Steph Clarke

is doing it in a dress

Steph's Goal $440 $3,000 $3,000
1 girl educated!

I'm wearing a
school dress because

I'm doing it in a dress because 60 million girls being denied the right of an education and a future around the world, just because of their gender, is simply unacceptable. By educating 10 girls with my $3,000 target the benefits will filter through for generations and create a legacy of learning and social justice for those girls and their families.

When a girl is educated, she reinvests this back into her family, creating a legacy of education for generations of girls to come.

When a girl is educated, she is less at risk of being married off to a man 2-4 times older than her, meaning she's then less at risk of sexual abuse, dangerous underaged pregnancy and HIV.

When a girl is educated, she has fewer children - this is why educating girls has been shown to be the second most important action we can take against climate change.

When a girl is educated, it reduces the inequality that breeds extremism.

My Supporters

$300 from Suzan Morey
Such a wonderful cause x
$30 from Estephany Marillo
Great initiative. Go Steph!
$55 from David Cooley
$55 from Steph Clarke

Every donation makes a difference

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

Steph only needs $2560 more to reach their goal.




Our scholarships give a girl everything she needs for school.

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

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