EPN is Part of the Girl Effect Challenge on GlobalGiving
Eliminate Poverty Now's Pads for Peace project has been selected as part of the Girl Effect Challenge on GlobalGiving.org, which is going on right now, through the end of November. We think it's cool that we're featured, so we wanted to share with you. We feel like winners simply by being selected to be a part of this, since Girl Effect is such a great organization. Read on for more information.
What is the Girl Effect?
The Girl Effect. It's what happens when girls are given an opportunity to participate. It's about the unique and indisputable potential of adolescent girls to end poverty for themselves and the world. You see, when you improve a girl's life through education, health and opportunity, these changes have a positive ripple effect. An adolescent girls has the power to stop poverty before it starts, but she needs your help. She needs information, healthcare, and education. She needs laws to change, money in her pocket, and she needs her parents, her government, and the global community to see that she is valuable.
The secret behind the Girl Effect is that it's not one large campaign – it's a movement being led by amazing, ordinary people all over the world. It's about giving you the tools and the network you need to spread the word about what girls can do and, with a little elbow grease, change the world.
What is the Girl Effect GlobalGiving Challenge?
The 2012 Girl Effect GlobalGiving Challenge is an opportunity for girl-focused organizations and projects to connect with the Girl Effect movement and compete for an opportunity to win a one-year spot on the Girl Effect fundraising page here on GlobalGiving. Twelve winners will be chosen and we will provide them with increased visibility and financial support to succeed.
Vote with your dollars and donate to the organization(s) that you believe deserve a spot on the page. The six projects with the highest number of unique donors will be selected.
The challenge runs from November 1, 2012 through November 30, 2012, and at that time the winners will be selected.
To learn more about Girl Effect, we hope you'll enjoy this video as much as we did!