empower her: A CAMPAIGN FOR 200
ONE CAMPAIGN: TWO COUNTRIES
EMPOWER 100 girls + their mothers
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For $100 you can purchase a brick with your friends or families name on it, for $75 you can contribute to Hero Girls, or for $50 you can buy a backpack and supplies.
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HOPE In Her Eyes is back!
Two local charities (H.O.P.E. Outreach + Her International) join forces once again to raise money for homeless + exploited women.
For $33 a month, you cover admission and exam fees, group tutoring, school uniforms, shoes and socks, school bags, school supplies, and personal hygiene products for one girl and her mother will automatically join a savings and life skills group that will support her in becoming self reliant.
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Her at a Glance:
Nepal: Her International focuses on ensuring that girls receive an education, that their mothers and all women from the community have access to skill-building opportunities, and that micro-financing groups are available to fund their hopes and dreams. Sustainably. Highlights?
We rescued 187 young girls from bonded labour.
We have provided a total of 2,261 annual scholarships.
We currently fund the education of 166 students and empower over 900 women through Savings + Life Skills groups.
Unako: Our social initiative, Unako, is a group of twelve rural, ethnically Tharu women who hand make our signature scarves, bags, and eco-chic jewellery which Her sells to help fund programs. This offers safe and fair wage employment to local women.
Canada: Her International identifies underserved causes / populations and then collaborates with other organizations to deliver projects that fill those gaps. We currently provide literacy groups for immigrant mothers and empowerment training for mentors of at-risk women.