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There are so many ways to make a difference, from simple things you can do by yourself to big things like starting your own chapter!

Simple But Powerful

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Show Your Support

Share how you support girls’ education by tagging us in a post and use #ed4all, #girlsed, #endchildmarriage, or make up a #hashtag of your own

Tweet at world leaders and ask them to make education for all a top priority


Check the Social Media chapter in The Activist Gameplan for more ideas.

More Work, More Impact

Print out the Equal Education for Girls Globally Petition and have your friends, classmates and family members sign it while explaining why girls’ education matters in the world

Tell people about the education crisis and harness your creative superpowers for the greater good. You could make art, write songs, film videos or anything else you can think of to express your creativity. Share it everywhere!

Write a letter to your U.S. Senators and U.S. Representative and challenge your friends to do the same

Plan a fundraiser where 100% of the proceeds will go towards the SGU Mali Girls Scholarship Program. Here are 3 quick ideas to get you started:

  1. Organize a community yard sale with your friends, neighbors, or school
  2. Hold a bake sale at a popular community spot or at school
  3. Sell tickets to a documentary screening at your school. Ask us how to get a copy of a film, like What Will Tomorrow Bring and Girl Rising 
  • Checks can be made payable to School Girls Unite, c/o Youth Activism Project, PO Box 422, Kensington MD 20895 USA.
  • Donate online to School Girls Unite via Network for Good.


Super Heroine Status

Be the ultimate Super Heroine and start your own School Girls Unite group!

Use The Activist Gameplan for easy first steps and helpful tips. When you register as an official group, you’ll receive a special School Girls Unite Starter Pack!

 I’m sure if I wasn’t part of School Girls Unite, I would have more time for other extra-curriculars. But I wouldn’t change this experience for the world – those things wouldn’t put girls in school or raise awareness about gender equality issues. And I wouldn’t have the leadership skills, social skills, and organizational skills that I have garnered from School Girls Unite.

– Alison Kahn, Chapter president

The more global activists in different parts of the country, the greater the impact.

We hope you will consider joining us!