It’s ALL personal for this superstar!

It takes a special person to set an audacious goal. It takes someone confident, bold, and pretty damn passionate. Especially when it’s a big, scary goal like raising $8000 which is enough to educate 26 girls. So when Stephanie Moore’s fundraising efforts came to our attention- we knew we had to find out who this person was. In just over a month she’s raised over $6000! The thing was - we didn’t know much about this superstar. She wasn’t one of our One Girl Ambassadors and her fundraising page didn’t shed much light either, apart from showing loads and loads of...

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Mission accomplished: walking across Ireland in a school dress!

She’s done it! One of our incredible One Girl Ambassadors, Lauren Crook, has just walked 230 kilometres in a week. Across Ireland. In a school dress! In a coast-to-coast trip from Dublin to Galway, Lauren covered the equivalent of five and half marathons. And she's smashed her fundraising target of $3000 and has now raised more than $4200 enough to educate 14 girls! AMAZING. Her latest update to the team was, "My feet & knees the size of balloons and I have 1 million blisters but it was totally worth it. Equality and education for all!! xx” Lauren you’re simply amazing!! We interviewed Lauren just before...

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Meet the team travelling from Sydney to Sierra Leone (sort of)

According to the Qantas website it takes one day and nine hours to fly from Sydney to Sierra Leone. But what if you decided to walk, run, swim and cycle the distance? Sound impossible? Not to Ellie Keft.... She’s one of our incredible One Girl Ambassadors - and that’s exactly what she forty of her incredible, fitness-loving buddies are doing. Between August and October the Sydney to Sierra Leone team will exercise their way across 16,000 kilometres, and while they’re doing it, will raise at least $6,000 - enough to educate 20 girls. Now that’s an epic vision! Every time team members head out to run,...

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