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It’s a’s a’s a Skydiving Schoolgirl!

A couple of weeks ago a Perth teenager did something to take the Do It In A Dress campaign to new heights..literally. Sian and her team of Skydiving Schoolgirls jumped 14,000 ft out of a plane over Perth's CBD to send give girls access to education. Now THAT is what we call an epic challenge! Sian is a superstar One Girl Ambassador, and is a serious inspiration. At only 17 (yes, SEVENTEEN) years of age, she's kicking all kinds of goals and is a force to be reckoned with. We caught up with her to see what inspired her to become an Ambassador, and why...

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3 years on and the Surfers In A Dress are still making waves!

For the third year in a row, Greg Beazley and his unstoppable Surfers In A Dress team have totally blown us away by their event and commitment to the girls in Sierra Leone. Greg's been an amazing One Girl supporter from the start, and his annual Surfers event at Bondi Beach has grown into a thriving community of surfers, Bondi locals and businesses, and super talented creatives who come together to create an epic event. It's always a highlight of our Do It In A Dress action month - and this year was no exception. Though the surf didn't exactly cooperate on the...

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The LAST Weekly Wrap-Up for October!

Can you believe it?! There are only 4 more days in October. FOUR. MORE. DAYS. 4 days left to get your dress on before our action month comes to an end. Of course, you can keep rocking your dresses into November, December, and beyond! The best thing about Do It In A Dress is that it isn't just an event, or a campaign - it's a MOVEMENT. And movements keep growing and spreading as more passionate people like you take stand for the 66 million girls around the world who are denied an education because of their gender. But we want...

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Emily received $25 from Zara
PJ received $25 from dona
Jodi received $10 from aydan