We provide regular updates.

We ensure that we will provide regular updates from the girls to you and are happy to facilitate calls whenever mutually convenient!

We're completely transparent!

Receipts from your payments will be emailed to you, ensuring that your payments have been processed and for the right purposes. You can also go to the Our Work page to see all our documents.

100% of the proceeds go to the project.

100% of the proceeds collected will go directly into the girl's education, you can click here to see the price breakdown. We are lucky to have a single donor that has committed to cover all operational costs of the charity.

Education can change everything

1. Wages Improve.

While it is obvious that additional higher education would increase wages, how significantly it increases wages is a complete surprise. Only one additional year of secondary education can improve wages by 25% !

2. More Independence.

Education enables a girl to have more opportunities, and thus, more say in her own future. She is able to choose almost anything that she wants to do, rather than having her skillset limit her.

3. A better future for her and her future family.

According to UNFPA, one in every 3 girls in developing countries is married before the age of 18. But when a girl in the developing world receives 7 years of education, she marries 4 years later and has 2.2 fewer children. Already, in India, In India, for example, the infant mortality rate of babies whose mothers have received primary education is half that of children whose mothers are illiterate.

4. Children No Longer need to Work.

According to official estimates, almost 17 million children in India work. And this is largely due to compulsion. The need to work to support their family is one of the top three reasons that children in India have to drop out of school. However, taking away the stresses of school fees, transportation, after school help, and partly, food enables the children to stop working and focus on their education. To have an opportunity to break the poverty cycle.