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Zambian children riding a bicycle to school.

Bicycles to Get to School

In Zambia, walking to school can take children up to 3 hours each way, putting them at risk for harassment, sexual abuse and exhaustion.

Bicycles provide a simple solution and can change a child's future.

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TEDTalk: The Power of Introverts

Do you feel more energized when you're by yourself? Learn About Introverts' Untapped Power »

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Here Are 79 Words You've Been Saying Wrong the Whole Time

YouTube superstar John Green understands that sometimes you might pronounce something incorrectly. However, though he may understand, he wants you to stop. That's why he took to mental_floss to clarify the pronunciation of seventy-nine words that all-too-often are said all-too-wrong.

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Thank the Teacher Who Changed Your Life!

It's time we recognize those teachers who have given of themselves to influence our lives and given us the tools to succeed beyond the classroom.

Sign the pledge in honor of that one teacher who helped you see a subject in a new light, who pushed you further than you thought you could ever go, who helped to change your life.

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Native American GED Students

Fund Native American GED Students

High unemployment and even higher dropout rates are plaguing Arizona's Tohono O'odham Native American community. The NAAF is working hard to combat this startling issue and empower children through their GED program, a crucial opportunity to break barriers and give the people of Gu’Vo District the tools to progress in the community.

Help give eager students the tools to earn a GED!

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Books for Cambodian Children
Give a Child Textbooks for an Entire Year
In Cambodia, poverty forces many children to enter the labor market as young as 12 years old. Without education, a life of poverty is imminent. Free classes offer these children a way out, but most families are too poor to provide the proper supplies. This Gift That Gives More™ provides a year's worth of books for a Cambodian child for only ten dollars.

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