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Eljun - a child with prosthetic leg

Elujin was One

Elugin was just one year old when he lost his leg in a domestic violence incident. Now three, he lives with his grandparents. He was getting along, but they dreamed of more for him.

Then his grandmother reached out to make that dream a reality. Little Elugin experienced months of physical therapy and more.

His story is only beginning »

They Are Patriots, Too

Military life is full of uncertainty and upheaval, but these brave families endure it to protect & serve their country. Now we can help them. Help provide therapy for military children with autism.

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Help ensure Salu and her classmates stay in school!

For many girls around the world, the greatest barrier to completing school is that poverty forces girls to leave school to earn money for their family. Many girls, like Salu, are helping their parents to earn a basic income, while also caring for their younger siblings. During Girls' Voices, girls around the world learn to share their hopes and dreams for completing school and to share their greatest barrier to completing school. Our goal is that girls gain confidence, financial support, and the ability to navigate the challenges that may prevent them from completing school.

During the Girls' Voices workshop, Salu created a video about the realities of attending school while also helping her father in their tea shop. Her piece, No Time to Study, showcases the time deficit many girls around the world face while trying to attend school. Despite her difficulties, Salu is determined to complete school. She says, "No one can make you feel inferior if you are educated".

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