Passionate about girls’ education and the impact it has in developing countries? What’s the one thing you would want to tell girls around the world about education? Add your message on girls’ education and it could be featured on CNN.com!
What do Beyoncé, Jennifer Lopez, Ellie Goulding and Florence + the Machine all have in common? They’ll be at The Sound of Change Live concert, and you can be, too! Girl Up is thrilled to announce “The Sound of Change Sweepstakes”, your chance to win two tickets to The Sound of Change Live on June 1, 2013 at Twickenham Stadium in London.
Can you imagine leaving your home, community and family at only 12 years old? Girls on the Move: Adolescent Girls and Migration in the Developing World, the latest report in the Girls Count series, explores adolescent girls and internal migration. Released today, this is the first report to give an in-depth look at the opportunities and the challenges girls may face when they relocate in pursuit of greater opportunities.
Anything is possible when we come together and #Chime for Change! Chime for Change, founded by GUCCI, is a new global campaign to raise funds and awareness for girls' and women's empowerment.
Do you know someone who’s got what it takes to be a Girl Up Teen Advisor? Or maybe you are the girl for the job? May 1-31, you can nominate a girl to serve a year-long commitment beginning this September as an advisor for Girl Up.
This Thursday, April 25 is World Malaria Day and we want you to help girls stay healthy and protected from malaria. It’s easy for you to get involved to save a girl’s life.
Since arriving in Central America, Annie and Sofia have been introduced to so many girls who have shared incredible stories -- stories of strength, perseverance and empowerment.We think everyone should hear these stories, including you!
Want to develop the skills you need to drive change for girls everywhere? We’re excited to bring our second annual Girl Up Leadership Summit to Washington, D.C. from June 10-12, and you're invited!
On April 5, Girl Up is joining groups around the world in Momentum1000, a global digital rally to talk about the big challenges our world faces and some big solutions that have helped address them.
Did you know that on average, organizations benefitting women and girls raise currently raise less than half of what other nonprofits and charities raise? It’s time to do something about that!
Ready, set, go! The Global Mom Relay has officially kicked off! From now through March 21, Join us for the first leg of the relay and help unlock donations that will help us advocate for girls around the world.
9 girls. 9 countries. 9 stories. 9 dreams.10x10’s Girl Rising is a new feature film about the strength of the human spirit and the power of girls’ education.
Here at Girl Up, we know that YOU are the reason our campaign is a success. Let’s keep the momentum going! Tell us how to make the campaign even better.
February may be the shortest month of the year, but there’s no shortage on things you can do to get involved: running, filming, flashmobs (!!)—we’ve got it all!
2013 Nobel Peace Prize nominee. Runner-up for Time “Person of the Year.” At 15 years old, Malala Yousafzai has already inspired the world—but she’s just getting started.
What do YOU think are the most important issues the world should focus on? Speak up, because the United Nations is listening!
This year, do your part to celebrate the legacy of Dr. King and help in your community!
This week, we have an awesome opportunity for students who are U.S. citizens. The U.S. Department of State has announced a few scholarship programs to study abroad!
On International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, some incredible organizations teamed up to create the 16 Days of Action campaign to eliminate gender-based violence.
You’ve heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday…but have you heard of Giving Tuesday?
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, many of us are getting excited about the time spent enjoying a delicious meal with our loved ones. However, as you gear up for your celebrations, take a second to think about a reality that many people across the world face: hunger.
In 2004, just a year out of college, I did my first fundraising-while-participating-in-an-endurance event. It changed my life and had a direct connection to how I joined Girl Up.
Show the world the importance of literacy and education! Participate in the Reading Changed My Life Photo and Video Contest launched by our friends at The Global Partnership for Education.
Take a moment to learn about how Hurricane Sandy has affected our neighbors and see how you can help!