This is what 31 days of the best year ever looks like!

Wow - what a year! In just two short months you incredible Do It In A Dressers have now raised a massive $840,000 - making 2017 our BIGGEST year ever. There’ve been some epic challenges, massive teams, unprecedented global media coverage, broken world records, and literally hundreds of hours of effort and creativity and laughs and tears (of joy of course). And what an outcome! Now the impact of all your work will begin as the lives of thousands of girls and their families and communities change forever - thanks to you! So take it all in and enjoy just 31of...

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She’s not waiting for tomorrow

There’s plenty of talk about young people being the leaders of tomorrow. But who wants to wait for tomorrow? Not Sarah! She might be just 13 years old, but she’s changing the world - right now! This year we had loads of super motivated school students joining our Ambassador program. Grateful for their own education, they couldn’t imagine a life without learning, school friends and the chance to develop their own potential. So when they discovered that so many girls around the world live without those opportunities, they signed up to do something about it. It’s a big commitment to become an...

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You’re never too young to change the world

Amazing doesn’t even begin to describe this girl. Phoebe is one of our youngest Ambassadors, but don’t let that fool you. She is already on her way to being a serious change-maker - creating the kind of world she wants to grow up in. Phoebe is about to finish school. She knows exactly what she wants to be - a human rights lawyer - and has decided her achievements as a One Girl Ambassador will be her legacy to her school years. Her primary school years that is. Because Phoebe is just 11 years old! Her journey started with the inspiring example...

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