Invest in a Girl


In many places across the world, girls and women are marginalized. They don't have the opportunity to go to school as long as boys. They are expected to do a majority of the physical labor such as fetching water, planting and harvesting crops, and collecting fire wood. They are often the first to wake and the last to eat. Physical abuse is common. In rural communities, there are few role models to show that girls can be so much more than laborers.

For the Good works with communities to change this paradigm. Read about how we do it and the benefits of investing, specifically, in girls. When you choose to support a girl's education, you create a ripple that gives her a brighter future that continues to affect her family, her community, and ultimately our world.

Kate Lapides