Together we can give girls a chance.

"Let us all, like Longfellow, leave behind us footprints in the sands of time."
- Sarah Nicole Nadler

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45% of teen girls in Sierra Leone are illiterate.
Yet 73% of boys the same age can read and write. Gender inequality & poverty are the major barriers to our literacy project.

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The journey to end poverty for good begins with a child.

OUR TEAM

Our amazing team of regulars and part-time volunteers are committed to helping others. We take our convictions and turn them into action. Think you would be a good fit? Get in touch for more information!

OUR HISTORY

Founded by comedian & actor Thomas Foday, GBG fills the need for a non-governmental organisation to support girls in Sierra Leone with educational opportunities. Today, we serve an ever-widening community around the world, all thanks to the helping hands of our amazing global community!

OUR MISSION

To give girls a childhood and an education so they can lead the next generation with wisdom, strength and compassion.

PUT IN PERSPECTIVE:

Americans drop $40 billion dollars annually on lawn care. From leaf blowers to lawn mowers, U.S. consumers spend some serious cash on their landscapes.

Per Children.org, for $39 billion dollars, every child in the world could have access to an education. For the amount of money spent keeping it green, we could end child illiteracy around the world.

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