How will you help us on #GivingTuesday?

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It’s #GivingTuesday and the start of the Big Give #ChristmasChallenge! 

Help us on #GivingTuesday and have double the impact! 

If you help us today, your donation will have twice the impact! All donations, no matter how big or small, up to our target of £15,000, will be matched by our Big Give Champions, The Reed Foundation. This means now is the best time to donate if you support the work The Atlas Foundation does to help children thrive. 

Changing childrens in Eswatini 

Young girls and women in Eswatini face many challenges in their everyday lives due to the strong patriarchal culture that is prevalent in Eswatini.  Many girls don’t have access to resources for female health and hygiene, and sadly gender-based violence is common. SKRUM is on a mission to change this, working with schools across Eswatini to educate young girls and boys on gender equality and female rights.  With your help, SKRUM is changing lives of young girls in Eswatini, giving them a chance for a better future. 

How can you get involved? 

Together, we can give children in Eswatini a life free from the fear of HIV/AIDS.  If you are able to, please donate over the next week. Remember all donations, up to our target of £15,000, over the next week will be doubled! If you are able to help us with the Big Give #ChristmasChallenge, please let us know on social media!   

Unfortunately the Big Give Christmas Challenge 2023 has ended now. You can still support our projects across the world by donating, or get involved with one of our events!

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