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A Reason to Celebrate

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2 million girls in Malawi miss 3-4 days of school every month, leading to poor grades and setting them up for failure.
Tina decided to act. Read all about it »

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 »

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Give books to U.S. children in need.

Literacy is of primary importance in today's world. Yet in the United States, the majority of children from low-income families have no age-appropriate books in their homes or classrooms.

While children from middle-class U.S. families have engaged in an average of 1,000 to 1,700 hours of one-on-one reading time, children from low-income families have been exposed to an average of only 25 hours.

And while in middle-income neighborhoods the ratio of books per child is 13 to 1, in low-income neighborhoods the ratio is 1 age-appropriate book for every 300 children.*

* Statistics from First Book

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