Bri Flint

is doing it in a dress

Bri's goal$500 $420
1 girl educated!

I'm wearing a school dress because...

I'm doing it at a dress at my uniform-free school for a month because I am lucky enough to have never worried about whether or not I would be able to receive an education. This is a security I believe all girls should have; no matter where they are born. By participating in Do It In A Dress I can acknowledge the privilege I have been granted and raise awareness within my community.

My
Supporters

$5 from Jenny de Boer
$100 from Jeanette Flint
$100 from Brianna Flint
$15 from Anneli Norden Good on you for doing something great!!
$20 from Helen Joynt What a great aim Bri! Let's hope you easily surpass your goal.
$20 from Helen Joynt What a great aim Bri! Let's hope you surpass your goal.
$100 from Kylie Stacey
$30 from Carl Norden
$30 from Brianna Flint

Every donation makes a difference

Just $300 provides an education for one girl in Africa.

Bri only needs $80 more to reach their goal.

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FUNDS GO TO FOUR
GIRL FOCUSED PROJECTS

Scholarships

Our scholarships give a girl everything she needs for school.

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BUSINESS BRAINS

Equipping girls with business skills and life skills to start a business.

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School awesomisation

Making schools safe for girls (and boys), building new classrooms and toilets.

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LaunchPad

Lack of sanitary products can keep girls out of school. LaunchPad changes that, and empowers female entrepreneurs too.

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My Team:

GOAL$20,000 $23,131
ELTHAM HIGH SCHOOL
ELTHAM HIGH SCHOOL received $55 from Kat
ELTHAM HIGH SCHOOL
ELTHAM HIGH SCHOOL received $55 from Ella
ELTHAM HIGH SCHOOL
ELTHAM HIGH SCHOOL received $30 from Lynda
ELTHAM HIGH SCHOOL
ELTHAM HIGH SCHOOL received $100 from Tess and Michael

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