Malala Fund is led by Malala Yousafzai and her father to advocate for education for boys and girls all over the world; gather the stories of children who help and are helping; and raise funds to support quality education.
School Girls Unite was started in Maryland by middle school girls who talked with young women from Mali about the unfair treatment of girls in many poor countries. Together these girls created an action guide called “Girls Gone Activist.” and an Activist Game Plan. They also lobbied to start an International Day of the Girl which is now celebrated every year on October 11.
Youth Activism Project provides opportunities for young people to learn the skills of effective activism. “There’s no minimum age for leadership.”
The United Nations Foundation’s Girl Up gives American girls the chance to become world leaders, beginning by creating their own girls clubs.
Girl Rising (is a film about nine extraordinary girls in Cambodia, Haiti, Nepal, Egypt, Ethiopia, India, Peru, Sierra Leone, and Afghanistan – each one battling many obstacles to go to school.
Ban Bossy A Girl Scout campaign encouraging girls to be leaders
Giving Square curriculum to advance the ideals of quality and civic responsibility through philanthropy, school activities and family field trips. Kids for Kids Bingo Game to engage kids in positive ways.