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Support Women

Young girls in Malawi face tremendous adversity when it comes to personal autonomy. They're encouraged to stay in the home and have very few opportunities for education or personal development.

All women deserve the chance to accomplish their goals.

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Food for Thought

The Gu'Vo Youth Program is designed to combat high dropout rates among Native Americans and the prevalence of Type II Diabetes.

This after school program nourishes mind and body with reading, math, and art activities, fitness clinics, and nutritional meals prepared using The Mayo Clinic Kids' Cookbook.

Learn more about the program and donate »

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Help Keep Girls In School

Help Keep Girls in School

In developing countries, many adolescent girls (ages 12-18) stay home from school during their menstrual cycles. In rural Uganda, over 50% of girls over the age of 12 miss school every month.

You can help. Just $7.00 provides sanitary supplies to a schoolgirl for an entire year.

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