Women's History Month

For Women's History Month, Let's Look to the Future

One of the most important investments we can make is ensuring that girls are able to stay in school, advocate for themselves and navigate life's most difficult decisions.

Invest in Girls' Education

March is Women's History Month

As we celebrate the incredible contributions women have made to the arts, sciences, and humanities, we cannot ignore the women and girls being left behind today.

Room to Read's innovative Girls' Education Program has helped over 50,000 girls succeed in school and beyond. With your help, we can support nearly 7,000 more girls in 2018 as we press for progress.

Your tax-deductable donation will help provide the mentoring, classes and material support to help a girl stay in school and navigate some of life's toughest decisions.

How You Can Help

 

  • $1 supports 1 day of girls' education
  • $25 provides a year of material support
  • $50 supports her to learn to read for a year
  • $75 provides a year of mentorship
  • $100 supports a year of life skills development

Give Monthly It costs just $25 a month to provide the mentoring, classes and material support to help a girl stay in school and navigate some of life's toughest decisions. Give Monthly
Give Once Help us say yes to more communities quickly. A one-time gift of $300 can provide a girl with a full year of support in Room to Read's girls' education program. Give Once
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Room to Read's Girls' Education Program


We provide girls with a mentor and life skills education throughout their secondary school experience, so they have a role model to support them and skills they need to complete secondary school and negotiate future life decisions.

Creators for Change on Girls' Education

Creators for Change on Girls' Education


Girls' Education, Vietnam

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How Life Skills Help This Girls' Education Grad in Daily Life

How Life Skills Help This Girls' Education Grad in Daily Life


Girls' Education, Cambodia

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A Courageous Student in Delhi Inspires Social Change

A Courageous Student in Delhi Inspires Social Change


Girls' Education, India

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Inside Michelle Obama & Julia Roberts' Emotional Day with Vietnamese Schoolgirls: 'I Will Never Recover'

Inside Michelle Obama & Julia Roberts' Emotional Day with Vietnamese Schoolgirls: 'I Will Never Recover'


Girls' Education, Vietnam

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What Happens When Girls Learn How to Save

What Happens When Girls Learn How to Save


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Girls' Education, Vietnam

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Meet Yashodha from Sri Lanka

Meet Yashodha from Sri Lanka


Girls' Education, Sri Lanka

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Campaign to bridge gender gap with literacy & life skills

Campaign to bridge gender gap with literacy & life skills


Girls' Education, India

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Inside the Life Skills Evaluation

Inside the Life Skills Evaluation


Girls' Education, India

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Meet Hawa: Girls' Education Program Graduate & Aspiring Policymaker

Meet Hawa: Girls' Education Program Graduate & Aspiring Policymaker


Girls' Education, Bangladesh

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Meet Sony from Siem Reap

Meet Sony from Siem Reap


Girls' Education, Cambodia

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Feminist Father in India Lights the Way for Gender Equality

Feminist Father in India Lights the Way for Gender Equality


Girls' Education, India

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These projects represent many of the programs, projects, resources and tools that compose Room to Read’s work every day throughout Asia and Africa. Your gift will be used where and when most needed, allowing us to deliver a comprehensive and holistic approach to education. Your gift, combined with those of other donors, is a powerful means to provide the skills and confidence young students need to escape poverty and build brighter futures for themselves, their families, and their communities.