EMPOWERING GIRLS THROUGH MUSIC AND ARTS EDUCATION
“This has always been a man's world, and none of the reasons that have been offered in explanation have seemed adequate." Simone de Beauvoir
Happy International Women's Day! You've seen our posts throughout the month highlighting some of the amazing and strong women at our programs. Now they need your support! Please help us celebrate this special day by making a donation to Playing For Change Foundation here. Even a dollar, helps sustain our vital programs!
Please help us spread the word about the Playing for Change Foundation to all of your friends! Post on your favorite social media platform, and let’s get as many people as we can to give $1. Believe it or not, it will make a huge difference. Let’s get viral!!!
This #InternationalWomensDay, join me in supporting @PlayingForChangeFoundation, an organization that provides girls in challenging regions around the world with free education, and a safe space to express themselves creatively.
Donate #ADollar4ADream here today: https://playingforchange.org/a-dollar-for-a-dream/.
This #InternationalWomensDay #PressForProgress & support the @PFCFoundation as they create positive change through #music & #arts education for thousands of #women around the world. Donate $1 now and give the gift of music! http://bit.ly/2tjuXHj #ADollar4ADream #iPlayForChange
For #InternationalWomensDay, I'm helping women of character, #courage, and #commitment #inspire change in their communities by making a #donation to @ playingforchangefoundation. The money raised will go towards helping end #humantrafficking through its #MothersSociety program in rural #Nepal that teaches #women and girls how to avoid falling victim to traffickers' manipulation. Join me in donating $1 today at playingforchange.org.
On behalf of everyone at Playing For Change Foundation, thank you for everything you do to inspire and support the women around you.
Examples of women empowered as leaders in our programs
Programs with a special focus on women's empowerment
This collective of powerful women based in eastern Nepal utilize artistic expression to teach young girls about the perils they face from dark-hearted traffickers.
This music program is located in the Sahara Desert of Morocco. Since its opening last year, the program has achieved a 90% increase in female student attendance.
“Music is not part of our life; it is the heart of our lives”Samishka – Katari, Nepal
“What I learn at the music school helps me to understand better what I study at the public school”Nouhoum – Kirina, Mali
“I am grateful the Udayapur Music Program for giving me the opportunity to learn music.”Depak – Katari, Nepal
Meet the students | Seema | Kathmandu, Nepal
Meet the Students | Aïcha | Tamale, Ghana