Empower 40 Colombian Girls to go to school

by Women for Conservation
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Empower 40 Colombian Girls to go to school
Empower 40 Colombian Girls to go to school
Empower 40 Colombian Girls to go to school
Empower 40 Colombian Girls to go to school
Empower 40 Colombian Girls to go to school
Empower 40 Colombian Girls to go to school
Empower 40 Colombian Girls to go to school
Empower 40 Colombian Girls to go to school
Empower 40 Colombian Girls to go to school
Empower 40 Colombian Girls to go to school
Empower 40 Colombian Girls to go to school

Project Report | Feb 7, 2024
Your donation helped Colombian girls go to school!

By Emily Knudson | Director of Outreach and Philanthropy

Supporting Education for All Children
Supporting Education for All Children

In 2023, thanks to the generosity of GlobalGiving donors like you plus donations from our website, we achieved a significant milestone for our project: raising $3000, our first-year goal. This funding will provide scholarships to 20 girls in rural Colombian rainforest communities, enabling them to stay in school for an entire year. We are immensely grateful for your support, as it will make a tangible difference in the lives of these girls.

As we move forward, we will be dispersing these donations in the coming months, ensuring that each scholarship reaches girls who need it most. This initiative represents more than just financial assistance; it's a beacon of hope for these girls, combatting gender oppression and sowing the seeds for a brighter future.

Educating girls is not only a matter of personal empowerment but also has far-reaching environmental benefits. Studies show that educated girls are more likely to engage in sustainable practices, contributing to environmental resilience and community well-being. By investing in their education, we are nurturing future leaders who will champion conservation efforts in their communities and beyond.

While we celebrate reaching our 2023 goal, our work is far from over. We aim to raise $6000 in 2024 to sustain and expand this life-changing program. With your continued support, we can ensure that these girls stay in school until they finish high school and extend scholarships to 20 more girls in need. Together, we can make a lasting impact on the lives of these girls and their communities. Thank you for being a part of this journey with us.

Thank you for helping us make the world a better place for girls, and for everyone.

Sincerely,

The Women for Conservation Team

Supporting Girl's Education in the Amazon Region
Supporting Girl's Education in the Amazon Region
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Thanks 4 supporting girl's education in the Amazon
Educating girls: a top solution 4 saving wildlife!
Educating girls: a top solution 4 saving wildlife!

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Women for Conservation

Location: Warrenton, VA - USA
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Twitter: @WomenForConser1
Project Leader:
Sara Lara
Warrenton , VA United States
$70 raised of $6,000 goal
 
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