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Glamour's Women of the Year Fund
Join Glamour in honoring this year's Women of the Year Fund honorees, The Bravest Girls in the World, with a gift to Glamour's The Girl Project, which supports global efforts to send girls everywhere to school.

50 Million Girls Around the World Aren't Getting a Secondary Education: Let's Change That With The Girl Project
Maybe you loved high school. Maybe you couldn't wait for graduation. Maybe it was a little bit of both. Regardless of your personal experience, the beautiful thing is, you had the right to go. Right now, 50 million girls between the ages of 12 and 18 around the world are being denied that right. These are girls who are forced to be child brides, who live in areas where it's taboo to educate girls, who walk to school in fear of being kidnapped, or who just can't afford school fees. Glamour is going to do something about this. And we need your help. With the help of our partners at CARE, Plan International USA, Girls Inc., and Communities in Schools, Glamour has started The Girl Project, an initiative that will send girls all over the world to school. Give at whatever level works for you. Or team up with friends, coworkers, sorority sisters, or your book club to give more and make an even bigger difference. Give today, and help a girl change the world.
Learn more and donate right here.
So What Is the Women of the Year Fund?
Glad you asked! Glamour's Women of the Year Fund initiative focuses the enthusiasm around the Women of the Year Awards to raise the visibility of a crucial issue impacting women's lives. By supporting the Women of the Year Fund initiative in past years, women like you have helped to provide counseling for former child soldiers and helped build a burn unit for victims of acid attacks. You've supported programs that work to end child marriage and helped keep girls in school through the Malala Fund. You've touched countless lives, and for that, we thank you.
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