Weekly Wrap-Up #1, First Week Amazingness!

WOAH you guys. Talk about an epic first week of October! We kicked it off with a crazy day where we doubled donations and managed to raise $12,000 in a single day! And on October 1st we had hundreds of peeps sharing the launch image below, which has raised over $500. Our friends at Stillmotion will be donating $1 for every share up to $1495, so if you haven't already -  click here to keep sharing and keep those dollars coming in! This week we also hit the epic milestone of reaching $200,000 raised, which is enough to educate over 660 girls (we're...

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Meet the woman behind one of the most controversial Do It In A Dress challenges EVER – and why she’s doing it AGAIN.

We're doing something a little different on the blog today, bringing you a guest post from One Girl Ambassador, Social Entreprenuer Boss Lady, and the original Bloody Warrior, Roz. She's going to talk about why she's (bloody) passionate about periods and why this month when she gets her period she'll be swapping her pads for rags, newspaper and sponges. You read that right. Yikes. Take it away, Roz! --- Hello. My name is Roz. I’m 29. I’m a girl. I went to primary school, high school and university. I got my first period when I was 15. I’ve started 4 uni degrees...

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Tara: Entrepreneur, Supermum… School girl?

Meet Tara, one of our amazing One Girl Ambassadors, and an absolute powerhouse Do It In A Dress champion. She lives in Nelson Bay with her three adorable kids, is starting up her own business, and (as you’ll be able to read in our interview) is so completely passionate about making a difference in the world. It’s infectious! Find out what’s inspired Tara to channel her inner schoolgirl and put on a school dress this October, and what she’s got planned for her campaign… *Hey Tara! What's inspired you to become a One Girl Ambassador?* I listened to Chantelle give talk at...

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