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Are you passionate about the rights of women and girls? If so, you could help us to support projects which transform the lives of some of the most marginalised women and girls in the world. Challenge yourself to run a marathon, climb a mountain, hold a cake sale, or run an event. We can provide the opportunities and the support you need, just contact email@example.com to find out more. Or register your event and start fundraising! Click on the link below to go to our JustGiving page:
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By giving a gift through your will, you can help ensure the long term future of our work. We understand that pledging a gift is a personal choice. However, do get in touch, if you would like to let us know about your pledge, or gain some more information about legacy giving with Theatre for a Change.
£5 pays for a trained HIV Counsellor in Malawi to test a participant and support them with their result.
£25 pays for an interactive theatre performance in Malawi or Ghana, in which participants share their stories and change the attitudes of their communities.
£100 pays for a sexually exploited girl in Malawi to return to school and complete her education.
£500 pays for 6 facilitators and 20 female sex workers in Ghana to be trained to set up and run village saving and loans groups, increasing their economic independence.