Of Hopscotch and Little Girls: Stolen Childhood (1999) is a fifty-two minute award […]

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#Dreamshare for Blog Action Day

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 “The empowerment of girls holds the key to development and security for families, communities and societies worldwide.”  October 16, is Blog Action Day. Every year on Blog Action Day thousands of bloggers write about important causes to inspire action.  For Blog Action Day and #Dreamshare, donorworx CEO Sarah Shaw writes about a cause she learned during a […]

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Stop-Motion: First World Girl

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Our incredibly talented Training Coordinator at donorworx, Terri Fry, created this beautiful stop-motion video clip titled, “First World Girl.” [youtube=http://youtu.be/yIHU5CsZRoQ] I asked Terri what the inspiration behind creating this video was? Terri: “I wanted to make this video to highlight what my life sort of has been up to this point. We get so busy […]

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Giving a Girl a Chance

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I grew up in a small town where there was almost no multiculturalism, everyone knew everyone and very rarely did I see the under lying poverty in my own community. I suppose having this experience growing up, is what made me so captivated by the World Vision child sponsorship commercials that would play continuously during […]

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500 Facebook Likes = Send a Girl to School

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October is the month of the #GIRL! We need your help to spread the word and raise awareness for girls around the globe. If we get 500 “likes” on our “Send A Girl To School” Facebook post, donorworx will give the gift of education to a girl. Head to our donorworx Facebook page to support the […]

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